The second annual “Transportation Electrification in the Southeast” report developed by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) and Atlas Public Policy tracks electric vehicle momentum in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, and Tennessee within the past year, as well as roadblocks and opportunities for state-by-state policy, regulatory, economic development, and investment activity related to electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing, deployment of passenger EVs and EV charging, and government and electric utility funding for transportation electrification. The report also examines the multiplying benefits of a clean energy transition, including economic benefits to the region, improved air quality.
Overall, the Southeast has seen significant growth over the past 12 months in EV sales, utility investment, government spending, charging deployment and manufacturing, and jobs. That said, the region still lags the national average across all indicators except manufacturing and jobs.
View the pages above for an analysis of each of the states covered in the scope of the report.Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - Alabama Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - Florida Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - Georgia Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - North Carolina Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - South Carolina Transportation Electrification in the Southeast - Tennessee