VPPSA member customers are eligible for a $100 rebate for an e-bike or retrofit kit. To qualify, the e-bike or retrofit kit must be purchased at a Vermont-based store.
What is an E-Bike?
E-bikes are bicycles with battery-powered motors that help assist with pedaling. The motor helps to boost the bike uphill with less effort. A retrofit kit can convert your regular bike to an e-bike by adding in the battery-operated motor.
Is an e-bike right for me?
You can find out with a free bike consultation offered by VBike.
Why does it have to be purchased in Vermont to qualify for the rebate?
Purchasing your e-bike or retrofit kit in Vermont ensures that your bike can be installed and serviced locally.
Am I eligible for the VPPSA e-bike and retrofit kit rebate?
Customers of VPPSA member utilities are eligible. VPPSA member utilities include:
- Barton Village, Inc.
- Village of Enosburg Falls Inc.
- Town of Hardwick Electric Department
- Village of Jacksonville
- Village of Johnson, Inc.
- Village of Ludlow Electric Light Department
- Village of Lyndonville Electric Department
- Village of Morrisville Water & Light Department
- Town of Northfield Electric Department
- Incorporated Village of Orleans
- Swanton Village, Inc.
Your municipal electric utility is offering this incentive to meet Vermont's Renewable Energy Standard, which supports utility programs that help customers reduce fossil fuel use from heating and transportation.