Why are rural, low-income residents subsidizing Teslas for Oregon’s urban elite?

Rachel Dawson  |  February 14, 2020

By Rachel Dawson, includes “Oregon state officials recently celebrated helping the state reach 25,000 registered electric vehicles (EVs) through local incentives and the Clean Vehicle Rebate Program. This celebration, however, is a punch in the gut to the state’s low-income and rural residents whose taxes fund the rebates and incentives used to purchase the EVs by predominantly wealthy and urban Oregon residents. …”

Read the full article on: Cascade Policy Institute (Oregon)

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