2020 Recognition Ceremony

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Third Annual Recognition Ceremony

November 18, 2020

The Third Annual MassEVolves Recognition Ceremony honored a diverse roster of business and academic organizations leading the way in EV adoption in Massachusetts. The event was co-hosted by Recharge America, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). Featured speakers included EEA Secretary Kathleen Theoharides, Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Air and Waste Christine Kirby of MassDEP, and the EEA Director of Clean Transportation Daniel Gatti.

2020 Recognition Partners

2020 Recognition Participants

Organizations recognized by MassEVolves have each pledged to take positive actions related to EVs that fit their circumstance and share their experiences to help others learn. Click on each logo to watch a video that spotlights their work. 

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Media Resources

As MassEVolves appears in the news and media, it will be highlighted below. The event’s press release can be found here. For questions, quotes, images, video clips, or for more information, please contact Tim Allik at tallik@recharge-america.org.

“Any inclusion of third-party logos, images or references on the MassEVolves website does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or its agencies or staff.  Their inclusion is simply to provide users with relevant information and resources. Any documents that are submitted to MassEVolves will be maintained by Recharge America for tracking purposes. All pledges and action plans will be public records under the Commonwealth’s Public Records Law, M.G.L. c. 66, §10.”