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Electric Vehicle
Electric cars have motors that run on a rechargeable battery instead of traditional petroleum-based fuels. These motors are about three times more efficient than traditional internal combustion engines and more torque for acceleration. Electric car technology improves each year, with added battery life and faster charging. Models can now go as many as 200 miles or more on a single charge. 

Alternative fuel vehicles like hybrids, plug-ins, and all-electric models produce far fewer greenhouse gas emissions than traditional cars. 

PlugShare's mapping tool can help you find available chargers near you.

Electric vehicle​ charging and fueling stations are not just for businesses and public buildings. Installing a home system can make it easier and faster to charge your electric car or refuel your alternative fuel vehicle. Fully electric or hybrid cars produce far fewer greenhouse gas emissions than traditional petroleum-fueled cars. Some models can travel up to 200 miles or more on a single charge.

Federal, local, or utility programs may offer incentives for electric cars.​ 

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is developing a program that will offer rebates on purchases and leases of EVs that operate with zero emissions. More information is available on the DEQ website . ​
Resources
​PlugShare Map
DEQ ZEV Rebate Program​

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