The Zero Emission Vehicle Interagency Working Group (ZEVIWG) invites the public to join its meeting on September 27 to share progress towards the Governor’s Executive Order 17-21, which focuses on tackling cost, infrastructure, and information gaps in order to help accelerate the transition to electric vehicles.
The State of Oregon is celebrating a significant milestone today, as Oregon has reached 25,000 registered electric vehicles on our roads. This marks the halfway point to the state’s goal of at least 50,000 registered EVs by the end of 2020.
We were excited to hear that Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1044 – Oregon’s zero-emission vehicle target bill – into law earlier this week. The bill marks another step forward for Oregon’s climate goals and for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector.