Driving an EV cuts carbon, and can save you money. Just ask Harold!
Harold Eastman loves his electric vehicle so much, he’ll let anyone test drive his Chevy Bolt. He’s over 90, but not slowing down! You’ll find him zipping around Colchester, and he’s happy to tell you about how much he’s saving on gas and how he got a free home charger from GMP!
More than 3,600 electric vehicles (EVs) are registered in Vermont, and the number keeps growing as more Vermonters learn about how they can save you money, while you help to fight climate change.
For GMP customers, the cost to charge up is like paying less than $1.00 a gallon for gasoline! Plus, GMP rebates can save you up to $2,500, and that can be combined with manufacturer discounts and federal tax credits so you can save thousands more! EVs also have lower overall maintenance costs.
Switching to an EV is the biggest thing you can do to reduce your carbon footprint. Charging your EV at home cuts carbon, because GMP’s energy supply is to 90% carbon free, 60% renewable and getting greener all the time.
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Drive Electric Vermont is a great resource for all kinds of information about EVs.