States and territories participating in the Southeast Regional Electric Vehicle Information Exchange (SE REVI) have launched a multi-state electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure map to enable coordination across the region on EV infrastructure investments. The interactive map utilizes various data, including locations of current and planned Level 2 and DC fast chargers, state and national parks, Federal Highway Administration-designated Alternative Fuel Corridors, hurricane evacuation routes, social equity data, and electric service provider territories. Developed with input from each SE REVI participant, the map can be used to inform EV infrastructure investment decisions and to conduct education and outreach on EV infrastructure gaps and opportunities along priority corridors.
SE REVI will host a webinar on September 13 at 2 p.m. ET to review key features of the map and share information about the collaboration. You can register for the event by clicking here.
About SE REVI
SE REVI is a collaboration of State and Territory Energy Offices from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the Virgin Islands focused on sharing information and best practices and collaborating on EV infrastructure planning, policy development, and program implementation. Through SE REVI, the State and Territory Energy Offices are:
Exploring ways to promote electric transportation solutions in communities that are rural, low-income, or facing disproportionate air quality burdens
Examining the role of EV infrastructure during evacuations
Evaluating the use of EVs to build resiliency into power supply delivery
State Energy Offices from SE REVI will be engaging other state agencies, utilities, and the private sector in the months ahead to identify opportunities for coordination on EV infrastructure build-out and EV program implementation.
Facilitation and analytical support for SE REVI is provided by the National Association of State Energy Officials and the Duke University Nicholas Institute. If you have any questions, please contact Cassie Powers (email@example.com).