Electric vehicles in Virginia

Why EVs and solar?

Electric vehicles (EVs) are quickly becoming a more affordable and lower maintenance option than traditional gasoline- or diesel-fueled cars for Virginians.

 

EVs and solar in Virginia

Virginia is home to more than 7,000 electric vehicles. The state offers a number of incentives to owners of electric vehicles, including an exemption from emissions testing and an exemption from HOV restrictions for qualified vehicles. However, electric vehicles must pay an extra registration fee of $64 or more.

Virginia utility, Dominion, is running two pilot programs to test new time-based rate discounts for EV owners who charge their vehicles during off-peak hours. Virginia Clean Cities reports that there are 447 charging stations in the state.  That number is poised to grow significantly as Virginia authorities seek to build a public EV charging network across the state.

Potomac Solar Co-op member, Charles Kleymeyer, charges his electric vehicle, SUN CAR.

Potomac Solar Co-op member, Charles Kleymeyer, charges his electric vehicle, SUN CAR.

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