This resource card contains a collection of charging station maps.
The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services has developed master contracts for EVs and EV Supply Equipment (EVSE)
NREL provides technical assistance to state, local, and tribal governments through several federal grant programs and has developed an extensive arsenal of integrated modeling and analysis tools.
The DOE Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides both introductory and advanced information on all major alternative fuels (biodiesel, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane).
This interactive mapping tool that compares communities across our state for environmental health disparities.
The Oregon TEINA focuses on analyzing light-duty vehicle (LDV) charging needs in the state while also addressing transit, delivery, freight, and micromobility vehicles during the modeling period of 2020–2035.
This comprehensive toolkit covers EV Basics, Funding and Financing, Planning Resources, Benefits and Challenges.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory model to evaluate environmental justice, energy justice and energy equity of nationwide EV charging infrastructure on a census block group level.
This dataset shows the Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) that are currently registered through Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL).
EVI-Pro Lite is designed for U.S. Cities and States to estimate their charging infrastructure needs and power demands.
The West Coast Electric Highway is an extensive network of EV fast charging stations located every 25-50 miles along I-5, Hwy 99, and other major roadways in British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California. The website includes an alternative fueling station locator map and links to plans and information developed by the state governments and partner organizations.