Drive Clean with an EV
Helping you live greener and drive cleaner.
Transportation emissions are the nation’s second largest source of carbon dioxide, so making the switch to an electric vehicle (EV) means significantly reducing your carbon footprint.
We love supporting our customers’ sustainable lifestyles, and we can help you join the clean transportation landscape. Learn more about keeping your EV charged up for the adventures ahead.
Riding on Sunshine™
Your zero-emissions vehicle deserves to run on zero-emissions energy. With the Solar All Nighter for EVs plan, you get low-priced, 100% clean electricity at night, when your EV will be charging the most. Don’t own an EV, but still want to live green and drive clean? Our Solar with Green Mountain Driver plan is the right fit for those without an EV but still want to contribute to the clean-driving landscape.
Bring it all together with a rooftop solar system.
If you’ve been thinking about adding a rooftop solar system to your home, then switching to an EV might be the perfect reason to get started. Not to mention you’d save money on utility bills, boost your home’s value, make a difference for the planet and create a more sustainable home.
Pairing a level 2 charging station — the most convenient option for home charging — with a solar panel system is easy and seamless with Green Mountain. When our installation partners install your residential solar panel system sized to an EV, they can also install a level 2 charger at the same time. Plus, you’ll have access to an exclusive solar rebate* to help you save thousands on installation costs.
Get in touch with us to request a free solar assessment or discuss the benefits of rooftop solar.
EV tools and resources
Learn more about electric vehicles, chargers and charging stations, available rebates and more.
Take the stress out of choosing your perfect ride. Email (email@example.com) our EV buying expert for help finding a car that fits your lifestyle and needs — at NO cost to you.
Charging station infrastructure
Bookmark this interactive tool from PlugShare, which maps out all the EV charging stations across the country, helping you to navigate the clean transportation landscape.
State rebate eligibility
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has a Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program that offers rebates for EV drivers (for vehicles purchased on or after September 1, 2019).
Looking for more information to help you decide whether an electric vehicle is right for you? Check out these helpful articles:
- Make Your Next Ride Clean with an Electric Vehicle .
- Considering an EV? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know.
- Here’s What You Should Know about EV Chargers.
- Comparing Gas-Powered Cars to Electric Vehicles? Here’s What to Know.
- How Far Can I Go with an EV?
- 5 Common Myths About Electric Vehicles
*Green Mountain Energy rebate amount varies by project, system size, location and availability of additional rebates. The actual average rebate is $3,190 and ranges from $1,046 to $5,625 (based on projects funded in 2019). To qualify, complete a solar installation with a Green Mountain installation partner, sign up for a 24-month minimum term on the Renewable Rewards® Buyback Plan, and sign and submit a Green Mountain Solar Rebate Agreement, agreeing to provide feedback on the installation experience. If eligible, customer will receive the Green Mountain Solar rebate within 30 days of submitting a completed rebate request, including verification of completed solar installation. The Green Mountain Solar rebate is offered at the discretion of Green Mountain and may be stopped at any time.