Municipal utility customers can now apply online for incentives

Vermont utilities are making it easier for customers to get money back for reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

Waterbury Center, Vermont – Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA) announced today the launch of its new online rebate platform. Customers of Barton Electric, Village of Enosburg Falls, Hardwick Electric Department, Jacksonville Electric Company, Village of Johnson, Ludlow Electric Light Department, Lyndonville Electric Department, Morrisville Water & Light, Northfield Electric Department, Orleans Electric, and Swanton Village are eligible for VPPSA rebates. Customers can apply online for a variety of incentives that encourage fossil fuel use reduction by visiting

Transportation Incentives:

  • Electric vehicles: Up to $1,400
  • Electric vehicle chargers: $500 for chargers for workplace or public use; free charger plus $500 incentive for residential customers who qualify for PowerShift
  • Ebikes: $100
  • Electric golf carts: $50

Home and Yard Incentives:

  • Heat pump technology: At least $250 instant discount, offered in partnership with Efficiency Vermont
  • Electric lawn mowers: $50
  • Electric trimmers: $25
  • Electric chainsaws: $25
  • Electric leaf blowers: $25

Business Incentives:

  • Electric forklifts: $2,500
  • Commercial electric lawn mowers: $1,200
  • Custom projects: Incentive varies; contact VPPSA to learn more


VPPSA is still accepting rebate applications by mail and email.