Electrify Your Ride is a national campaign working to make electric vehicles more accessible for all. We host educational events, empower EV owners to become EV ambassadors in their communities, partner with regional and national influencers, and support clean energy policy.
Whether you’re just learning about electric vehicles or you’re looking to help spread the word, you can find a way to plug in below and help accelerate the arrival of a 100% clean energy future.
Sign the “Going Electric” Pledge
Driving electric saves money, improves your community’s air and health, and is an impactful way for you to take part in our transition to clean energy. Whether you’re planning to buy a car in the next week or the next five years, make it electric.
“I want to help accelerate the transition to 100% clean energy. I pledge to make the next vehicle I purchase an electric car.“
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Electrify Your Ride Event Series
Join Generation180 each month as we learn about electrifying transportation. We promise not another boring power point presentation, these events are fun and informative; you might even be inspired to make your next car an electric car! These online events are open to EV owners, EV advocates, and the EV curious alike.
We’ll hear from a wide range of panelists, from experts in the industry to your neighbor who drives electric. Thought-provoking conversations and opportunities to connect are all on the menu. So check out the calendar and join us!
your voice matters
Be an EV Ambassador within your community
It’s no secret that the most effective advocates for electric cars are EV owners themselves. That’s why Gen180 wants to inspire and equip owners like you to be even more impactful as you drive awareness and adoption of EVs in your neighborhoods, communities, and networks.
Take a look and see how you can be a voice for change in your community.
Virginia Drives Electric 2021 Report
The Virginia Drives Electric report provides a “State of the State” of electric vehicles in Virginia. Read the report to learn about the benefits of EVs, barriers to adoption, the policies we need, and how you can help.
- 73% of Virginians think it is important for Virginia to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels and transition to clean energy.
- 70% of Virginians support state investments in modernizing and electrifying its transportation sector.
- 79% of Virginians have a positive view of electric vehicles.
- 58% of Virginians are likely to consider an electric vehicle for their next car.
- 67% of Virginians support implementing the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program.
Generation180 is proud to be a Friend in support of Forth, whose mission is to accelerate the use of smart transportation to move people and goods in a more efficient, cleaner and equitable way.
Generation180 is a member of the Towards Equitable Electric Mobility (TEEM) Community of Practice. TEEM consists of a peer-to-peer community of advocates to share policy goals, build capacity, and develop a mutual commitment towards advancing racial equity in electric mobility and climate change goals.
Generation180 is a member of the Global Electric Vehicle Alliance (GEVA), a network of national electric drivers’ associations from around the globe. GEVA facilitates global collaboration on best practices, policies, education, and other EV related initiatives.
Generation180 is a member of DRIVE Electric USA, a group of diverse stakeholders, including Clean Cities Coalitions from fourteen states, OEMs, and other committed partners. DRIVE Electric USA works to develop state-based programs to engage individuals, utilities, legislators, and dealerships toward removing adoption barriers and accelerating plug-in electric vehicle use.
Generation180 is a participant in SETRI is a voluntary, non-partisan, independent electric transportation market development collaboration of stakeholders that include vehicle manufactures, charging station providers, supply chain companies, electric utilities, fleet managers, universities, Clean Cities coalitions, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations.