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Waitlist in effect for Standard Rebate Applications received on or after June 5, 2019


As of June 5, 2019, funding is only available for qualified lower-income applicants, as described here. All other applications for vehicles already purchased/leased will be processed and placed on a rebate waitlist. As of 06/27/2019, the Legislature approved $238 million in Cap-and-Trade auction proceeds for CVRP. However, we anticipate that it could take several months to receive the funding. Qualified applicants on the rebate waitlist will receive payment when the project receives more funding from the State of California. Additional updates will be provided here as they become known. Learn more.

The Rebate Now pilot for San Diego County will continue to process applications for qualified lower-income applicants, but Rebate Now applications for all other income levels will not be accepted during the CVRP waitlist.

Since 2010, CVRP has helped put over 300,000 clean vehicles on California roads.

Access CVRP data and tools that provide program transparency and market insight.

CVRP has exhausted general funding for standard rebate amounts, but increased rebate funding is still available for qualified lower-income applicants. Standard rebate applications for vehicles already purchased/leased are still being accepted, processed and placed on a rebate waitlist.

Learn more about the rebate waitlist in our FAQ, "What does the rebate waitlist mean to me?"

Available Rebate Funds