Driving Electric from the Mountains to the Sea

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1 Year Travel Cost Comparison

Fuel $1,100.00 12,000 MILES/YR
Electric $400.00 12,000 MILES/YR

Our studies have shown that the number one reason North Carolinians switch to driving electric is to save money. Not only are you saving on fuel costs, but electric vehicles also require less maintenance.

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Plug-in NC members have demonstrated a commitment to supporting electric vehicles. Members have installed charging stations, purchased electric fleet vehicles or completed electric vehicle education and outreach activities. Their support and efforts are helping to drive electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina.

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    Get recognized on the Plug-in NC website
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    Get highlighted in the Plug-in NC newsletter and social media accounts
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    Receive invitations to member only events
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    Connect with others who are also supporting electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina
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Featured Member

City of Asheville

“The City of Asheville has partnered with Brightfield Transportation Solutions to provide 2 public charging stations on City property. The stations are owned and maintained by Brightfield. 161 S. Charlotte Street – (2) Level 2 chargers and (1) DC Fast Charger with solar PV canopy and 51 Biltmore Ave – (1) DC Fast Charger in the parking garage.” ‒ Kerby Smithson

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Become An Ambassador

Plug-in NC ambassadors are passionate about electric vehicles. By volunteering at events and giving presentations, ambassadors help Plug-in NC by promoting driving electric across the state.

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    Help with Plug-in NC Events
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    Network with other electric vehicle enthusiasts
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    Get highlighted on the Plug-in NC website
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Featured Ambassador

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Bruce

Bruce is a Plug-in NC ambassador from Cary, NC. His favorite electric vehicle is the Nissan LEAF. When asked why he loves electric vehicles he explained, “My father was born in 1919, he grew up watching gas engine vehicles go main stream. I saw the chance to be part of electric motor vehicles going main stream.” Thank you Bruce for volunteering at our events and being a great electric vehicle advocate!