Knoxville Electric Vehicle Association

We are Knoxville’s leading non-profit dedicated to educating the public on the benefits of driving electric. Functioning as a regional chapter of the Electric Auto Association since 2010. Our monthly meetings and events are great places to come talk to daily EV drivers and have your questions answered as well as a community for EV enthusiasts. If you have never driven an EV we would love the opportunity to put you in the drivers seat at any of our meetings or various EVents.

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Upcoming EVents

Here’s a quick snapshot of what we have going on in the next few months.

Bristol and Cookville DEED Events

April 17th, 2021, 10am-3pm

These are not official KEVA events but we are sharing our neighboring events to help our friends out. We know our members love any chance to talk EVs so if you would like to be apart of these events get more details on the DEED event pages for Bristol and Cookville events.

Kingsport DEED Event

April 22nd, 2021, 1:00pm-4pm

Ashville Online Solar Event

April 24th, 2021, 10:00am-11:00am

This is an online only event about how to charge your EV from solar! Please sign up on their DEED event page.

KEVA Cars and Coffee Event

April 25th, 2021, 6:00am-11:00am

This is the Spring Cars and Coffee event held at West Town mall in Knoxville. This event is HUGE! There will be tons of cars here, people basically come to this event to show off their cars. We want to show people that electric cars are an option too! Let's have a big showing. If you plan to attend, please arrive between 6am and 8am, no later than 8am! If you plan on attending please email us as we need a head count to know how many spaces to save, at Knoxville.EV.Club@gmail.com

May Monthly Meeting

May 8th, 2021, 11am

Possibly back at Carl Cowan Park stay tuned for updates as we get closer.

90% of all EV charging is done at home

Every EV sold today comes with a 110 volt charger. We recommend people install a 240 volt charger in their garage since the latest EVs have larger battery packs this will minimize the time it takes to charge your EV. Most people already have access to 240v in their garage as this is the typical voltage for clothes dryers.

3 cents a mile

The typical efficiency of electric vehicles is 3 miles a KWH. The average cost of a KWH of electricity in Tennessee is about 10 cents.  Simple math means you only pay 3.3 cents per mile. Even better news is that EV makers are pushing the efficiency to 4 miles or more per KWH thus making the cost even cheaper!