EV Freedom Bill Unshackled


Transportation Committee Vote Moves Bill to Full Chamber The Transportation Committee, by a vote of 26 to 10, moved SB 127 to the full chamber. There were several legislators who voted in favor of the … Read more

First Volkswagen ID.4 in CT

Marshall Breines Volkswagen ID.4

Club Member Marshall Breines Takes Delivery of First CT VW ID.4 With much of the club’s recent efforts to support the passage of SB 127, allowing for direct sales of EVs in CT, we don’t … Read more

EV Freedom Bill Press Conference

Lucid Air

Press Conference on March 22 for SB 127 The office of CT Senator Will Haskell is organizing a press conference for Monday, March 22. It will be held outdoors at the Westport Train Station (New … Read more

EVs by Make by City

Vehicle Make Within City Jan 2021 CT

Post by Barry Kresch Estimates of EV Fleet Composition by Make Within City This is something we haven’t published in a while. Not that we don’t find it interesting, but the DMV broke apart the … Read more

New Program Rules Adopted by CHEAPR Board


Higher Incentive Levels, Low MSRP Cap, New Income-Limited Incentives An updated set of rules was adopted by a 6-3 vote of the CHEAPR board that supersedes the last rule change made in October 2019. Here … Read more

BEV Registrations Up 28% in 2020

Share of EVs in CT by Make

Updated CT EV Registration Files Post by Barry Kresch 2020 was a difficult year to say the least with overall domestic automobile sales sliding 15% from 2019. Against that background, EV registrations in CT (a … Read more

EV Ownership Increases 18.2% In a Difficult Year

CT EV Registraton Trend 2017-2021

DMV Releases Updated EV Registration Data There are 13,800 EVs registered in CT as of January 1, 2021, according to data released by the Department of Motor Vehicles in its statutorily required semi-annual reporting. This … Read more

PURA Straw Proposal for Statewide EV Program

This is a copy of the statewide EV Program straw proposal that the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has released. Public comments are being accepted until Jan. 29. Sorry, but this is not downloadable from our … Read more