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Attorney Alyse D. Terhune, continues to walk the walk on the environment by trading in her Toyota Prius for an even more environmentally friendly Chevy Volt. “I’ve always been a ‘car person’ but I’m also interested in protecting the environment in any way I can,” explained Alyse. “The Volt satisfied both sides of my personality: it reduced my carbon footprint and feels like a sports car.” Of course, the $7,500 federal income tax credit for the Volt is an added benefit. (For more information about the EV tax credits, visit the US Department of Energy’s FuelEconomy.gov.)

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Alyse plugs her car in at home and at the J&G office via a standard 120-volt outlet. It takes about 10 to 12 hours to charge the lithium-ion battery at approximately 16 cents per kilowatt hour in New York; the cost is lower at off-hours. The battery life is about 40 miles per charge. “You don’t have to have a charging station,” she says, “but I’m going to run a 220-volt line at home, which will reduce my charging time to about 3.5 to 4 hours.”

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