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Destination Electric

Destination Electric

Destination Electric shows drivers in the Northeast that driving electric can seamlessly fold into their lifestyle by highlighting local businesses, venues and attractions with convenient public charging stations nearby.

Click here to see all the Northeast states and businesses participating in Destination Electric.

New Jersey Destination Electric Communities

Red Bank (Newly Launched!)

Supporting the next level of transportation technology is well-suited for Red Bank, which sits on the Navesink River and was once a key transportation corridor to the Jersey shore. Today, the borough is a destination for dining and shopping, as well as a cultural arts hub for music, theater and more.

View DEP's latest News Release about the addition of Red Bank as a Destination Electric locale. Check out this Green City Guide with a sample itinerary and travel tips for an EV-friendly weekend in Red Bank. Explore all of Red Bank's participating businesses here.

Red Bank Waterfront
Red Bank Business

Jersey City

Just west of the Hudson River, Jersey City lays home to Liberty State Park and sports many local, unique shoppes and family businesses. There are dozens of charging ports available for public use in this small but commanding city, and don't forget the breath-taking views of the Statue of Liberty and New York City skyline.

Click here to see all of the participating Jersey City Destination Electric businesses

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Jersey City Business

Princeton

Located within an hour from New York City and Philadelphia, Princeton is the perfect place to travel in an electric vehicle. With picturesque and historic architecture, a variety of local business and many convenient locations to charge your EV, you can travel in an eco-friendly and sustainable way.

Click here to see all of the participating Princeton Destination Electric businesses

Princeton Skyline
Princeton Business