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Resources & Tools

Data

See below for some datasets that can help you follow the transition toward electric vehicles.

EV Registrations in Washington (Department of Licensing)

This dataset shows the Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) that are currently registered through Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL).

Guides and Tools

We have gathered some of the best guides and tools available to help you evaluate and plan your switch to electric vehicles.

Western Washington Clean Cities published an excellent guide with helpful consumer information to help you Join the EVolution
  
Whether all-electric or hybrid, these Forth Mobility guides will help you find the plug-in vehicle that is right for you.
A great planning guide, this report by the US DOE Clean Cities Program describes the costs for installing, owning, and operating electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in commercial/fleet settings.
RENEWABLE DIESEL - Western Washington Clean Cities has been tracking the production and use of renewable diesel in Washington and published this helpful fact sheet for fleets.
The Washington Department of Commerce published Electric Vehicles for Washington’s Public Fleets & Facilities to address common questions from fleet and facility managers.

  

Tools and Apps

Find lots of the basics about electric vehicles (EVs) and EV supply equipment (EVSE) also known as charging stations from the Dept of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center.
PlugStar, a service of Plug-In America, provides a lot of consumer support that could be helpful to some fleets, including an online shopping assistant, vehicle specs, incentives info, charging data, and dealer information.
The Zero-Emission Technology Inventory (ZETI) tool is an interactive online resource for medium- and heavy-duty vehicle choices. The zero-emission inventory shows what is commercially available in your region and what is coming in the next few years. Test drive what the ZETI Tool can do for your fleet. A project of globaldrivetozero.org
For total cost of ownership analysis, the Fleet Procurement Analysis Tool charts the financial viability and environmental impact of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle fleet procurements. The Excel-based tool evaluates different ownership structures, vehicle types, and procurement scenarios, comparing options by cost-per-mile, cash flows, and location-specific lifecycle emissions. Highly flexible and user-friendly.
Find all the public EV charging station locations near you, including types of stations, networks and costs – Use PlugShare
From now through 2027, Electify America will invest $2 billion in zero-emission infrastructure, access, and education in the U.S. Now in their 2nd investment cycle, EA will create plans for two additional cycles of infrastructure build outs. Submit a comment, idea, or suggestion here.

  

More Resources

Washington has been a leader in the development of electric transportation, due in large part to our clean electricity and the innovative spirit of its residents and public leadership. Here are some of the programs and agencies with information to share.

Sourcewell (cooperative purchasing)