The PEV Collaborative prioritizes tasks that will have the most impact toward achieving a strong PEV market in California. Below are some of the major projects and priorities of the PEV Collaborative to achieve that goal.
The market for plug-in electric vehicles is growing every month – and with it, the need for more places to charge. Being able to charge at work can be an important consideration. Workplace charging is catching on as employers see its value.
Charging at Multi-Unit Dwellings
Residents may be interested in purchasing PEVs and property managers may want to install charging stations to attract and retain tenants and foster a green, environmentally sustainable community. But apartments, duplexes and condominiums face unique considerations.
View the PEV Collaborative’s Community PEV Readiness Toolkit and related documents that highlight the actions a community can take to prepare for the plug-in electric vehicles that are arriving in communities across California.
Drive the Dream
Organized by the PEV Collaborative, DRIVE THE DREAM brought together California Gov. Jerry Brown and more than 40 Fortune 500 CEOs to announce corporate commitments to PEV workplace charging.
PEV Ride-and-Drive Series
The PEV Collaborative has identified test drives as a high priority and catalyst for PEV adoption in California. Industry experience has shown that these in-vehicle experiences lead directly to PEV sales. Find out where you can take a free test drive.
The PEV Collaborative created a series of fact sheets with timely, topical graphs and relevant communication points on various California-specific PEV topics. The fact sheets and the images are available for download.
Learn more about the PEV Collaborative’s standout activities by downloading annual reports.
Regular updates about relevant PEV topics, recent events and new resources.
The PEV Collaborative's 2010 Strategic Plan, Taking Charge, aspired to facilitate PEV market growth so that by 2020, hundreds of thousands of PEVs are sold annually in California and the market contributes significantly to the state’s ongoing economic, energy and environmental policy objectives.