Etransco is powered by an extraordinary team of professionals intent on advancing electric mobility and deploying electric vehicle (EV) charging points. Whether along alternative fuel corridors of the national highway system, fleet management or in residential communities, we work with partners to provide EV charging solutions that expand access and keep electric vehicles on the move.
We work with global and secondary market charge point operators (CPOs) to offer a range of EV charging solutions, including fleet management, community hubs, infrastructure consulting, commercial/multi-unit dwellings installations and facility management. Our goal is the deployment of an independent network of EV charging points, with a special focus on historically marginalized communities. Because underserved communities suffer disproportionately from vehicular pollution, we believe they should be early beneficiaries of health and cost-savings from EV deployment. What is more, and for electric mobility to fully bloom, every effort should be made to ensure that underserved communities don’t become EV “charging deserts”.
Federal, most state and many municipal authorities have procurement programs that promote equitable contracting outcomes. These programs offer bid enhancements for various categories of contractors – small businesses, companies owned by people of color, women, veterans, among others – all designed to promote supplier diversity. A partial list of programs for which Etransco has been qualified or that are pending includes:
INCENTIVES FOR EVs and EV CHARGING
The federal government and most states offer tax credits and other incentives that lower upfront costs for electric vehicles. The links below are offered solely for general informational purposes. We do not attest to the accuracy of any content contained in the links, and caution that readers should not rely on such limited information for any decision regarding the purchase or operation of any vehicle.
Federal Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles – A federal tax credit ranges between $2,500 and $7,500 depending on the capacity of the battery in the EV and other qualifying factors. This credit begins to phase out for a car manufacturer when it sells 200,000 qualified vehicles. For more general information, click: IRS Energysage Cars
Federal Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles – A federal tax credit ranges between $2,500 and $7,500 depending on the capacity of the battery in the EV and other qualifying factors. This credit begins to phase out for a car manufacturer when it sells 200,000 qualified vehicles. For more general information, click: NCSL