index Of First Row=200&sort Column=sort Order&value=&criteria=&results Per Page=25&is Descending=true The EVSE tax extension, as well as a two-wheel and three-wheel EV tax credit modification, were noted by the Director of Government Relations at the Edison Electric Institute: “…American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.
For an example of the 2012 tax form 8911 government publication in PDF format, titled “Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit”, go to this website link and click on the PDF instructions for form 8911 at: Instructions.html?The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 included legislation that favored electric vehicles and reinstated an Alternative Fuel Infrastructure federal tax credit for the purchase of electric vehicle supply equipment, that originally expired on December 31, 2011.The federal tax extension has been made retroactive from December 31, 2011, so anyone that has purchased and installed EVSE during 2012 for their home use can now claim a 30% deduction up to a maximum of ,000 when they file their 2012 tax return.Additionally, Section 104 changes the law to allow non-refundable credits including the 30C and 30D credits, to offset Alternative Minimum Tax liability. Chris Hickling Edison Electric Institute | Director, Government Relations p: (202) 508-5051 | c: (571) 283-9461 | [email protected]” Finally, here are some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property federal tax credit (Disclaimer: The FAQ below represents the best information NEVA has at the time. Question: If a property owner decides to install charging stations at multiple locations, are they eligible for multiple tax credits up to the K max for “each” commercial location (00 max for each residential location) or an aggregate total of k/K for “all” locations combined?
The tax credit is 30 percent of the cost of any “qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property” (electricity, ethanol, natural gas, CNG, LNG, LPG, hydrogen and fuel blends of at least 20% biodiesel) up to ,000 for property subject to an allowance for depreciation, and up to ,000 for residential fueling equipment.
Section 403 - Modifies the 30D electric vehicle credit to include the purchase of two-or-three wheeled plug-in electric vehicles.