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A Sneak Peek at Knoxville’s First Electric Transit Bus

The local Knoxville community joined Knoxville Area Transit and other city leaders on Monday to see the electric transit buses that are coming to KAT over the next few years. Standing in front of Everly Park late afternoon, Mayor Madeline Rogero spoke at the unveiling ceremony to explain more about the long
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Meet Drive Electric Tennessee’s New Coordinator

We’re excited to announce that DriveElectricTN has a full-time coordinator! Virginia Salazar Buda was recently hired by and will work in the offices of ETCleanFuels, based out of Knoxville, where she will coordinate and manage Tennessee statewide initiatives that advocate for the use and adoption of electric vehicles. (DriveElectricTN is an initiative of a Tennessee-wide

Residential Charging: Can You Install an Electric Car Charging Station in Your Garage?

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Tennesseans Partner for 2016 NDEW Events

Diverse partners across Tennessee are partnering to bring EV awareness events to cities from Memphis to Kingsport!  These events will take place between Saturday, September 10 and Saturday, September 17.   >>>  Please click here to view the press release!  <<<      

9 new DCFC units on eastern side of Tennessee

Thanks to Nissan, Calloway Oil of Maryville, TN and Brightfield Transportation Solutions (out of Asheville, NC) there are three new DC fast charge (DCFC) units in the greater Knoxville area that can quickly refuel electric vehicles (EVs). Working with the East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, these chargers have been at added in Knoxville,  Maryville and Lenoir City. All three sites are at Calloway Oil’s E‐Z Stop convenience stores (Exxon/Mobil): 8605 Walbrook Dr, Knoxville, TN 37923 1758 W. Broadway, Maryville, TN 37803 1111 US Hwy 321, Lenoir City, TN 37771 A grand opening event was held at the Knoxville location on August 18, 2016 to celebrate both these chargers and additional chargers that have been installed

EV 101 – A Simple Explanation of Electric Vehicles & Charging Them

[fusion_text]Need to know the basics about electric vehicles and what it takes to keep them charged up?  Check out this helpful presentation put together by the Black Bear Solar Institute….Click to view EV presentation[/fusion_text]
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