DFW Clean Cities is evaluating opportunities to expand and enhance activities related to electric vehicles (EVs) and is seeking feedback from stakeholders. Click on the button below to tell us what you would like to see by Friday, March 26! The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
Who Are We?
Electric Vehicles North Texas (EVNT) is the Electric Fuel Subcommittee of DFWCC. Comprised of stakeholders, including city staff, fleet managers/representatives, electric vehicle (EV) industry representatives, and passionate EV owners. EVNT strives to educate interested parties in electric vehicle technology. Want to be added to our email distribution list? Sign up for emails here!
What Do We Do?
EVNT provides resources, data, and networking opportunities in order to reduce barriers to EV adoption and EV supply equipment (EVSE) installation in the North Texas Region. We also plan the largest gathering of EVs in Texas at the DFW National Drive Electric Week celebration and make critical connections with others interested in supporting EVs.
EVNT DATA AND FACT SHEETS
Find Out How Many EVs Are In Your Jurisdiction Here
EV Basics Fact Sheet - Concisely answers the most common questions about EVs.
EV Economics Fact Sheet - Addresses some frequent questions about the economics of EV ownership and the impact of EVs on the local economy.
EVSE Gap Analysis - Map identifying existing EVSE locations, cities without EVSE, and highlighting land uses within those cities with potential for public EVSE installations. Higher resolution versions of this map can be generated for specific cities/areas on request!
The majority of charging takes place at home, overnight. However, being able to charge while working during the day (when the car is otherwise simply parked) significantly increases the viability of EV ownership by extending the usable range for after-work errands and other trips. Learn more about workplace charging, charging management and installation, and how to engage employees on the benefits of driving electric!
Alternative Fuels Data Center - The Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides information, data, and tools to help fleets and other transportation decision makers find ways to reduce petroleum consumption through the use of alternative and renewable fuels, advanced vehicles, and other fuel-saving measures. Here are some of the EV-related tools available through the site.
Plug-in America, in addition to being a non-profit, supporter-driven EV advocacy group, is also the national organizing body of National Drive Electric Week celebrated annually during September.
Past Meeting Agendas, Presentations, and Summaries:
EV Infrastructure Workshop | November 2nd