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About the Council

The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council (EVIC) was established by State legislation in 2011. In 2019, the membership, responsibilities, and reporting requirements of EVIC was expanded to include zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). To reflect the expanded responsibilities of the council, EVIC was renamed the Maryland Zero Emission Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council (ZEEVIC). In 2020, the membership of ZEEVIC was expanded further and the Council’s termination date was extended to 2026.

The ZEEVIC is charged with the development of policies, recommendations, and incentives that increase awareness of ZEVs, support the ownership of ZEVs, and promote investment by the private sector in ZEVs; the development of recommendations for a statewide EV charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure plan; and the development of other potential policies to promote and facilitate the successful integration of ZEVs into Maryland’s transportation network.

Visit our StoryMap site for EV maps, station and corridor data and outreach activities. Visit our Alternative Fuel Corridor Page to learn more about Maryland's alternative fuel corridors.

Maryland by the Numbers*:

54,305
Registered EVs
1,266
Stations
3,475
Outlets
23
Alt. Fuel Corridors

*As of August 31, 2022

Maryland ZEV Policy Scorecard

Cover Image of 2022 ZEEVIC Legislative Flyer

2022 Priorities Statement


  • Install more EVSE and ensure EV readiness through strategic infrastructure planning, particularly focusing on rural communities, equitable EVSE placement in environmental justice communities, corridors, and multi-unit dwellings and apply lessons learned from EVSE deployment to continuously improve EVSE infrastructure.
  • Maximize the use of grant and alternative funding opportunities for EV/EVSE in Maryland, particularly funds allocated to Maryland through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, by collaborating across local and state agencies to strategically target funds for optimal infrastructure expansion.
  • Continue ZEV education and outreach coordination, with a focus on diversity and equity, to increase ZEV deployment.

ZEEVIC Meeting Schedule 2022


The ZEEVIC Meetings will be held on the following dates from 2-4pm. The meetings will be held in a hybrid format with the option to attend in person at MDOT Headquarters (7201 Corporate Center Drive) or virtually through TEAMs. The link to the TEAMS meeting and the call-in information can be found in the meeting agenda. 

Date Agenda Presentation Notes/Materials
January 19, 2022 Agenda Presentation Meeting Notes
March 3, 2022 (Additional Meeting) Agenda Presentation Meeting Notes
March 16, 2022 Agenda Presentation Meeting Notes
May 26, 2022 Agenda Presentation Meeting Notes
July 19, 2022 Agenda Presentation Meeting Notes
September 22, 2022 (New Date & Time) Agenda    
November 17, 2022 (New Date)      

Documents prior to 2022 are available under Archived Materials.


ZEEVIC Annual Reports


ZEEVIC Members

Name & Position Representing
R. Earl Lewis, Jr, Deputy Secretary Maryland Department of Transportation (Council Chair)
Hyeon-Shic Shin, PhD., Morgan State University Member from a Maryland institution of higher education
Weston Young, Worcester County Maryland Association of Counties - rural region
Queira Harris, Parking Authority of Baltimore City Maryland Association of Counties - urban or suburban region
Nina Forsythe, City of Frostburg Maryland Municipal League - rural region
David Edmondson, City of Frederick Maryland Municipal League - urban or suburban region
Elvia Thompson, Annapolis Green EV Driver Advocacy Organization
Kristy Fleischmann-Groncki, BGE Electric Companies
Robert Stewart, PEPCO Holdings, Inc.
Jeff Shaw, SMECO
Jason Tai, Tesla Consultant Electric Vehicle Manufacturer
Kevin Miller, ChargePoint, Inc. Electric Vehicle Charging Station Manufacturer
Robert Wimmer, Toyota Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Manufacturer
Joe Alfred, Ally Power Inc. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Equipment Manufacturer
Steven Koerner, BP Pulse Fleet Fleet Operator
Michael A. Wall, Clinton Electric Company Electrical Workers
Scott Wilson, Electric Vehicle Association of Washington D.C. Environmental Community
Vacant
Paul Verchinski Public with expertise in energy or transportation policy
Vacant New vehicle dealer association
Senator Clarence K. Lam, M.D., District 12 Baltimore and Howard Counties State Senate
Delegate Tony Bridges, District 41 Baltimore City House of Delegates
Delegate David Fraser-Hidalgo, District 15 Montgomery County
Bihui Xu, Transportation Planning Maryland Department of Planning
Horacio Tablada, Secretary Maryland Department of the Environment
Vacant Maryland Department of Commerce
Kevin Mosier, Wholesales Markets Liaison Maryland Public Service Commission
Mike Jones, Transportation Program Manager Maryland Energy Administration
David Lapp, People's Counsel Office of People Counsel

Archived Meeting Materials


January 30th: | Agenda  | Notes
March 29th: | Agenda  | Notes
May 23rd: | Agenda  | Notes
July 18th: | Agenda  | Notes
September 27th: | Agenda  | Notes
November 21st: | Agenda  | Notes | Presentation


January 19th: | Agenda  | Notes
March 15th: | Agenda  | Notes
May 30th: | Agenda  | Notes
July 26th: | Agenda  | Notes
September 20th: | Agenda  | Notes
December 14th: | Agenda  | Notes


January 5th: | Agenda  |
February 3rd (Conference Call) : | Agenda  |
March 16th: | Agenda  |
May 25th: | Agenda  |
July 20th: | Agenda  |
September 21st: | Agenda  | Summary
November 14th: | Agenda  |


ZEEVIC Procedures Updated July 1, 2020

Resources

Staff Contact

zeevic@mdot.maryland.gov