Right now, Nissan North America and OUC—the Reliable One are offering OUC customers and employees electric vehicle incentives that are good for your wallet and the environment.

Nissan currently offers a $3,5001 incentive on the purchase of an all-new, 100% electric, 2019 Nissan LEAF®. OUC customers who buy or lease a plug-in car like the LEAF are eligible for an additional $200 OUC rebate2. Top it off with the $7,500 Federal EV Tax Credit 3 for a net savings of $11,200!

    The Nissan LEAF features:
  • an EPA range up to 150 miles per charge
  • Lower operating costs – 80% less than gas
  • Built in the U.S.A.

Simply bring a copy of your current OUC electric bill, along with the fleet certification code, G55317, to your participating Nissan dealer to redeem this limited-time offer.

The $3,500 Nissan rebate, off MSRP, on a 2019 LEAF, Standard (40 kWh) , or a $2,500 Nissan rebate, off MSRP, on a 2019 LEAF ePlus (62 kWh), are available to current OUC employees and customers residing in Orlando, Florida. Must present flyer to a participating Nissan dealer along with proof of eligibility: (1) A copy of your current OUC Bill or proof of employment with OUC (2) a copy of both sides of this flyer. This incentive available on new purchases from dealer stock, it cannot be combined with any other Nissan or NMAC special incentives. See your local Nissan dealer for full details. Offer expires January 2, 2020.

2 Applicant must be an active electric OUC customer and must be the OUC account holder and/or authorized person on the OUC account. The rebate will be given as credit on customer’s OUC account and application must be submitted within six months of EV purchase date along with proof of purchase. Visit www.ouc.com/ev to learn more or to apply for the rebate.

3 The incentives referenced are for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute tax or legal advice. All persons considering use of available Tax Credits and additional perks should consult with their own tax or legal professional to determine eligibility, specific amount of incentives available, if any, and further details. The incentives and additional perks are not within Nissan’s control and are subject to change without notice. Interested parties should confirm the accuracy of the information before relying on it to make a purchase. Residency restrictions may apply.

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Electric Vehicles

Save Money and Go Green by Driving an Electric Vehicle

Whether you already own an electric vehicle or are considering buying one, OUC has resources to help you make a decision that's right for you

Recently Leased or Purchased an Electric Vehicle?

If you are considering purchasing or leasing an EV or recently added one to your garage, OUC has an incentive for you. We are offering a $200 rebate to customers who purchase or lease a plug-in electric vehicle.

To apply, download and complete the rebate application.

Download Application

Considering an Electric Vehicle?

There are two basic types of plug-in electric vehicles:

  • Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV)
    A Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle is similar to conventional hybrids, but it has a larger battery that can be plugged into an electric outlet. PHEVs are usually designed with an electric-only range of 10 to 40 miles, blended with a gasoline engine to achieve higher speeds and loads. After the electric-only range is exceeded, the vehicle continues to operate as a hybrid vehicle using a gasoline engine or generator.
  • All-Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV)
    A typical All-Battery Electric Vehicle is powered entirely by electricity from the utility grid. Battery Electric Vehicles currently have a range of 80 to 120 miles or more.

For more information on specific vehicle types, please click here.


  • Fuel/Cost Savings: Because EVs use electricity for all or part of their power, they are cheaper to run. With a pure battery EV, you can save up to 75 percent per year on fuel versus a gas-powered car.
  • Performance & Maintenance: Battery electric vehicles also benefit from not having a transmission or combustion engine, eliminating oil changes, fuel filters, emissions testing and other costly maintenance.
  • Better for the Environment: About one-third of the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions come from transportation — and 60 percent of that is from personal vehicle use. EVs significantly reduce carbon emissions.
  • Tax Rebate: The IRS allows a tax credit (of between $2,500 and $7,500) for qualified battery-electric vehicles, depending on the vehicle type.

    Before You Buy

    Before you purchase an EV, contact OUC. If you plan to install a Level 1, Level 2 or DC fast charger, it is especially important to contact OUC. We’ll ensure that your current electric service is capable of handling the additional energy demand of an EV charger. We can provide you with access to certified electrical contractors who can install the charging station for you and answer questions you might have regarding how EV charging may impact your electric bill.

    Stay Connected

    Be sure to visit www.goelectricdrive.org, a one-stop-shop for consumers looking to learn more about purchasing and operating an electric drive vehicle. Here you will find a model showroom and learn more about incentives and charging options. Also, if you have questions about EV and home chargers, please contact our Renewables Department via email: green@ouc.com.