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Subject: electric car charger credit Date: 11/9/2013 4:47 PM
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Could use a pointer to an official source on whether the electric-car charger credit is still in effect for 2013.

I see mentions on web discussion groups of a "30% of cost" credit - but haven't found a more official source on that.

I'm wondering if I can count the cost for the wiring upgrades that will be needed to do it (I'll need to run new wire from my meter to my breaker panel, and I also need a new breaker panel in order to handle the additional 40A 220V circuits)

And I wonder if the credit gets phased out with income or anything

Thanks to anyone who can point me to the right documentation.
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