Orlando City Council will require EV make-ready for new construction and major renovations. EV make-ready policies lower the cost to install future EVSE and increase likelihood of access to home charging.
Orlando is the latest municipality in the Southeast to adopt an electric vehicle (EV) make-ready ordinance. This policy will help the city reach its ambitious sustainability goals established under the leadership of Mayor Buddy Dyer, including:
reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 90 percent by 2040, and
achieving 100 percent clean electricity by 2050.
Dory joined the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in 2017 and was named Electric Transportation Program Manager in 2020. She is working to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles by…
Florida power bills are spiking (again!) - due primarily to high fossil gas prices. The state's reliance on fossil gas is pummeling hard working families and businesses. It's time for state regulators…
The region captured over one-third of America's EV manufacturing investments and jobs, and regional EV sales increased 50% over the past year. But the Southeast still lags, and regional policy needs improvement.