About the Triad Electric Vehicle Association (TEVA)
Founded in Burlington, NC in 2005, TEVA is a nonprofit educational organization focused on the development of electric drive systems for vehicles of all kinds.
TEVA has partnered with Duke University, Appalachian State University, the Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVA), National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium and J.B. Dudley High School (Greensboro, NC) to develop several electric vehicle (EV) training programs. It has also participated in EV competitions such as the Shell EcoMarathon, EV Challenge, STEM Cycle Challenge and the Power of DC to help increase performance and reduce the cost of these vehicles.
TEVA is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Membership in the Triad Electric Vehicle Association
Membership in TEVA is easy. Attend a monthly meeting, provide your contact information and you will be recognized as TEVA member. There are no annual dues for maintaining your TEVA membership. Owning an electric or hybrid vehicle is not required; having an interest in the development of electric drive systems for vehicles of all kinds is desirable.
Monthly meetings are held on the 1st Saturday on the month at 9:00AM at:
2053 Willow Springs Lane
Burlington, NC 27215
TEVA is holding meetings and programs using the web based meeting tool Zoom starting in April 2020 meeting due to the Coronavirus COVID19 outbreak. Members, see your email or send a message to “info @ tevanc.org” for an invitation.