In 2009, a group of utility companies based in New England formed the Regional Electric Vehicle Initiative (REVI) to encourage collaboration among entities interested in advancing electric transportation.

REVI’s current members include:

Company Profiles

Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative
Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative (CMEEC), a joint action supply and transmission agency established by the state’s municipal electric utilities, is owned by the Cities of Groton and Norwich, the Borough of Jewett City, and South and East Norwalk. CMEEC provides all power requirements for other participating utilities, including the Town of Wallingford Department of Public Utilities, the Bozrah Light and Power Company, and the Mohegan Tribal Utility Authority. Selected CMEEC utilities were chosen by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2009 to participate in a Smart Grid Investment Grant program; the ConnSMART program will run from 2010 to 2015. More at
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company
Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC), through a public energy partnership established in 1969, provides the services, expertise and strategic vision to help municipal utilities optimize their energy resources and find value in the shifting structure of New England's wholesale power markets. In 1976, MMWEC became a non-profit, public corporation and political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Twenty Massachusetts municipal utilities are members of the MMWEC organization and 28 are participants in MMWEC's power supply projects. More at 
National Grid
National Grid is an international energy delivery company. In the U.S., National Grid delivers electricity to approximately 3.3 million customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island, and manages the electricity network on Long Island under an agreement with the Long Island Power Authority. National Grid is the largest power producer in New York State, owning 6,650 megawatts of electricity generation that provides power to over one million LIPA customers and supplies roughly a quarter of New York City's electricity needs. It is also the largest distributor of natural gas in the northeastern U.S., serving approximately 3.4 million customers in New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. More at
Eversource Energy
Eversource Energy (NYSE: ES), a Fortune 500 and Standard & Poor's 500 energy company based in Connecticut and Massachusetts, operates New England’s largest energy delivery system. Eversource is committed to safety, reliability, environmental leadership and stewardship, and expanding energy options for its more than 3.6 million electricity and natural gas customers. For more information on Eversource Energy and its subsidiaries, visit the Eversource web site at

Eversource’s operating companies include: Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) dba Eversource , NSTAR Electric (NSTAR) dba Eversource , Western Massachusetts Electric (WMECo) dba Eversource ,  Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) dba Eversource , NSTAR Gas (NSTAR) dba Eversource  and Yankee Gas dba Eversource .
The United Illuminating Company
The United Illuminating Company (UI), based in New Haven, Connecticut, is a regional electric distribution company established in 1899. UI is engaged in the purchase, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity and related services to 324,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in the Greater New Haven and Bridgeport areas. UI's parent company, UIL Holdings Corporation, is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol UIL. More at: 
Long Island Power Authority
Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), a non-profit municipal electric provider, owns the retail electric Transmission and Distribution System on Long Island and provides electric service to more than 1.1 million customers in Nassau and Suffolk counties and the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens. LIPA is the 2nd largest municipal electric utility in the nation in terms of electric revenues, 3rd largest in terms of customers served and the 7th largest in terms of electricity delivered. LIPA does not provide natural gas service or own any on-island generating assets. More information about LIPA can be found online at
New York Power Authority
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) is America's largest state power organization, with 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines. State and federal regulations shape NYPA's diverse customer base, which includes large and small businesses, not-for-profit organizations, community-owned electric systems and rural electric cooperatives and government entities. We are also a national leader in promoting energy efficiency, the development of clean energy technologies and electric vehicles. Our energy services projects can be found throughout New York State, saving money and megawatts while helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions. More information about NYPA can be found online at


REVI’s members serve customers throughout the Northeast as shown in map.

REVI members actively participate in other regional and national alliances to advance EVs, including: