100% “Charged Up” – a Q&A with Joe Ozegovich, a Memphis EV walk the talk leader

Big City. Big Vision. Raven Hernandez is a Tesla and motor cycle-driving, organic gardener. She's blazing a trail with her new company and big vision - EARTH. Raven Hernandez is the founder and C.E.O. of EARTH (a.k.a. EARTH Ride).

EV Ride & Drives Work: here’s our 2019 data to prove it!

It's been a good year for engagement! We had a lot of fun in 2019 by meeting and engaging with a lot of different people, and are happy to share our results.The DriveElectricTN (DET) EV Experience™ is one of several projects…

EVs and ethics: a Q&A with Daniel Siksay, environmentalist and philosopher

Daniel Siksay is an environmentalist, a feminist, and an accelerationist Marxist currently living in Knoxville, Tennessee. He holds a Masters in Philosophy from York University. He currently works as the Co-Coordinator of East Tennessee Clean Fuels.

DET hosts Ride & Drive at 2020 Knox News Auto Show

Attendees had the chance to test drive five different EV models and eight different EVs over the three-day event held at the Knoxville Convention Center. “Even the most electric-skeptical folks I’ve met have changed their minds about electric cars when they actually get behind the wheel and drive one.”

DET’s 2019 Year In Review: Our First Year

2019 was a productive year for DriveElectricTN We've accomplished a lot in 2019! Thank you for engaging in DriveElectricTN (DET) initiatives and projects with us. We appreciate you seeing the value in this program and are thankful…

EARTH to Tennessee: a Q&A with Raven Hernandez, CEO of Nashville’s EARTH rideshare

Big City. Big Vision. Raven Hernandez is a Tesla and motor cycle-driving, organic gardener. She's blazing a trail with her new company and big vision - EARTH. Raven Hernandez is the founder and C.E.O. of EARTH (a.k.a. EARTH Ride).
Dan Meyers, photo, Unsplash

TVA getting more power from renewables than coal this year

For the first time in more than six decades, the Tennessee Valley Authority got more power from renewable sources than from burning coal during the first three months of 2020.