Project & State Initiative Plans & 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.
Major State EV Roadmaps & Infrastructure Plans
North Carolina’s “ZEV Plan” came out in October 2019. Click here or below to access a PDF version.
State & Other Project Participant Documents & Links
Drive Electric Colorado’s “Featured Dealership Program”
Click here to access a PDF version of this presentation.
- 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.
“Generation180 is a non-profit working to inspire and equip individuals to take action on clean energy. Our Electrify Your Ride campaign is accelerating the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) by educating Americans about the benefits of EVs and breaking down barriers to make EVs more accessible for all.”
Click here for the EV Ambassador Resource Library
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.”
A sortable and searchable list of more than 100 MSRP values for EVs and PHEVs in 2021. Hosted on www.DriveElectricTN.org.