Electric Vehicle Resources & Documents

DRIVE Electric USA participating states, PAC members and other partners have worked to create some excellent electric vehicle resources to facilitate EV adoption throughout the country.

The DRIVE Electric USA project developed the Local Chapter Development Guidance document to help participating states and other interested parties to understand the basics of building community chapters. It covers:

  • what is a chapter, and what should they do
  • how is a chapter different from an EV car club, or a local/regional stakeholder committee
  • why form a chapter
  • How to develop leaders and set chapters up for success
  • How to form a new chapter, and keep the chapter strong and growing

Click here to access a PDF version of the guidance.

Photo of front page of the Guide

The “Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan” came out in April 2020. Click here to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the Colorado EV Plan 2020: click to download pdf

The Florida EV Roadmap came out in December 2020, and is the first comprehensive investigation into the status and needs of EV charging infrastructure in Florida. The report includes a map with recommended sites for charging infrastructure, planning recommendations that address various topics such as permitting, emergency evacuation needs, and education. Click here to access a PDF version of the Roadmap.

Photo of front page of Florida EV Roadmap document: click to download pdf

Louisiana’s “A Roadmap for EVS in Louisiana” came out August 2021. Click here or below to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the Louisiana EV Roadmap: click to download pdf

North Carolina’s “ZEV Plan” came out in October 2019. Click here or below to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the North Carolina ZEV Plan: click to download pdf

Pennsylvania’s “EV Roadmap” came out in 2019. Click here to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the Pennsylvania EV Roadmap document: click to download pdf

Tennessee’s “A Roadmap for EVs in Tennessee” came out in January 2019. Click here or below to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the Drive Electric TN Roadmap: click to download pdf

Alabama released it’s Infrastructure Plan on January 2022. Click here or below to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the AL EV Infrastructure plan: click to download pdf

Ohio’s Electric Vehicle Charging Study came out in June 2020. Click here or below to access a PDF version.

Photo of front page of the Ohio EV Study: click to download pdf

From the EV Hub website – “Data on electric vehicle registrations is the single-most requested piece of data we get for the EV Hub. Good public policy on transportation electrification demands that we know where the vehicles are located and how that’s changing over time. With this in mind, we’re working with local stakeholders nationwide to identify a process to collect this information in a way the protects privacy and share it publicly.”

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