State With Dirtiest Power Grid Had Highest Electric-Car Incentive, But Now Only For Natural-Gas, LPG Cars (UPDATED)

UPDATE: West Virginia’s tax credit for Alternative-Fuel Vehicles remained in effect for several years, but in 2013, the state’s legislature redefined which types of vehicles were eligible for the credit. Electric cars purchased after April 14, 2013, no longer qualify for the credit, which is now restricted solely to vehicles fueled by natural gas and liquified petroleum gas.