Georgia EV Policy
Georgia became one of the fastest growing markets in the United States for electric vehicles between 2011 and 2015. That growth, in large part, was due to incentives available for the purchase or lease of electric vehicles. Those incentives were repealed in 2015 and EV growth has slowed. Today, there are just over 21,000 electric vehicles registered in the state. This is less than 2% of ALL vehicles registered in the state.
EV policy support is needed at the state level as the EV continues to develop and grow. There are a range of policy options that the state should consider including purchase incentives, charging infrastructure incentives, expansion of HOV/HOT lane access, utility charging rates for EVs, license and registration fee reduction.
Check out more on existing or proposed EV policies by clicking on the links below.