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NC PEV Readiness Regional Plans


Community PEV Readiness Plans

Created in the Greater Asheville, Charlotte, Piedmont Triad and Triangle Regions.
Each community plan addressed PEV readiness by exploring key focus areas through a structured stakeholder involvement process. Throughout plan development, the NC PEV Taskforce served as an outlet to allow for the community and statewide planning efforts to share information at the quarterly Taskforce meetings.
Unique findings were identified in each of the communities. These unique findings are highlighted in the description of the plans below.

 

Greater Asheville Readiness Plan

Created through the Land-of-Sky Regional Council/Land-of-Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition

Unique Finding of Greater Asheville Plan
The greater Asheville area is one of the top tourist destinations in North Carolina, attracting people throughout the year. The Asheville PEV Readiness Plan explored ways they could integrate electric vehicles into their tourism economy.

Download the Greater Asheville PEV Readiness Plan
Contact/Questions—Brian Taylor, Land-of-Sky Regional Council

 

Greater Charlotte PEV Readiness Plan

Created through the Centralina Council of Governments/Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition

Unique Finding of Greater Charlotte Plan
Charlotte's growth over the last few decades is due in large part to the strength of its business community. The Charlotte PEV Readiness Plan looked at ways to harness existing involvement of the business community with PEVs to continue accelerating the growth.

Download the Greater Charlotte PEV Readiness Plan
Contact/Questions—Sean Flaherty, Centralina Council of Governments

 

Piedmont Triad PEV Readiness Plan

Created through the Piedmont Triad Regional Council and NC Solar Center/NC State University

Unique Finding of Piedmont Triad Plan
The Piedmont Triad, which includes the Cities of Winston-Salem, High Point and Greensboro, is a major transportation hub, with major interstate highways and multiple transportation manufacturers. They found their stakeholders are eager to become engaged in PEV readiness planning and will continue involvement moving forward.

Download the Piedmont Triad PEV Readiness Plan
Contact/Questions—Hanna Cockburn, Piedmont Triad Regional Council

 

Greater Triangle PEV Readiness Plan

Created by Advanced Energy and Triangle J Council of Governments

Unique Finding of Greater Triangle Plan
North Carolina's capital city of Raleigh is located in the Triangle causing many of the stakeholders to have a state-wide focus. Leaders in the Triangle PEV readiness efforts found they can apply the resources developed locally in the Triangle to entities across the state.

Download the Greater Triangle PEV Readiness Plan
Contact/Questions—Brennan Bouma, Triangle J Council of Governments