Below is downloadable content created by EVADC members. These materials are copyrighted, however, they are free to use, as is, by any non profit promoting electric vehicles and carbon free electricity as long as EVADC is recognized as the content creator. If you would like to sponsor a printed version of these items, or for use by for profit groups, contact us to discuss details.
Our Famous Electric Vehicle Information Sheet – There are now so many EVs that since our 10th anniversary edition in 2022 we are only including fully electric models. The sheet still covers two full pages and is packed with information. With the fast changing pace of new models, this sheet is a snapshot of what is available with various specs and costs. Additional information includes incentives, charging information and more! Contact us for bulk orders on high-quality glossy paper for larger events.
The Far-reaching Benefits of Electric Vehicles - EVADC has sponsored a white paper on the far-reaching benefits of electric vehicles. Not only do EVs help the owner with lower maintenance and fuel costs, they also help society in general. They have lower carbon emissions which helps to slow climate change, they don't have any tailpipe emissions resulting in lower health care costs, and they run on domestically-sourced electricity adding to national fuel security.
The lower fuel and maintenance costs result in savings that are spent in the local economy adding to economic development. EVs can lower the cost of electricity for all citizens by spreading the cost of producing and distributing electricity over more buyers.
The links on EV benefits includes several items:
If you are interested in an investment benefits/legislative flyer customized for your state, contact Bob Erdman at bob.erdman @gmail.com
EV Benefits Flyers for State Policy Makers
EV Charging – This one page flyer contains a detailed comparison of the three Levels of EV charging. The specifications and numbers are intended for a North American audience.
EVs Get Cleaner as the Grid Gets Cleaner – This one page flyer contains maps from the Union of Concerned Scientists showing the MPG that a gasoline car would need to get to be as clean as an EV charged from the grid. The maps show the various grid regions across the U.S. with maps for 2009, 2014, and 2018. The three maps clearly show that the grid continues to get cleaner.
This also highlights that as the grid gets cleaner, an EV gets cleaner over time.