The Era of the Electrified
Car has Arrived

Electric Vehicles have won numerous awards and received praise from various news media outlets.

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Locate Electric Vehicles Events,
and Ride and Drives, Near You!

There's no better way to learn about the performance & environmental advantages of electric vehicles than getting behind the wheel today!

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Leading the Charge
for a Better Tomorrow

Electric Vehicles can reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change and smog, improving air quality and public health.

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Save Money & Fuel:
Drive Electric

Electric vehicles can save you money, with much lower fuel costs on average than conventional gasoline vehicles. Calculate your savings.

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A Charge We Can Make

Electric vehicles (EVs) are quiet, fun, practical and offer outstanding performance. They are not just for the rich and famous. They are ideal for the common commuter. EVs can help keep your town and your world clean, producing fewer emissions that contribute to climate change and smog than conventional vehicles. Visit the event page for a ride and drive near you or request one at your workplace.

"Electric vehicles reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change and smog, improving public health and reducing ecological damage. Charging your EV on renewable energy such as solar or wind minimizes these emissions even more."
Lew Bartfield, CEO, American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest

Latest News & Blog

New Tool Helps Car Buyers Compare Electric-Drive and Traditional Vehicles

New Tool Helps Car Buyers Compare Electric-Drive and Traditional Vehicles

CHICAGO, Feb. 14, 2018 – Consumers seeking information about plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles can check out a new-vehicle purchase guidance tool created by Argonne National Laboratory. The tool was created as a part of an innovative clean-vehicle program recently launched in the Midwest.

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