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Driving Electric from the Mountains to the Sea

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Plug-in NC has been working since 2011 to establish North Carolina as a leader in electric transportation. We are a statewide program that promotes electric driving through education and outreach, consulting and resource development. We provide a collaborative opportunity for stakeholders to work together to ensure a seamless integration of electric vehicles into our communities.

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Become A Member

Plug-in NC member organizations have demonstrated a commitment to supporting electric vehicles. They have installed charging stations, purchased electric fleet vehicles or completed electric vehicle education and outreach activities. Their support and efforts are helping to drive electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina.

Member Organization Perks

  • Get recognized on the Plug-in NC website
  • Get highlighted in the Plug-in NC newsletter and social media accounts
  • Receive invitations to member-only events
  • Connect with others who are supporting electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina

Featured Member Organization

Lake James State Park

Lake James State Park is a Plug-in NC member that offers a family-friendly trip for outdoor lovers in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Travelers from throughout the state and beyond can enjoy more than 150 miles of shoreline at the lake and a range of activities while charging up their electric vehicle (EV) for their next destination.
 

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Become An Ambassador

Plug-in NC ambassadors are passionate about electric vehicles. By volunteering at events and giving presentations, ambassadors help Plug-in NC promote electric driving across the state.

Ambassador Perks

  • Help with Plug-in NC events
  • Network with other electric vehicle enthusiasts
  • Get highlighted on the Plug-in NC website
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Featured Ambassador

Dave Erb

Dave has been promoting electric vehicles since 1991 and found Plug-in NC through his involvement with EV Challenge, Advanced Energy, Plug In America and the Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition. He is an automotive engineer who spent the majority of his career in academia, and he recently retired from UNC Asheville as a mechatronic engineering professor.