State Initiatives

The ZEV MOU states are taking a wide range of actions to support the deployment of electric vehicles. Here are some of the programs the states have undertaken.


Vermont Utility Support for Workplace Charging

Vermont’s largest electric utility, Green Mountain Power, has partnered with Texas-based NRG to launch eVgo, a partnership to construct and maintain a network of public and workplace EVSE throughout the state. EVgo is installing workplace charging stations at the...

Vermont ZEV Dealership Engagement

In 2014, the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation offered dealer trainings to dealerships around the state. In 2015, plans are to expand the program, training up to 10 auto dealers and 30+ salespeople through regional meetings and webinars.

Drive Electric Vermont Outreach Program

Drive Electric Vermont is launching a summer 2015 marketing campaign to promote excitement about EVs and address potential concerns of VT consumers such as driving range, winter performance, and cost. The Campaign will include media, public events and a social media...

Oregon West Coast Electric Highway

The West Coast Electric Highway is a collaboration between Oregon, California, and Washington, to build a network of DC Fast-Charging (DCFC) stations located every 25-50 miles from the U.S. border with Canada to the U.S. border with Mexico. This initiative promotes...

Oregon Support for Workplace Charging

Drive Oregon signed on 15 partners to the Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging challenge and secured foundation funding to continue their work on this effort. Drive Oregon will hold a workshop on Workplace Charging April 24th featuring Plug-in America, Hewlett...

Oregon Support for EVs in Fleets

The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Fleet Project allows qualified fleet projects to be eligible for a tax credit of up to 35 percent of certified cost of the fleet project. For this Opportunity Announcement there is approximately $3,000,000 in tax credits available for...

Oregon EVSE Rebate Program

Residents installing alternative fuel infrastructure equipment (EV charging stations) can qualify for a tax credit equivalent to 25% of the cost of a home EV charger (max $750). Business owners and others can potentially qualify for a tax credit of 35% the cost of a...

Oregon Electric Byways EV Tourism Initiative

The Oregon Electric Byways Initiative has conducted a range of outreach efforts to promote EV tourism in the state. Oregon partnered with Nissan at the Portland International Auto Show to conduct outreach for the West Coast Electric Highway at the show’s Clean Tech...

Oregon Dealership Engagement

The Energize Oregon Coalition is partnering with Coalition member Oregon Auto Dealers Association (OADA) to promote the “Clean Car Bill,” currently in Oregon legislature to create a Zero Emission Fund to issue EV rebates. The Oregon Electric Byways partnership with...
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