Zero Emission Vehicle Information and Input Meeting Recap
Thank you to everyone that attended the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) session at our Centralina Council of Governments (CCOG) office with our partners NC Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) and NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT). As part of four meetings across North Carolina, participants gained information on and provided feedback on Gov. Roy Cooper’s Executive Order 80. This EO80 instructs state agencies to promote clean energy and NCDOT, as part of this effort, will create a statewide plan to promote the use of clean transportation technologies for ZEV’s in NC.
Weren't able to make the meeting? Still interested in providing your feedback? Take a few minutes to participate in a survey here to provide electric vehicle feedback directly to NCDOT. Your input in this survey is vital as the N.C. Department of Transportation drafts a ZEV plan that seeks to meet the goals of Executive Order No. 80.
“This is your opportunity to weigh in,” said John Bonitz, Clean Transportation Specialist at NCCETC. “Tell us where the charging stations need to be, give us your practical experience or practical concerns.” “It’s important right now because there’s momentum in this conversation,” said Allison Carr, Transportation Specialist at NCCETC. “There’s support from the Governor, and there’s Volkswagen funding available that will contribute to funding designated for EVSE.”
In case you missed the sessions, NCCETC and NCDOT are hosting a free ZEV Information & Input Webinar on Tuesday, April 23, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. to cover the same information and answer your questions about the current development of a statewide plan to promote clean transportation technologies.
Register for the webinar here.
To learn more, or for questions, contact Carina Soriano at csoriano [at] centralina [dot] org.