Electric Vehicles: A Growing Opportunity in Georgia

This report evaluates the implications of a $2,500 tax credit for the purchase of an electric vehicle (EV) in Georgia. The analysis shows that state tax credit would lead to additional EV purchases, boosting economic growth in Georgia within the vehicle sector in the form of jobs, labor income and total GDP – including new vehicle construction, hardware manufacturing, electrical equipment specific to electric vehicles, as well as scientific and technical services. 

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Georgia Electric Transportation Network

SEEA convenes a statewide network of energy efficient transportation interests in Georgia to support EET policy. This network leads education and outreach and policy at the state level, convenes an annual “EV Day” at the state capitol to engage EV drivers and educate decision makers. If you would like more information on joining the network, contact Justin Brightharp 

Energy Efficient Transportation