Welcome to Texas PEV Clearinghouse!


CCET has developed this Wiki on behalf of the plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market stakeholders of Texas. It is designed to provide a central location for current information about electric vehicle market development in Texas for reference by community and State policy leaders and interested consumers. The Wiki is an outgrowth of recent efforts by PEV market participants to coordinate and exchange information about various projects and initiatives being undertaken by various regional groups across Texas.

A primary outcome of recent coordination efforts has been the development of a white paper on Issues and opportunities of PEVs in the Texas electric market. The white paper is available on this Wiki for review and download but it contains an appendix placeholder (Appendix B) of currently active projects and programs underway by Texas stakeholders that are “efforts in progress”. Appendix B is being maintained in its current status by each of the key stakeholder groups and is organized under regional groupings listed in the far side of this tab. The various stakeholder groups have agreed to be responsible for maintaining their project status reports. The Wiki contains a number of other useful pieces of information also listed in the far side of this tab that will be occasionally updated by CCET.

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NEWS

Kelley Blue Book's Top 10 Green Cars for 2011

Respected auto buyer's resource Kelley Blue Book (KBB) has published its list of Top 10 Green Cars for 2011. Working with the criterion of gasoline-and therefore emissions- savings, KBB ranks its green vehicles in order of combined EPA-estimated fuel economy. When choosing the 2011 list of green cars, the editors "were immediately struck by the much wider range of vehicles" eligible for consideration. Among the key trends the editors noticed are: a larger variety of hybrid choices; more high-efficiency gasoline-powered vehicles; and notably, "the rise of the electrically-powered vehicle." - Source - Plug-In Texas NewsLetter

1. 2011 Nissan Leaf

2. 2011 Chevy Volt

3. 2011 Toyota Prius

4. 2011 Lexus CT 200h

5. 2011 Honda Insight

6. 2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid

7. 2011 Volkswagen Golf TDI

8. 2011 Hyundai Elantra

9. 2012 Fiat 500

10. 2012 Ford Focus



Never used a wiki before?

Visitors to this Wiki are able to view and access the information for their use. Stakeholder participants will maintain their respective sections of Appendix B by logging on to “My Account” with a password and editing the information. It is their responsibility to keep the information current. Click on “Help” located on the top right of the screen to see tutorials and watch video “Video Tours” on how to edit and update your page(s). You are also welcome to contact Bob bdavis@electrictechnologycenter.comor email Lori by selecting the email icon located on the top right side of the website for assistance anytime.


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You can change your password by clicking on “My Account” located on the top right of the screen.