In this case, the state credits you $100 per kilowatt-hour (kWh), up to $3,000. That means anything from a Ford Focus Electric (33.5 kWh) to a 2018 Nissan Leaf (40 kWh) would qualify for the full amount.
Maryland goes even further by offering a rebate of 40% off home charging equipment (up to $700).
Delaware, another Mid-Atlantic state looking to jumpstart EV sales, offers $3,500 for the purchase of an electric car with an MSRP of $60,000 or less. PHEVs in that price range qualify for $1,500 off, while models over $60,000 qualify for $1,000.
In June, Delaware News Journal reported the credits would be available through 2019, so there is time for state residents to take advantage. A full $11,000 off the cost of a new car is nothing to sneeze at.