EV Tax Credit Section 30C for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property

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EV Tax Credit Section 30C for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property

Did you install a ChargePoint EV charging stations in 2012 or have plans to install in 2013? We have some great news! The recent fiscal cliff deal that Congress passed included a broad set of tax extenders for all electric vehicle charging stations and installation.

Chargepoint EV Charger

Included in the Section 30C credit for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property is a 30 percent credit, capped at $30,000 for business/investment* use per site and $1,000 for personal use.
This means that any** ChargePoint business customer who installed EV charging stations in 2012 or who plans to install EV charging stations in 2013 may qualify for up to a $30,000 tax credit per location.

Please visit:
US CODE: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/30C

And download:
2011 IRS FORM: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8911.pdf

*This credit is not available to cities, schools, or other non-taxpayers.
**Please note: Team ChargePoint are not tax experts, please consult with your own tax attorney to determine eligibility.

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CFC Clean Fuel Connection is leading the charge in alternative fuels with strong support in the electric vehicle and compressed natural gas industries. We have been consulting, installing and distributing ev chargers since 1999 for cities, businesses and home owners. We are also a leader in CNG products, installation and consulting. We are the exclusive dealer of Galileo natural gas products in the United States. For more information on our services please visit the Clean Fuel Connection website.

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