PA4 – EV Infrastructure Planning2023-08-20T02:58:30+00:00

PA4 – EV Infrastructure Planning

Summer/Fall 2023 –> This page will continue to have community infrastructure planning stories added throughout the second half of 2023!

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2108, 2023

MARTA

August 21st, 2023|

Location: Atlanta, GAFleet Type: Public Transit   Narrative The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) system is the major transit authority in Atlanta. MARTA’s multimodal bus and rail model has grown and evolved since its inception in 1965 to now [...]

2108, 2023

Cobb EMC

August 21st, 2023|

Location: Cobb County, GAFleet Type: Utility Operations   Narrative Cobb Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) is one of the pioneers of electric vehicle (EV) use in the state. For Cobb EMC’s Operations fleet, they piloted the use of light electric trucks [...]

2108, 2023

City of Atlanta

August 21st, 2023|

Location: Atlanta, GAFleet Type: Municipal Fleet   Narrative The City of Atlanta is home to approximately 500,000 people and is the hub in the center of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area of 6.1 million people (2021), making it the eighth largest [...]

1808, 2023

Hertz

August 18th, 2023|

Location: Atlanta, GAFleet Type: Private   Narrative Hertz, a private rental vehicle company, and the City of Atlanta created a public-private partnership in 2023 with the goal of accelerating electric vehicle (EV) adoption. There are many co-benefits of this program, [...]

1808, 2023

Cobb County

August 18th, 2023|

Location: Cobb County, GAFleet Type: County Government Operations   Narrative For over two decades, Cobb County Fleet Management has been at the forefront of sustainable transportation in Georgia. Their commitment to reducing their carbon footprint and saving taxpayers' money has [...]

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Tennessee EVSE planning map

Upper CumberlandUC EV planning workshop covershot

The Upper Cumberland (UC) area of Tennessee is the northern middle part of the state and encompasses 14 mostly rural counties. In June 2022, Drive Electric TN worked with multiple partners – including host the UC Development District – to host a half-day “Upper Cumberland Area Community Charging Planning Workshop” in Cookeville, TN. Lots of great discussions took place that day about a more electrified future for the UC, but roughly half of the day was used to collect suggestions from the over 40 attendees for a) Level 2 locations, b) DCFC locations along I-40, and c) DCFC locations everywhere else in the UC. Click here or on the covershot at right to read the full report from this planning event.

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