Yours truly we be in a webinar all about electric cars on Tax Day, Thursday 5 October, 2023
Interested in owning an electric vehicle but concerned about the cost?
The Fairfax County Office of Environmental and Energy Coordination (OEEC), in partnership with the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition and the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, DC, is presenting “Electrify Your Ride with Tax Incentives: A Carbon-Free Fairfax Webinar” on Thursday, October 5 at 6 p.m. Together, they will answer common questions about electric vehicles and how drivers can take advantage of federal tax credits and incentive programs.
Electric vehicles, or EVs, are better for the environment and less expensive to fuel and maintain than gas-powered vehicles. Rebate and incentive programs for the purchase of EVs – including federal tax credits of up to $7,500 – are reducing the cost and driving up demand.
The webinar will be hosted by Fairfax County Environmental Analyst Kate Daley and feature brief presentations and Q/A with Antoine Thompson and Jeffrey C. Jacobs.
On The Agenda
- Tax credits and rebates available through the Inflation Reduction Act and local utilities to help lower the costs.
- Tips for first-time EV buyers to help with a purchase or lease decision.
- Answers to common questions about EV ownership.
About the Speakers
Antoine Thompson, Executive Director of the Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition, a public private partnership that promotes the use of clean, American transportation fuels for homeland security, improved air quality, environment justice, diversity, and inclusion.
Jeffrey C. Jacobs, an EV owner living in Reston, VA and a board member of the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, DC, an organization of electric vehicle owners, educators and enthusiasts dedicated to promoting the use of EVs as an environmental and energy benefit to society.
The webinar will be livestreamed on Fairfax County’s YouTube channel as well as OEEC’s Facebook page. No registration required. It will also be immediately available on YouTube to watch the replay after the livestream. Be sure to tune in at 6 p.m. on October 5!
There’s also a sneak preview perhaps tonight at this month’s Ask an EV Owner.