The Oregon Electric Vehicle Association (OEVA) is a non-profit association of electric vehicle enthusiasts. We promote electric vehicle education and encourage their safe construction and use. We are part of the Multnomah Hot Rod Council and a chapter of the Electric Auto Association.
Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month (except Dec.) at the Multnomah Arts Center at 7688 SW Capitol HWY, Portland, OR 97219.
No charging is available at the Multnomah Arts Center.
OEVA membership is $20 per year. Additional donations are also accepted. To subscribe or renew, send a check payable to OEVA along with the Membership form.
E-Mail Announcements List
You may want to check out the fully searchable international EV Discussion List (EVDL) too.
Oregon High Schools
Oregon Electric Vehicles
Powerpoint and PDF Presentations
Gary Graunke wrote an Op-Ed for Ruralite magazine (PDF) dated Feb 2017.
Jana Gastellum of Oregon Environmental Council gave a presentation on the Oregon Clean Fuels Program on January 10, 2013.
Rick Durst of PGE gave an update on EV Infrastructure in Oregon from January 12, 2012.
THINK presentation from March 11, 2010.
EV Update presentation from March 12, 2010.
Interview of OEVA members
OEVA member Gary Graunke is interviewed on King 5 television in Seattle about Oregons Gas Tax replacement plans. Watch online here or download the MP4 file (43Mb). Skip to 3:43 to catch the interview with Gary.
The local radio station KBOO interviewed OEVA members in November, 2006. Learn more at PDX Electric Vehicle Enthusiasts.
Our Member's Vehicles
Listing of our members' projects with links for more details.
Clean Cars in Oregon
The OEVA supports the use and advancement of clean cars in Oregon. For more info see our specific comments.
Calendar of Events
Future EventsThe 2019 Portland International Auto Show takes place on Jan 24-27th, 2019.
NDEW 2018: The 2018 National Drive Electric Week Event was in Wilsonville, Oregon
Even if there are no recent events, you can check out our EVent Scrapbook which keeps memories alive of our events from past years.