Sponsors + Partners Help Make Electric Vehicle Dreams A Reality

A diverse array of sponsors and partners participate in MASS DRIVE CLEAN to inform consumers on all aspects of living a sustainable lifestyle. Sponsors and partners include organizations and businesses that provide products and services contributing to sustainability and climate objectives. Beyond Zero Emission Vehicles, partners include proponents for solar programs, energy efficiency programs, and commuting options like biking. Sponsors support the campaign through increased event capacity and expanded event engagement while partners receive basic display space at event expos and contribute to a wide range of pre- and post-event communications activities.

“MassDEP is advancing the adoption of electric vehicles through the Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program, which has put EVs and charging stations into communities throughout the Commonwealth,” said Commissioner Martin Suuberg of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. “As part of the Commonwealth’s EV efforts, we are happy to sponsor the Mass Drive Clean Campaign, which gets motorists behind the wheel and on the road to purchasing one of these clean vehicles.”

Thank you to our sponsors

Eversource transmits and delivers electricity and natural gas and supplies water to approximately 4 million customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Recognized as the top U.S. utility for its energy efficiency programs by the sustainability advocacy organization Ceres, Eversource harnesses the commitment of about 8,000 employees across three states to build a single, united company around the mission of safely delivering reliable energy and water with superior customer service. For more information, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter (@EversourceCorp) and Facebook (facebook.com/EversourceEnergy).

National Grid is an electricity and gas company that connects consumers to energy sources through its networks. The company is at the heart of one of the greatest challenges facing our society – to create new, sustainable energy solutions for the future and developing an energy system that underpins economic prosperity in the 21st century. Electric vehicles are just one of the many solutions that we are working with in New Energy Solutions.


The The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs is the first Cabinet-level office in the country that oversees both environmental and energy agencies in the state. In addition to working to preserve open space and working landscapes, enforce pollution laws, enhance the state’s role in energy conservation and production, and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation, the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs is responsible for implementing the greenhouse gas reduction targets set forth in the Global Warming Solutions Act as well as ensuring a clean energy future.
The Department of Transportation delivers excellent customer service to people who travel in the Commonwealth, and provides our nation safe and reliable transportation in a way that strengthens our economy and quality of life.
Many PEV drivers charge their vehicles primarily at home, but accessing chargers at work can help owners double their vehicles’ all-electric daily commuting range. To increase the convenience and affordability of driving electric, the Workplace Charging Challenge encourages employers to provide charging access for employees. Learn more about the benefits of workplace charging and how to join the Challenge.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Clean Cities program advances the nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local actions to cut petroleum use in transportation. Part of DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office, Clean Cities has saved more than 7.5 billion gallons of petroleum since its inception in 1993.

ChargePoint operates the world’s largest, most open, EV charging network. We also design, build and support the technology that powers it. With more than 22,800 charging locations and over 10,000,000 charges delivered, our growing network makes driving an EV accessible to more and more people. Our mission is to get everyone behind the wheel of an EV and provide a place for them to charge wherever they go.

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection administers the Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) and provides incentive grants for Fleets and Workplace Charging. The Fleets Incentive helps communities and other public entities throughout the Commonwealth to electrify their fleets and offset the higher initial costs of EVs and installing charging stations. The Workplace Charging incentive is significantly increasing the number of charging stations at Massachusetts’ workplaces. Under the program, EV owners can charge their vehicles at work and reduce vehicle emissions and commuting costs.

Auto Relations

A wide range of dealers and auto manufacturers are partnering with MASS DRIVE CLEAN. Participating companies can showcase their offerings at the Expo related to each event. Here, partners have an opportunity to engage in much deeper conversations with potential customers.

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