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Electric Vehicle Rebate Program

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The Nova Scotia eBike Rebate has been officially announced on February 24th, 2021. “Nova Scotia is a national leader in fighting climate change by reducing emissions,” said Chuck Porter, Minister of Energy and Mines. “Use of electric vehicles and bikes can build on our successes by reducing transportation emissions even further.”

The rebate program is now accepting applications for rebates on new and used electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and electric pedal assist bicycles (e-bikes). The Clean Foundation will administer the point-of-sale rebate program through auto dealers and bicycle retailers. The foundation has been delivering Nova Scotia’s Next Ride electric vehicle engagement and test drive campaign since 2019. Here are a couple facts:

  • a $500 rebate is available for e-bikes with a retail value of $1,200 and higher

  • the estimated cost of the program is $9.5 million


Rebate program information is available on the Clean Foundation’s electric vehicle information website:

Go Further. Go Faster. Go Easier. Go Anywhere. Go Electric


There’s an eBicycle™  for everything. Name a type of riding, and there’s an eBicycle™ for that. eBikes are available in fat, step-thru, foldable, cargo, commuter, recreational, hardtail, full-suspension mountain, and even performance road bike styles. All scooters and eBikes not in store can be ordered within 1-2 weeks. Check out our eBicycle™  catalogue here.

Make your daily commute or weekend adventures traffic-free, sweat-free, and struggle-free.


Which style are you? #Traditional #Foldable #Stepthru #Offroad #FatBike

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