Electric Black Futures

Electric Black Futures is a three-year, DOE-funded project developing in three Georgia cities – Atlanta, Savannah, and Albany – to generate and sustain pathways for Black communities to be actively engaged and empowered in building their ideal electric mobility future.

SACE will work in partnership with EVNoire (EVN), Clean Cities Georgia (CC-GA), and identified community-based partners to conduct future visioning labs and community assessments in shaping the e-mobility planning happening in these cities. Through the combination of community-based participatory research and the artistic activism of Afrofuturism, the vision of Electric Black Futures is to construct space for Black communities to imagine their ideal clean energy future and create opportunities to turn these future visions into actionable strategies and transformative change.

This project’s outcome prioritizes that Black communities in these three cities are actively connected and informed to create and establish equitable, accessible, electric mobility initiatives and that electric mobility investments from federal programs such as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) can deliver what communities need and desire.

If you’d like to be kept up to date with the Electric Black Futures project, you can sign up for our email list, and any questions can be directed to Madelyn Collins at info@electricblackfutures.org.

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