The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) Office of Energy Programs is leading mapping efforts for the Southeast Regional Electric Vehicle Information Exchange (SE REVI), which has launched a multi-state electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure map. Participating states include Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and Tennessee, along with the Virgin Islands.
The initiative, which will facilitate coordination across the region on EV infrastructure investments, will conduct education and outreach on EV infrastructure gaps and opportunities along priority corridors. The interactive map incorporates various data, including locations of current and planned Level 2 and DC fast chargers, state and national parks, Federal Highway Administration-designated Alternative Fuel Corridors, hurricane evacuation routes, state information and welcome centers, social equity data, and electric service provider territories.
SE REVI states and territories are now talking to stakeholders who might leverage the tool. They will continue to update data layers as new data become available.
For more information, contact Mark Finlay of TDEC.