The electric Tesla Model 3 sedan, shown at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne in March, goes on sale next year. California promises up to $2,500 to people who buy electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles. In recent years, the state has used cap-and-trade revenue to fund the rebate program. But in part because of legislative inaction, cap-and-trade faces an uncertain future, and rebates are on hold as a result.
The electric Tesla Model 3 sedan, shown at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne in March, goes on sale next year. California promises up to $2,500 to people who buy electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles. In recent years, the state has used cap-and-trade revenue to fund the rebate program. But in part because of legislative inaction, cap-and-trade faces an uncertain future, and rebates are on hold as a result. Justin Prichard The Associated Press
The electric Tesla Model 3 sedan, shown at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne in March, goes on sale next year. California promises up to $2,500 to people who buy electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles. In recent years, the state has used cap-and-trade revenue to fund the rebate program. But in part because of legislative inaction, cap-and-trade faces an uncertain future, and rebates are on hold as a result. Justin Prichard The Associated Press

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