EARN $1,000 CASH
AP&T is pleased to continue the Electric Vehicle (EV) incentive program for its electrical service customers and employees!
An AP&T electrical service customer (including employees) who purchases an EV for use in an AP&T service area will receive $1,000!
A Boosted AMP-UP Program!
AP&T is expanding its commitment to clean transportation and economic development in rural Alaska by broadening its “AMP-UP” electric vehicle incentive program to include community charging stations!
Local and tribal governments that install public charging stations for EVs are eligible to receive an incentive payment of up to $1,000.
A Meaningful Change.
AP&T – Committed to Serving Alaskan Communities
This Electric Vehicle “EV” Incentive Program responds to consumer interest in EVs, and builds off of AP&T’s success field testing an EV in its Prince of Wales service area as a permanent fixture of its fleet.
In AP&T’s southeast Alaska service areas – where 75% to 90% of energy is generated from renewable hydropower, utilization of electrical vehicles represents a meaningful way to significantly reduce fossil fuel costs and associated emissions and environment impacts, while hedging against the potential future fuel price increases.
An AP&T electrical service customer who purchases an EV for use in an AP&T service area will receive a $1,000 check from AP&T.
An AP&T employee who is also an AP&T electrical service customer who purchases an EV for use in an AP&T service area will receive a $1,000 check from AP&T.
An AP&T employee who originates a purchase of an EV by a non-employee customer of AP&T electrical service is eligible to receive a $500 referral bonus.
To sign up for incentives, please contact your local Alaska Power & Telephone Service Center.
Incentives will be paid on a first come, first served basis limited by AP&T’s internal budget. At the close of the program, AP&T will assess results and determine whether or not to extend additional incentives.
> Must be 100% EV. Does not apply to PHEVs or EREVs.
> Minimum battery size of 16 kWh.
> AP&T must receive documentation the vehicle is titled to one of its electrical customers.
> The incentive is paid to the person on the title.
> AP&T must verify the physical presence of the vehicle in its service area.
> Customers must bring the vehicle to an AP&T service center for in-person verification.
> Can apply to used vehicles.
> Only one incentive per VIN number.
> Recipients of incentives will be responsible for reporting and paying any income or other taxes which may be due.
> Incentive is paid based on the date the vehicle was registered to the owner.
> Does not apply retroactively to vehicles owned by AP&T customers prior to the beginning of the program. Only applies to purchases made during the effective dates of the program.
Growing AP&T’s EV Fleet