PASADENA, Calif.—Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) is excited to announce a new e-bike rebate pilot program, which will launch July 1.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles defines e-bikes as “a bicycle fully equipped with fully operable pedals and an electric motor of less than 750 watts.” The new pilot rebates will apply to new Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 e-bikes with a limit of two per PWP residential electric service account. Scooters, mopeds, segways and e-bike conversion kits will not qualify.
The rebate amounts range from $500 to $1,000 for e-bikes purchased at retailers within the city of Pasadena:
- $500 for the purchase of a new qualifying e-b from a bike shop located in Pasadena
- $250 bonus for the purchase of a qualifying new e-cargo bike or adaptive e-bike from a bike shop located in Pasadena
- Additional $250 bonus available for customers enrolled in PWP’s income-qualified bill assistance program
Further details about the program, including how to apply, will be announced online at PWPweb.com in late June.
The pilot program joins a robust suite of PWP rebates focused on sustainable energy, electrification and helping customers save on their utility bill. More information on PWP rebates, including electric vehicle rebates and incentives for energy-efficient appliances, is available at PWPweb.com/SaveMoney.
About Pasadena Water and Power
PWP provides electricity to more than 65,000 customers within Pasadena. PWP delivers water to almost 38,000 households and businesses in Pasadena and adjacent communities in the San Gabriel Valley. As a community-owned utility, PWP is a not-for-profit public service owned and operated by the City of Pasadena for the benefit of its customers and the community. Its priorities are reliability, responsiveness to customers, reasonable rates and environmental stewardship.