Membership is open to existing, new and prospective drivers of EVs, including battery electric, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. We welcome drivers of all types of EVs.
When EVA England refers to ‘electric vehicles’ this means cars and vans (up to 3.5 tonnes), and battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids, ie. any car or van that can be plugged in.
EVA England supports all forms of electric mobility – we have chosen to focus on cars and vans, and there are other associations representing motorbikes and e-bikes.
The EVA England membership costs £20 a year.
With your membership, you’ll get access to special deals from our industry partners and access to EV shows and events.
You’ll also receive our monthly newsletter and our exclusive Membership Pack, which details the ins and out of living with an EV.
Find out more about our benefits here.
Yes! Membership is open to all EV drivers, whether you lease, own or drive a company car or van.
Membership is open to all, although our aims, ambitions and activities remain focused on current and prospective drivers of electric vehicles.
Additionally to our team members, EVA England has a Board of Directors, all volunteers, who are responsible for guiding the activities and operations of the organisation.
Find out more about them on our Meet our team page.
EVA England aspires to identify key issues and barriers relating to EV adoption with members, and then take action to address them with the government, local authorities, and industry organisations. To do so, we regularly check in with our members through surveys and consultations.
Policy-related decisions are ultimately the responsibility of the Board of Directors. However, members can make their voices heard in decisions through consultations, surveys and the AGM.
EVA England is a not-for-profit community interest company, meaning the bulk of our income comes from membership subscriptions and other donations and grants. Any income generated goes straight back into the organisation for the benefit of our members and the work we carry out on behalf of our members.
This is an excellent question! When we started, we aimed to be collaborative and to not duplicate the work of those who came before us. In fact, EVA Scotland was instrumental in guiding and informing the foundations of EVA England. We work closely with them and other electric vehicle drivers’ groups in the UK.
To find out more about EVA Scotland, you can visit their website here.
To find out more about EVA Northern Ireland, you can visit their website here.
To find out more about EVA Cymru, you can visit their website here.
We also work with Irish EV Owners Association, through The EV Alliance of UK and Ireland. To find out more about Irish EV Owners Association, you can visit their website here.
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