Save THOUSANDS on the Net Cost of an Electric Mower by Taking Advantage of Rebates and Incentives!

  • State incentives can slash your net cost even more (and not only in California).
  • Municipalities and utilities offer additional incentives.
  • In most cases, incentives can be “stacked”.
  • Ask your Mean Green Dealer about incentives in your area!
Available tax credits subject to change. Consult your tax or legal professional for eligibility requirements.

State Laws & Incentives Resource

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State Laws & Incentives Resource

Learn more about all available incentives and laws by state. 

California Incentives

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San Joaquin Valley Incentive Program (Clean Green Yard Machines)

Up to $15,000 per mower, capped at $25K

Provides incentives to lawn care providers for the replacement of their existing gas- or diesel-powered landscape maintenance equipment with new electric landscape maintenance equipment.

Antelope Valley AQMD - Carl Moyer Program

Up to $25,000 per mower

The AVAQMD works in partnership with the local communities to achieve and preserve a healthful environment through effective air quality programs by promoting community and individual responsibility for air quality while supporting strong-economic growth throughout the region. The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District remains committed to enhancing its public outreach and encouraging community engagement in the District's Community Air Protection Program.

Butte County AQMD- Carl Moyer Program

Up to $15,000 per mower

The Carl Moyer Program was established in 1998 as a partnership between the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and local air districts. This grant program provides funding for replacing, repowering, or retrofitting eligible heavy-duty engines with cleaner-than-required technology.

Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD Fall 2022 Community Air Quality Grant

Up to 80% of the cost of the mower

The Sac Metro Air District has over $22 million in mobile source incentive funding to improve air quality and promote cleaner technology in Sacramento. Applicants are encouraged to develop their proposals now to ensure the best possible funding opportunities. The primary purpose of this funding is to promote the use of zero-emission equipment instead of diesel equipment in communities impacted by air pollution, with particular attention to disadvantaged communities. However, applications are accepted for other project categories.

Bay Area AQMD Carl Moyer Off - Road Equipment Program

Up to 90% of the cost of the mower

The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program or CMP) is a state-funded program offering grants to  owners of heavy-duty vehicles and equipment to reduce harmful air pollution from heavy-duty engines. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) is NOW ACCEPTING applications for off-road equipment and portable engine projects.

Eastern Kern APCD - Carl Moyer Program

Up to $15,000 per mower

The Carl Moyer Program (CMP) is a grant program that funds the incremental cost of cleaner-than-required heavy-duty diesel equipment that reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx), particulate matter (PM10), and volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions from diesel-fueled engines. CMP clean air projects involve a wide variety of vehicles and equipment. A detailed discussion of the types of projects funded over the years can be found in The Carl Moyer Program Status Report [ARB 2007].

SCAQMD Incentive Program

Up to $15,000 per mower or 85% Discount (whichever is less)

Improve air quality by exchanging older, polluting gasoline- or diesel-powered commercial lawn and garden equipment for new zero emission, battery electric commercial grade equipment for operation within the South Coast AQMD four county region. Special focus will be given to environmental justice (EJ)or disadvantaged communities.

Colorado Incentives


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Colorado Clean Diesel Program

Up to 25-45%
of the cost
of the mower

Program makes grants to businesses to offset the cost of replacing certain diesel equipment with all-electric or hybrid-electric equivalents.

Massachusetts
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Mass Save

$3,500 per unit 7 kWh and above

The Mass Save® commercial battery-powered lawn equipment rebate is available to Massachusetts commercial electric customers where the Mass Save programs are offered by Cape Light Compact, Eversource, National Grid, and Unitil.

Michigan
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Michigan Clean Diesel Program

Up to 60% of the cost of the mower

Competitive funding in the amount of $375,960 is available through the fiscal year (FY) 2023 Michigan Clean Diesel Program, for the implementation of projects that involve replacement of diesel vehicles, engines, equipment, and irrigation equipment with:
• Zero tailpipe emission vehicles, engines, or equipment.
• Hybrid or alternative fuel vehicles, engines, or equipment

New Mexico
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New Mexico Clean Diesel Program

Varies

New Mexico Environment Department provides grant funding through the New Mexico Clean Diesel Program, for projects that reduce harmful heavy-duty diesel emissions. This program is funded by EPA through DERA. NMED is soliciting proposals for DERA projects that effectively reduce these emissions from heavy-duty diesel-fueled vehicles and equipment.

Oregon
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Oregon Diesel Emission Mitigation Grant Program

Up to 25 - 100% of the cost of the mower

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is providing approximately $8 million in grant funding every year for five years, starting in 2021. Revenue for this program is provided by the Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund, subject to the settlement agreement between the United States and Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. In 2019, the Oregon Legislature authorized the creation of a grant program supporting businesses, governments and equipment owners in replacing older and more polluting diesel engines with new, cleaner technologies and exhaust control retrofits. These grants will be disbursed to awardees as a reimbursement of eligible project costs incurred during the project period.

Vermont Incentives

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Burlington Electric Department Incentive Program

$3,500

Burlington Electric Department is offering $3,500 for the purchase of a new commercial-grade lawn mower. Rebates are limited to specific models.

Vermont Electric Coop Incentive Program

$1,000

VEC offers a bill credit of $1,000 for qualifying commercial electric lawnmowers used by a lawn care business, state agency, or institution with a campus such as a hospital or a university (other end-users will be considered on a case-by-case basis). Some models automatically qualify for this incentive, other models will be considered on a case-by-case basis and must receive pre-approval from VEC.

Vermont Public Power Supply Authority

$1,200 for an electric lawn mower used for commercial purposes.

Rebates are available for commmercial lawn mowers to customers of the following utilities: Barton Village, Village of Enosburg Falls, Hardwick Electric Dept., Village of Johnson, Village of Jacksonville, Ludlow Electric Light Dept., Lyndonville Electric Dept., Morrisville Water & Light Dept., Northfield Electric Dept., Village of Orleans, or Swanton Village. Lawn mower must be charged in your electric utility's service territory. Lawn mower must be used for commercial purposes.

British Columbia Incentives

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The SUVI Program (Speciality-Use Vehicle Incentive Program)

$2,000
15.9 kWh and below
$5,000
16 kWh and above

The CleanBC Go Electric Program is intended to encourage and accelerate the adoption of zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) in British Columbia for both their environmental and economic benefits. Increased use of ZEVs such as electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will help shift spending on imported transportation fuels to locally made electricity and hydrogen and stimulate jobs and economic development in the local clean technology sector while reducing emissions.