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A community-led collaboration promoting leadership in and commitment to clean transportation, innovation, and opportunity in Massachusetts.

Recharge Massachusetts is Advancing the Pathbreaking Transition to Clean Transportation

We work with organizations and communities to raise visibility of electric vehicles, educate the public, and recognize Massachusetts EV leaders.

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Recharge Massachusetts Campaign

Recharge Massachusetts is a statewide non-profit working to establish Massachusetts as a leader in the adoption of electric vehicle transportation. Our activities include

  • EV Test Drives
  • Engaging Community
  • Opening Educational and Workforce Pipeline Opportunities
  • Technical Resources
  • Community Philanthropy
  • Annual Community Celebration

EV Test Drives

We offer EV test drives at workplaces, universities, and in community-wide events.

Engaging the Community

Our community leaders offer direction on creating Recharge Massachusetts events that provide attendees with innovative and entertaining ways to engage with electric vehicles.

Opening Educational and Workforce Pipeline Opportunities

Short term internships expose community members to opportunities in the clean vehicle economy.

Community Philanthropy

Recharge Massachusetts activities drive local philanthropy to community needs while building awareness of clean vehicles.

Technical Resources

Ongoing technical assistance helps community members and leaders with vehicle charging resources and staying current with the changing transportation landscape.

Annual Community Celebration

Community members gather each year to mark progress and remain current on the rapidly changing electric vehicle landscaping across Massachusetts.

2021 Annual Recognition Ceremony
November 17, 2021

  • Updates from state leaders on the work Massachusetts is doing to meet its clean air goals
  • Learn steps to boost EV adoption in Massachusetts from other program participants
  • Updates from state leaders on work Massachusetts is doing to ensure no one is left behind as the EV revolution unfolds

Participants

Click on the participant logo to learn more.

Participation in Recharge Massachusetts Only Requires Three Steps:

Complete the participation pledge.

Create an EV action plan appropriate to your circumstance and submit it to the to the website within four months of submitting your pledge; either with your initial pledge or shortly after, share your EV action plan with Recharge Massachusetts.

Report on your progress in implementing the plan within one year of its submittal.

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Electric Vehicle Definition and Terms

Electric Vehicles (EVs) includes Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) powered solely by an electric battery and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) powered by a combination of an electric motor and a gasoline engine.

The term Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) is a subset of EVs and includes both PHEVs and BEVs. These terms may apply to cars, vans, all size trucks, buses, and off-road equipment like commercial lawn care products or material handling equipment.

Massachusetts Is Recharging

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On average, every EV in a community delivers over $1,000 per year in local economic development benefit.*

*See our benefits summary for an overview on how to calculate the positive local economic impact created by EVs.

Clean Vehicles In Massachusetts

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The transportation sector emits 40% of the greenhouse gas emissions in Massachusetts, the single largest source and the only source that continues to grow.

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Massachusetts has committed to electrifying all new passenger vehicles by 2040.

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80% of the state’s gasoline cost leaves Massachusetts, pulling resources out of the state that could otherwise be used to support households here.

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By the end of 2019, almost 26,000 EVs were on the road in Massachusetts.

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America is Recharging

Recharge Massachusetts operates as part of the national non-profit Recharge America EV Engagement and Outreach Initiative.

Any inclusion of third-party logos, images, or references on the Recharge Massachusetts website does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the state of Massachusetts or its agencies or staff.  Their inclusion is simply to provide users with relevant information and resources. Any documents that are submitted to Recharge Massachusetts will be maintained by Recharge America for tracking purposes.”