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DriveElectricTN 2019 Year In Review: Our First Year

2019 was a productive year for DriveElectricTN We’ve accomplished a lot in 2019! Thank you for engaging in DriveElectricTN (DET) initiatives and projects with us. We appreciate you seeing the value in this program and are thankful for your ongoing presence and leadership. Our history began in 2018 where over

TVA getting more power from renewables than coal this year

This article was originally published in the Chattanooga Times Free Press, May 6th, 2020 | by Dave Flessner For the first time in more than six decades, the Tennessee Valley Authority got more power from renewable sources than from burning coal during the first three months of 2020. With electricity sales
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Marty Young, paramedic and medical training professor owns a Chevrolet Volt

Marty Young tells all. His love for the Chevy Volt, tent living and his brush with the law. Marty Young is an Associate Professor of emergency medical services at Roane State Community College and a licensed paramedic with over 25 years of emergency service experience. (L-R): Anna Young (wife), Audrey
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Tennessean couple conquers an 18-day road trip in their Tesla

“When we travel, Susan and I usually know where we want to go. And we may or may not mind if we end up somewhere else. Still, we find that we get more out of our trips if we put some effort into planning them. Mostly, Susan plans them. For

Question of the Month: What factors do employers need to consider when establishing a workplace charging program?

Answer: While there is not a one-size-fits-all solution for workplace charging, there are a number of resources available to help employers design, implement, and manage the right workplace EV charging program for their organization. Assess Demand Employers considering whether a workplace EV charging program is right for their organization will
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CARTA Recognized for Electric Vehicle Project by Smart Cities Connect

Chattanooga, TN – The Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) is one of two Chattanooga-based entities to receive accolades in this year’s Smart 50 Awards, which recognize smart cities projects from around the world. CARTA received its Smart 50 Award for its innovative electric vehicle charging and car share project. The
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