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

Joe enjoys sharing stories…from owning a Leaf to a Tesla, dodging day-dreaming drivers from 0 to 30 to saving $16,000 for his annual vacations – a win-win situation. Q: We like personal fun facts about our EV drivers. Can you share with us? A: When I’m not getting 100% electrically “charged

New DCFC station fills Corridor gap in East Tennessee

Tennessee’s newest Direct Current Fast Charge (DCFC) station was activated yesterday in Baileyton and is now available to charge for those in need of some electric juice along the state’s I-81 Corridor. The new DCFC station, a partnership between Greeneville Light & Power System, Davy Crockett Travel Center and Seven States Power Corporation, can

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 that was spearheaded in 2019. These events are fun and engaging

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

Thanks for sitting down with us. You work for an environmental non-profit, yes? I do! I’m the Co-Coordinator of East Tennessee Clean Fuels, an organization that helps fleets and individuals switch from dirty-burning fuels like gasoline and diesel to cleaner, more sustainable, and often cheaper fuels like electricity, renewable natural

DET hosts Ride & Drive at 2020 Knox News Auto Show

In February 2020, a team of 39 DriveElectricTN staffers and volunteers managed a large electric vehicle (EV) Ride & Drive at the Knox News Auto Show. This included 35 student volunteers from the University of Tennessee Knoxville (UTK). 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. The DriveElectricTN EV Experience™ at this