GreenPower’s EVs eligible for up to $375K in California HVIP funds
GreenPower's HVIP-eligible models include the electric school bus line BEAST (Type D), Class 8 transit bus line, and Class 4 EV Star product line.
LOS ANGELES — GreenPower Motor Company Inc. says its purpose-built buses and trucks are eligible for vouchers ranging from $60,000 to $375,000 per vehicle through the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP).
The program will open at 10 a.m. PT on Mar. 30 with $196,600,000 available in standard HVIP funds; $65,500,000 set aside for public transit; and $122,000,000 set aside for public schools in small and medium air districts, according to the company’s announcement.
GreenPower’s HVIP-eligible models include the electric school bus line BEAST (Type D), Class 8 transit bus line, and Class 4 EV Star product line, which consists of both cargo trucks and passenger vans.
“GreenPower’s delivery history through HVIP is outstanding, and we look forward to leveraging this year’s funding to put even more vehicles on the road,” said Michael Perez, director of contracts and grants at GreenPower in a statement.
“While lead times have proven to be a major obstacle for others in the program, GreenPower has distinguished itself from competitors by consistently delivering HVIP-funded vehicles in a timely fashion.”