In other words you multiply savings’ purchasing power by 2. Then, if you buy a new electric powered auto or solar energy home you not only get a 75% reduction in its price with the double 50% discount, if you use savings to buy it you get an additional doubling of the purchasing power of your savings. Thus a $40k electric car is purchasable for $10k with the double discount and if you use $5000 of your savings you’ve paid off the total cost of the car and the note goes poof. Normal savings’ purchasing power doubles with the 50% discount/rebate at retail sale for any product or service, and at note signing for “big ticket” and/or green products, but savings’ purchasing power is not doubled on the residual note….unless you do so with a 2x purchasing power of savings policy.
It incentivizes savings and to that degree also tends to reduce overall general and non-green consumption.
So you’ve not only reduced