PVEAA is a chapter of the national Electric Auto Association, based in Amherst MA.
EEVC is an electric vehicle club in Valley Forge, PA.
Triangle EAA is a chapter of the Electric Auto Association, a national non-profit organization formed in 1967 to promote the use of electric vehicles as a viable transportation alternative that is efficient, economical, ecological and available today. Triangle EAA serves the Research Triangle area of North Carolina.
The EV Club Of The South is for EV drivers, their families and others interested in electric vehicles and is a chapter of the EAA Electric Auto Association (http://www.eaaev.org). Our purpose is:
We share an interest in innovative technology and its implications for the future. We want to participate in shaping that future. Using technology, we will make a powerful contribution to the world. Together in friendship and support we speak for the most significant group of motorists driving into the 21st century.
The Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, D.C. is a non profit (501 [c]3) organization of electric vehicle owners, hobbyists, educators and enthusiasts dedicated to promoting the use of electric vehicles (EV's) as an environmental and energy alternative. EVA/DC was formed in 1980 as a chapter of the nationwide Electric Auto Association (EAA), and holds regular monthly meetings, public displays, car shows and "tech" sessions to exchange information.
EDTA is the preeminent US industry association dedicated to the promotion of electric drive as the best means to achieve the highly efficient and clean use of secure energy in the transportation sector. We support the sustainable commercialization of all electric drive transportation technologies by providing in-depth information, education, industry networking, public policy advocacy and international conferences and exhibitions. As a unified voice for the electric drive industry, our membership includes a diverse representation of: vehicle and equipment manufacturers, energy providers, component suppliers, and end users.
The Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific (EVAAP) is an international membership organization founded in 1990, acting to promote the development and use of electric and hybrid vehicles in Asia and Pacific region. EVAAP is the Asian-Pacific representative to the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) organizing the International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) rotationally with AVERE and EDTA.
AVERE is a non profit-making association, founded in 1978 under the aegis of the European Community, as a European network of industrial manufacturers and suppliers for electric vehicles. The Association's goal is to promote the use of Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and to rationalize the efforts of its member companies in the scientific and technological developments.
The Electric Auto Association (EAA) was formed in 1967 by Walter Laski in San Jose, California. The EAA is a non-profit educational organization that promotes the advancement and widespread adoption of Electric Vehicles.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are a clean, quiet alternative to conventional automobiles, which are powered by petroleum derivatives that, when burned, emit noxious gases into the environment.
Electric Vehicles not only keep our Earth cleaner, their use preserves the earth's natural resources. EVs are a smart and efficient choice for personal transportation.
The EAA's mission is to act as a public source of information about developments in electric vehicle technology, to encourage experimentation in the building of electric vehicles, and to organize public exhibits and events of electric vehicles to educate the public on the progress and benefits of electric vehicle technology.