Shining a Spotlight on Connecticut’s CHEAPR E-Bike Program

Connecticut Electric Bicycle Incentive Program

Our colleague Louanne Cooley, a Legal Research Fellow at the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) and faculty member of the Engineering for Human Rights Initiative, was recently interviewed by UConn Today about the exciting expansion of the Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR) program. The published article highlights the program’s inclusion of electric bicycles (e-bikes) as part of its sustainable transportation initiatives, providing incentives for state residents to adopt affordable and eco-friendly transportation options.

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We invite you to delve into the complete story and learn about the positive impact of e-bikes and their potential role in promoting sustainability and environmental justice and expanding transportation access for all.

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