In collaboration with series host Raven Hernandez of Earth Rides, TVA’s EnergyRight program has released the first in a 5-part series of videos dedicated to exploring how electric vehicles (EVs) in Tennessee are right for a wide variety of life experiences and applications. The series is entitled “In Charge: Life with an Electric Vehicle” and is available for viewing on YouTube and on TVA EnergyRight’s website.
From the video series page on the EnergyRight website:
We’re busting EV myths! Range? Cost? Cargo room? We’re answering all your electric vehicle questions—from the road! Plus, our EV experts put the brakes on common myths as we journey across the Tennessee Valley learning about the benefits of electric transportation.
Part 1 of EnergyRight’s In Charge: Life with an Electric Vehicle series is available now
The premiere of In Charge: Life with an Electric Vehicle is all about a day in the life of owning an electric vehicle.
Tune into the first episode, featuring singer/songwriter and radio show host Kelleigh Bannen, as she treks around Music City with series host Raven Hernandez in the budget-friendly Nissan Leaf. This video series was created and produced by the Tennessee Valley Authority’s EnergyRight program.
TVA’s EnergyRight website also hosts a range of resources for learning more about EVs and their applications for your life. For example, there is a Vehicle Comparison Tool that enables potential EV buyers to compare costs and cost savings of EV models vs. a driver’s current vehicle or a potential internal combustion engine vehicle that they’re planning to purchase.
TVA is a member and financial supporter of DriveElectricTN. With the help of TVA, including the EnergyRight program and dozens of other stakeholders across Tennessee and the United States, we’re working to increase EV awareness and adoption in our state. Through three Working Groups (Awareness, Policies & Programs, Infrastructure) and a series of other projects (including our recently announced EV Specialty License Plate program), our team of 70+ stakeholders aims to educate and assist with the inevitable future of electric vehicles in our state.