Energy For Zero-Emission Vehicles

Zero-Emissions Vehicles are an important part of Montgomery County’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 80% by 2027 and 100% by 2035. Transportation on roads made up 34 percent of the County’s GHG emissions in 2020. To reduce transportation emissions and meet the County’s GHG reduction goal, 100% of private and public transportation options in the County will need to be powered by zero emissions technologies by 2035.

The goals of the county’s Zero-Emissions Vehicle initiatives are to increase use of electric vehicles by residents and local businesses while encouraging less driving and more public transportation and active transportation, such as walking and bicycling.

This website provides information and resources for residents and businesses about the benefits of zero-emissions vehicles and electric vehicle charging.