Special Electric Vehicle Rebate for Sawnee EMC Members

Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation (Sawnee), in conjunction with Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, has an exciting new offer for Sawnee EMC members who may be interested in purchasing an electric vehicle. 

To support electric vehicle alternatives across the United States, Nissan is providing a unique incentive for Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, like Sawnee EMC, and their members.  Interested members who participate in the Nissan rebate, may also receive up to $7,500 in federal electric vehicle tax credits.  The rebates available for new vehicle purchases are:

$3,500 on a 2019 LEAF 40 kWh$2,500 on a 2019 LEAF ePlus 62 kWh$3,000 on a 2020 LEAF 40 kWh$2,000 on a 2020 ePlus 62 kWh

Sawnee EMC members may take advantage of rebates for both 2019 and 2020 Nissan Leaf models.  Full details, limitations and eligibility requirements can be found at www.sawnee.com/leaf.  The Nissan Leaf offer expires on March 31, 2020 and cannot be combined with any other Nissan or Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation incentive.  To take advantage of the offer, Sawnee EMC members simply need to present the printed flyer (available at www.sawnee.com/leaf) and a current Sawnee EMC electric bill at the time of purchase.

 

About Sawnee EMC

Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation is an electric distribution cooperative headquartered in Cumming, Georgia. Sawnee serves electricity to approximately 181,000 accounts in seven (7) counties of greater north Georgia. Sawnee’s assets exceed $720 million, with energy sales of 3.7 billion kWh and annual revenue of $355 million. With a team of approximately 340 dedicated professionals and over 11,373 miles of distribution line, Sawnee always stands ready to meet the needs of its members/owners. SEMC strives daily to live up to their motto…

“At Sawnee EMC, We’re More Than Electricity, We’re Service”.

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