The North Carolina Plug-In Electric Vehicle Taskforce has been working since 2011 to establish North Carolina as a leader in electrified transportation. The Taskforce provides a collaborative opportunity for stakeholders to work together to ensure a seamless integration of plug-in electric vehicles into local communities.

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Find a Charging Station

Charging stations are being installed across North Carolina. Many of these charging stations are Level 2, which provides 10 to 20 electric miles of range per hour. There are also DC Fast Charge stations being installed, which charge a vehicle's battery to 80 percent capacity in 30 minutes or less.

North Carolina Electric Vehicle Data

Plug-in electric vehicle adoption continues to increase in the state, with plug-in electric vehicles registered in 92 percent of the counties. We are expecting these numbers to continue to grow as more plug-in electric vehicles become available in North Carolina.

Available Electric Vehicles

Most car manufactures off a plug-in electric vehicle option, and dealerships across the state are now selling these vehicles. Since plug-in electric vehicles were introduced in North Carolina in 2011, the number of vehicles sold has doubled each year.

North Carolina Efforts

Organizations are participating in educational events, community-wide conversations and research projects in order to increase the number of plug-in electric vehicles in North Carolina. State leaders have also enacted state statutes related to electric vehicles and charging stations.

Current Events

Food for Thought: Electric Vehicle Ready Homes

Raleigh, NC on April 28, 2016
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

State Energy Conference

Raleigh, NC on April 20 - 21, 2016

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