We’re on the road to an electric future — and you can help drive us there.
It’s a hard truth: We simply can’t solve global warming without changing how we all get around. Transportation is now America’s No. 1 source of global warming pollution, and cars account for 60% of our transportation pollution.
The good news is that we have never been closer to an electric vehicle future than we are right now — a future where our kids ride electric buses to school, our mail and packages arrive in electric trucks, and every new car that is sold gets plugged in at night. Together, we can protect our climate by accelerating the transition to an electric vehicle future.
The Latest on Electric vehicles
Back to School on an Electric bus
What can we do about the unhealthy air quality in Chicago?
Electric buses may be coming to a city near you
VW settlement money used to electrify transportation in Illinois
7-Eleven launches EV charging network
What You Can Do
Tell the governor: Electric vehicles are good for climate action & government budgets
Electric Buses in America
Frequently asked questions about buying an electric car
Can I power my house with an electric car?
Renewables On The Rise Dashboard
Did you know?
In the past 10 years, electric vehicle sales have grown 10-fold in the U.S.
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You have the power: how to electrify your home with new tax credits
Hundreds turned out for a workshop to learn how to take advantage of new tax credits to get a heat pump, go solar, buy an electric vehicles, weatherize their home and more.
“Taking charge” webinar educates consumers about used electric vehicles
Attendees learned about used EV incentives, charging, range, and maintenance
Used electric vehicle buyer’s guide
Electric vehicles are growing in popularity. For many people, however, cost continues to present a major barrier to going electric. Used electric vehicles can be a great way to get all the benefits of an EV, at a much lower price point.
Forest Service testing electric trucks
Agency that manages America's national forests and grasslands will purchase only zero-emissions new light duty cars and trucks starting in 2027.
New study projects health benefits of rapid renewables & EV adoption
Growth of electric vehicles, heat pump and renewable energy adoption linked to major cuts in air pollution.