Below, find local data from the new report Road to a Fossil Free Washington: How Electric Vehicles and Renewable Energy Can Repower Washington State. More information is available on the report page, here.
Across Washington state, reliance on fossil fuels for transportation contributes to some of our biggest environmental and public health challenges. Driving emits more global warming pollution than any other part of Washington’s economy. And every year, Washingtonians spend nearly $10 billion on gasoline and diesel products imported from out of the state and country.
The driving that occurs within our state is responsible for:
Map: Find Local Data for Your City
Yellow shading represents relative solar potential. Source: NREL
Washington can repower its transportation system with clean, renewable energy. Washington has the clean energy resources to do so, and the benefits of EVs and clean energy are amplified when they go together.
To view energy data for your city - including the share of local emissions from driving, and the share of electrified transportation that could be powered by small rooftop solar - click your city on the above map, or enter your city name into the dialog box below. For more information, see our new report Road to a Fossil Free Washington.