Guiding Principles

To advance transportation electrification throughout the Southeast, SETRI participants intend to work together to:

  1. Promote regional EV market development;
  2. Conduct education and outreach to consumers and decision-makers;
  3. Coordinate state electrification efforts and university research; and
  4. Collaborate with transportation electrification efforts outside the Southeast.

This work will result in continued job growth as manufacturing facilities are developed across the region, improved energy security and resilience, improved air quality, new mobility options, and reduced energy burdens for low- and moderate-income populations.

Participants and Signatories

SETRI's founding participants and signatories represent the breadth of the transportation electrification ecosystem with an established presence in the Southeast region. This coalition of market-leading businesses, utilities, advocates, and researchers embodies the expertise and experience needed to help state leaders navigate the technological transition from petroleum to electricity-powered mobility.

Development of Guidance for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Deployment - Comments in Response to RFI

SETRI provided comments in response to the Request for Information posted by the Federal Highway Administration on November 29, 2021 (Federal Register, Vol. 86, No. 226, Page 67783) opening Docket No. FHWA-2021-0022.


SETRI is a voluntary, non-partisan, independent electric transportation market development collaboration of stakeholders that include vehicle manufactures, charging station providers, supply chain companies, electric utilities, fleet managers, universities, Clean Cities coalitions, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations.