About Us

EVNoire – Mobility Intelligence Group works with Companies, Utilities, Non Profits, Government Agencies, Public Health Groups, Regional & National EV organizations, Developers as well as Auto Manufacturers on all facets of E-Mobility.   We have a proven track record of creating innovative programming and initiatives to address the needs of our partners. In addition, we approach our work from a social justice lens that provides creative solutions as well as equitable outcomes.

Our areas of expertise are Electric, Connected, Autonomous & Shared Vehicles. We help companies, consumers, policy-makers, auto manufacturers and other stakeholders to understand the powerful benefits of driving electric and alt-fuel vehicles. We provide practical, objective information to help select the best vehicles and strategies for their specific needs of our clients.

The Opportunity:
The way companies, consumers and the country looks at transportation is rapidly changing.  We work to accelerate the shift to affordable, next-generation vehicles powered by clean, sustainable, affordable, domestic electricity to reduce our nation’s dependence on petroleum and improve the global environment. EVNoire simplifies the process of E-Mobility and sustainable transportation. What sets our team apart is, we approach this new innovation through a Technology, Equity and Public Health Lens addressing the fact that a one size fits all approach isn’t the best fit for most companies or consumers.

EVNoire also founded EVHybridNoire, a non profit that is the Nation’s Largest Network of Diverse Electric Vehicle (EV) Drivers and Enthusiasts. With members across the country EVHybridNoire serves as the voice of diverse communities in the Mobility space. We are the first national, multicultural organization focused on energy, transportation and environmental equity, providing access for all to next generation vehicles [Electric, Connected, Shared and Autonomous vehicles]. Our focus involves expanding charging infrastructure, education, public policy advocacy as well as providing resources and access to underserved and diverse communities around affordable clean and sustainable energy vehicles and platforms. 

One of our special areas of focus is engaging diverse audiences in this conversation, including:

  • Diverse communities (African American, LatinX & Asian)
  • Disadvantaged/Underserved communities
  • Women (Fastest Growth Sector)
  • Young Professionals – Gen X, Y & Z
  • Immigrant and Refugee, along with Rural communities
  • Multi-Unit Residents (Individuals that live in Apartments/Condos)
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