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Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance

The Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance, led by Ceres, is a collaborative group of companies focused on accelerating the transition to electric vehicles across all use cases and class sizes.

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of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions come from transportation.

members of the Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance are focused on accelerating the transition to electric vehicles.

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electric vehicles are in operation by member companies.

CEVA Members

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ADT Amazon logo Asplundh logo AT&T logo Best Buy logo CBRE logo clif bar logo Consumers Energy logo DHL logo element logo Exelon logo ferguson logo genentech logo hackensack meridian logo heritage hertz logo IKEA logo JLL logo leaseplan logo lime logo lyft logo merchants fleet logo National Grid logo otis logo Schindler logo Siemens logo sonic healthcare logo states logistics logo thyssenkrupp elevator logo T Mobile logo Uber logo UNFI logo Verizon logo

Our principles

CEVA’s principles enable EV stakeholders, including auto and truck manufacturers, suppliers, utilities, policymakers, and regulators to understand what companies with robust on-road vehicle fleets in the U.S. are looking for to achieve their bold clean transportation goals. They outline criteria to support businesses in electrifying their on-road transportation and logistics fleets and networks.

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Greater variety and volume of zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) model options

Access to cost-effective charging infrastructure and flexible rates

More transparency on new model release timing and availability

Upfront cost parity with ICE vehicles

Integrated access to renewable energy

Improved coordination with and support from electric power companies and utility regulators

Strategically sited and widely available charging infrastructure

Technology interoperability and streamlined charging standards

Employee commute & regional transportation decarbonization

Industry and policy advocacy in action


Members of the Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance collectively advocate for the increased industry production of new and diverse EVs and for policies to promote additional investments in electric vehicle and charging infrastructure technologies and their deployment.

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Blueprint for Implementing a Leading Climate Transition Action Plan
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May 23, 2024
Driving Change: Evaluating Automotive Companies’ Climate Policy Advocacy
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Sep 7, 2023
Electric Vehicle Batteries: A Guidebook for Responsible Corporate Engagement Throughout the Supply Chain
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Why Electrify?

EVs present significant benefits to companies—including reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, cost savings on fuel and maintenance, freedom from reliance on volatile oil and gas prices, improved passenger safety, enhanced company reputation, and improved workforce recruitment and retention. The transportation sector is currently the largest and fastest growing GHG-emitting sector in the U.S. economy, and transportation decarbonization is critical to addressing climate change in the U.S. and globally. For businesses, particularly those with large vehicle fleets, transitioning from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles is essential for long-term success in the 21st century.

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