May 20th, 2022

Representants from GEVA met on a boat tour with Robert Llewellyn for Fully Charged Amsterdam (2022)

February 28, 2022

Watch the COP 26 rallye (Brussels – Calais leg)

October 28, 2021

Transport Research institute – 7th Annual Electric Vehicle Event 

On October 13th, The Norwegian EV Association Elbil gave a presentation on EVs in Norway at Edinburgh Napier University’s annual ev road transport event.

You can find the recording here, below the presentation downloads

September 27, 2021

Electric Road to COP 26 in Glasgow

EV drivers from countries in Europe are planning to be driving to COP26 to bring an important message to Glasgow about electric driving. This goal of this rally is to deliver a message, from EV drivers of the world to the COP 26, carried out in 100% electric vehicles to Glasgow, by multiple European grass roots associations, supported by other global associations through GEVA.

More about the rally…

June 9. 2021

Global EV Drivers’ Alliance formed by 37 EV driver associations around the world

Alliance members calling for all light-duty vehicles to be electric by 2030

Thirty seven electric vehicle (EV) driver associations have joined forces to create the Global EV Drivers’ Alliance, representing the voice of EV drivers around the globe in leading the shift to clean electric transportation. The grassroots, non-profit organization collects best practices, inspiration and information from EV driver associations and their members to help, inform and inspire each other to accelerate electric mobility in their own regions/countries and worldwide. This video has been released worldwide to promote awareness of the Alliance.

The members of the Alliance are calling for every new car and light-duty truck sold in their countries to have a plug by the end of this decade. A shift to electric transportation is essential to quickly reducing greenhouse gas emissions, avoiding dangerous climate change, improving local air quality and reducing respiratory diseases in cities around the world. With the rapid improvements in EV technology and the new vehicles coming into the market over the coming months, it is entirely achievable.

A rapid shift to electric transportation can be achieved through supportive policies in the respective countries. For example, the market share for plug-in vehicles in Germany grew from 3% in 2019 to 13.5% in 2020 and the UK market went from 3.2% to 10.7% in the same period. By working together, EV driver associations can share best practices and strategies, ensuring that EV drivers’ voices are heard in EV policy discussions worldwide.

In addition to the climate change and air quality benefits, electric vehicles provide many additional benefits to consumers, including the savings and convenience of fueling with electricity instead of gasoline, sharply reduced maintenance and the smooth and powerful driving experience provided by an electric motor.

One of the first joint activities of the Global EV Drivers’ Alliance will be participation in the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP26, which will be held in Glasgow in November 2021. In connection with the event,.associations connected with GEVA plan to organise events in their own countries and to organise a rally in Scotland to promote electromobility as an important element in addressing climate change.

The global shift to electric vehicles is increasing exponentially, with more than 3.24 million EVs sold worldwide in 2020, compared to 2.26 million in 2019, despite the COVID pandemic and accompanying economic downturn.

The Global EV Alliance represents organizations from the countries of Australia, Austria, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain (Catalonia). Croatia, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, and United States. For more information, visit

About the Global EV Alliance

The Global EV Alliance is a network of national electric vehicle drivers’ associations from around the globe. We facilitate global collaboration on best practices, education, and other EV-related initiatives. We believe that zero-emission mobility is necessary to combat climate change. Our goal is a planet where all transportation is sustainable, clean, and electric!