Examples of Alternative Fuel Vehicles May Include:
Hydrogen, Hybrid, Electric, Flexible-Fuel or P-Series Fuel, Biodiesel, and Natural Gas
Hybrid vehicles are powered by two or more fuels. The most common type of hybrid vehicles have electric drivetrains which are powered by a battery. When this battery depletes, the internal combustion engine acts as a generator to recharge the battery.
Public EV Charging Stations in North Carolina
The primary source of data for this map comes from the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuel Data Center with additional analysis done by our Market Innovation Team. Our analysis aims to serve as a tool for current and potential EV owners to understand the vast extent of EV infrastructure currently in our state.
- Plug In America
- Green Vehicle Laws and Regulations in North Carolina
- Duke Energy-Electric Vehicles
- Future of Electric Cars
- Alternative Fuels Data Center
- Clean Transportation Program Website
- NC Plug-in Electric Vehicles Website
- Transportation, Air Pollution, and Climate Change
- Transportation on Advanced Energy's
- Fuel What Matters
- Triangle Clean Cities
Search NCSEA's Business Member Directory for Alternative Fuel Vehicle non-profits and businesses near you!
JOBS IN NC
FIRMS IN NC
REVENUE IN NC
Source: 2018 North Carolina Clean Energy Industry Census