Tacoma Power’s landing page for transportation electrification programs and resources.
Below is a collection of resources that can help you get started if you are new to transportation electrification. If you haven’t already, visit our ‘Getting Started’ page for a step-by-step guide.
Visit our contact directory to find someone to reach to learn more.
Snohomish County PUD’s Connect & Drive webpage includes information on tax credits and rebates, savings calculators, and shopping guides for EVs and at-home chargers.
Puget Sound Energy’s Eclectic Cars home page with basic information for those in their service territory.
The Washington State Department of Commerce provides educational resources, funding opportunities, and supports the state’s EV coordinating council.
The Washington State Department of Ecology Zero-Emission Vehicle Website provides an overview of the state Legislature-passed Zero-Emission Vehicle law.
This is a list of organizations that provide educational resources and/or technical assistance.
The WSU Energy Program maintains this Green Transportation website to provide education and technical assistance to support public fleets’ transition to cleaner fuels.
The Local Government Playbook contains recommendations for how counties, cities, and towns can leverage federal investments in electric vehicle infrastructure. It provides a “checklist” of actions and strategies that local governments can enact now and in the future, including best practices, innovative policy approaches, and lessons from previous charging deployments.
This page provides an overview of measures local governments in Washington State can take to support the use of electric vehicles, primarily by encouraging the growth of electric vehicle charging networks.
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).