- Alternative Fuels Data Center
- Electric Drive Transportation Association
- Sierra Club's Electric Vehicle Guide
- EV Myths Busted
- Electric Vehicle Transportation Center
- Workplace Charging: Getting Started
- Apartments and Condos: Getting Started
- PEV Incentives & Policy
- How an Electric Vehicle Works
- The Drive Electric Florida 2023 Policy Priorities Paper
Drive Clubs and Associations
Local Electric Vehicle (EV) drive clubs have developed in Florida, and are typically active, organized groups of EV owners and supporters with a passion for vehicle electrification and motivated by the desire to increase EV adoption in their communities. Through events, social media, and other tools, these networks can reach hundreds of their neighbors, educating and engaging these potential EV buyers. They can also educate local decision-makers about best practices and EV friendly policies that can support EV adoption by consumers, businesses and government.
Electric Vehicle Association: The Electric Vehicle Association (formerly the Electric Auto Association) is North America’s leading volunteer organization that accelerates the adoption of electric vehicles by supporting its 100 chapters and thousands of members as they educate their communities about the benefits of driving electric. Our chapters are the heartbeat of the Electric Vehicle Association. They play a vital role in demonstrating that there is an electric vehicle for every lifestyle by annually hosting hundreds of grassroots educational events and test drives. All members no matter their knowledge level are encouraged to attend or volunteer at our events.
Gold Coast EAA
Paradise Coast EAA
Sun Coast EAA
Tallahassee Area EVA
In addition, there are other EV clubs that support education and awareness about vehicle electrification.
Sustainable Tallahassee for EVs
Two Florida Clean Cities Coalitions have formed local EV Committees to support the efforts of Drive Electric Florida:
North Florida Clean Fuels
South Florida Regional Council Mobility and Clean Energy Council