National Drive  Electric  Week 

9.26.20 | ONLINE

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Like most things this year, things are a little different. Instead of our usual gathering of the largest showing of EVs in Texas, an exciting program with various speakers, panelists, and participants has been developed. Learn more about what to expect, who's participating, and how to register at the Drive Electric Week website!

Additional Events




Join Oncor for the Second Annual North Texas EV Road Rally for the Oncor Trophy! Electric Vehicles are fun to drive and have many benefits ranging from convenience to efficiency. Not to mention their positive impact on our environment. This year several communities across Texas are organizing an EV Road Rally near you. Confirmed participants include the City of Allen, Dallas, Irving, Jacksonville, and Southlake.


For the event, an EV driver and navigator will take part in a timed course that consists of visiting city way-points or landmarks along a route. You will need to bring your own EV. The team that comes closest to the run for record time at each location takes home the Oncor Trophy and a $250 cash prize! Learn more about the rally, including how to participate by clicking the button below.



Electric Vehicle Fleet Manager Roundtable

For National Drive Electric Week, DFWCC is hosting an open discussion-style meeting on October 1 from 10:30am - 12:00pm to give fleet managers interested in EVs an opportunity to learn from their peers who have already incorporated EVs into their fleets. Fleet managers with EV experience will answer your questions and share their experiences of light-duty EV deployment. If you are interested in participating and have not yet received an invitation, please let us know at

Using Clean Cities Tools to Implement

Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Infrastructure Goals

To prepare and accommodate for the growth of EVs, cities have begun including goals for electric vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Join DFWCC at this workshop to learn about resources, tools, recommended strategies, and funding opportunities to assist cities in implementing their EV/EVSE goals within your jurisdictional boundaries. The webinar will take place on October 1 from 2:30pm - 4:00 pm.

Register here!