Electric transportation can be both the figurative and literal vehicle to help further social justice and improve the lives and livelihoods of many in low-income and rural communities.
By leading the transition to electric cars, trucks, and buses, Georgia can spur economic growth, save money, and create jobs — all while reducing carbon emissions to benefit the climate.
Beyond money and jobs, electric cars and trucks are important for our health and the health of our children, who are especially affected by pollution.
I joined SACE as our Electric Transportation Equity Manager at the beginning of October, and I'm beyond excited to help accelerate the transition to equitable electric transportation in the Southeast!
Over the past year, the Florida Department of Transportation engaged electric vehicle (EV) stakeholders to develop Florida's EV Master Plan. The plan isn't perfect, but it is a critical step towards accelerating…
New "Southeast Electric Transportation Regional Initiative” Launches To Accelerate EV Market Expansion
SACE joins over 60 stakeholders collaborating to leverage transportation electrification opportunities in the Southeast.
National Drive Electric Week is September 25 through October 3, 2021. Join a local event to learn more or register to show off your electric ride!
Orlando City Council will require EV make-ready for new construction and major renovations. EV make-ready policies lower the cost to install future EVSE and increase likelihood of access to home charging.
The Southeast has secured significant electric vehicle (EV) investment over the past year, added additional jobs, increased EV sales and charger deployment, and ramped up utility engagement and state funding.
Bi-Directional Charging: Engaging with Leaders and the Community to Charge Forward with Smart EV Policy
One opportunity with electric transportation is bi-directional charging. This is very much what it sounds like: energy flows from a building to a vehicle. When prompted, that energy can flow back from…