Electricity is generated primarily from natural resources like coal to power your car. Coal is mined and converted into electricity right here in North Dakota. This power is stored in your car's battery, so you can drive up to 200 miles before recharging.
Electric vehicles produce no direct emissions and can be fueled by North Dakota's own electric power plants.
Electric vehicle owners only pay about $405 a year to charge under normal driving habits!
A NEW WAY TO DRIVE
Electric vehicles are more responsive and accelerate quicker. This makes the drive more fun and exciting.
Charging Stations in ND
Miles of battery life
Miles before recharging
Environmental & Economic Benefits
Electric vehicles save owners a substantial amount of money over the course of their lifetime from higher fuel savings, lower maintenance and running costs. While saving money, EV drivers join with the power industry in working toward a sustainable future.