The Oklahoma Electric Vehicle Coalition
The Oklahoma Electric Vehicle Coalition is a diverse group of stakeholders working toward the development and expansion of the electric vehicle market in Oklahoma. Our Mission is to facilitate the adoption and awareness of EVs and EVSE in Oklahoma through our active and cohesive group of diverse EV stakeholders.
The Oklahoma EV Coalition was formed in early 2016 through a partnership of Oklahoma’s two Clean Cities organizations – Central Oklahoma Clean Cities (COKCC) and Tulsa Area Clean Cities (TACC) – along with multiple in state stakeholders. The COKCC and TACC are housed within the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) and the Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) organizations respectively, with both coalitions working aggressively to increase EV adoption.
The Coalition meets every other month to discuss ways to increase the number of registered electric vehicles in Oklahoma, coordinate and facilitate the deployment of electric vehicle charging stations, and conduct marketing and event outreach to increase public knowledge about electric vehicles.
Coalition members are working to increase EV adoption in Oklahoma through efforts including increasing availability of EV charging locations, targeted marketing to commuters and early adopters, ride and drive events, promotional incentives and fleet investments. Additionally, members are identifying and investigating policy, legislative and regulatory opportunities to support EV adoption.
For more information about how to become a member of this dynamic organization – please visit our Membership page.