A vehicle to fight climate change
A 2018 executive order from Gov. Roy Cooper was North Carolina’s most ambitious approach to fight climate change in more than a decade. The plan forecast a future that is likely to be powered by renewable energy and driven by electric vehicles. But is the state meeting those goals? Are consumers and car dealers embracing zero-emission transportation? And can lawmakers cross the political divide to enact additional guidance for the state’s future?
With a Toyota battery plant and a VinFast electric vehicle plant coming to North Carolina in the next few years, people are paying more attention to the growth of the electric vehicle market.
And as more choices become available, more people seem likely to buy them. Will you be buying an electric vehicle anytime soon? Take our poll and let us know.