The State of Oregon released new website aimed at making information about all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles more accessible to those interested. The website, GoElectric.Oregon.gov
, emphasizes the State’s goal of having 50,000 electric vehicles registered by 2020 and educates consumers on how to transition to an electric vehicle.
City of Ashland also has a website dedicated to helping educate citizens about the benefits and steps of transitioning to electric vehicles. The website can be found at Ashland.chooseev.com
and allows users to calculate savings, learn about electric vehicle facts and incentive information, and find EV chargers in their area. The website is part of Ashland’s Climate and Energy Action Plan’s ongoing goal to support more efficient vehicles by offering education, incentives, and support for electric vehicles.
City of Ashland is expanding infrastructure and support for electric vehicles as part of its Climate and Energy Action Plan, which aims to reduce Ashland’s contribution to global carbon pollution and prepare the city for climate change impacts. Ashland’s Climate Vision for 2050 is to be a resilient community that has zero net greenhouse gas emissions, embraces equity, protects healthy ecosystems, and creates opportunities for future generations. Read more about City of Ashland’s Climate and Energy Action Plan at http://www.ashland.or.us/climateplan