Alternative fuel vehicles--such as those using biofuels, electricity, or natural gas--can provide fuel savings, performance improvements, and reduced harmful emissions compared to conventional vehicles. Promoting the use of alternative fuel vehicles offers Rhode Island an invaluable opportunity to meet climate goals while generating consumer and economic benefits. The Office of Energy Resources is committed to exploring strategies that make the transportation sector cleaner and more affordable for Rhode Island citizens and businesses.
In partnership with National Grid, the OER has implemented the installation of 50 electric vehicle charging stations throughout Rhode Island. Charging is free at each station (with some limitations to access depending on the site). Please use your ChargePoint card to access a station or call the toll-free number located on the station. For current information about a station's availability, visit www.chargepoint.com. In addition, please use the map below to locate other alternative fueling stations such as CNG, propane, or biodiesel!
For a PDF of all site locations and addresses, click here
For additional information regarding alternatively fueled vehicles, visit the U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuels Data Center.
For further information, please contact:
Office of Energy Resources