EC National Park Week Hub

Join the Electrification Coalition in celebrating National Park Week, April 22–30. Before and during National Park Week, we’ll amplify strategies and best practices for supporting and deploying transportation electrification on public lands. We’ll bring together leading voices from across the nation and amplify mission-critical work to protect America’s greatest treasures. Check back on this website for links to events and resources. 

Take Action Today!

Urge policymakers and local leaders to prioritize electrification in our national parks by clicking on the action alerts below


Championing Charging on Public Lands: A National Park Week Celebration 

In this special edition of our charging infrastructure webinar series, we spoke about the role EV infrastructure plays in the accessibility of our national park system, the challenges facing transportation electrification in and around national parks, the best strategies to navigate such challenges, and more.

Webinar speakers:

  • Kitty Adams, Adopt a Charger
  • Andrew Grossmann, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade
  • Rebecca Sereboff, Electrification Coalition

Gateway Community Workshop

Gateway communities will play a key role in developing infrastructure around national parks. To support gateway communities and towns surrounding national parks, on Tuesday, April 25, we hosted a free workshop for those working and living in gateway communities, focusing on applying for federal funding for transportation electrification.


The Map Ahead: Five Challenges and Five Opportunities for Electrification in the Park System

This map demonstrates how NEVI charging corridors will expand access to the National Park system for EV drivers. 

Opportunities for EVs in National Parks as Grand as the Grand Canyon

Opportunities for EVs in National Parks as Grand as the Grand Canyon

Elevated engagement and prioritization from the public and private sectors around transportation electrification will ensure the protection of America’s natural treasures from the impacts of climate change, as EVs produce zero tailpipe emissions. The EC sees an immense opportunity with national parks to electrify the park fleets and shuttle buses, and to install EV charging infrastructure at parks and at gateway communities. 

However, EV adoption in parks will come with unique challenges that other communities may not face. Electrifying National Parks and other public lands – like state parks and beaches – poses unique challenges that will require innovative and resourceful solutions.  

Click here to read the whole blog.

National Park Electrification Good Works Amplification

All day Friday, April 21, we highlighted champions working hard to electrify transportation systems in and around our national parks and shared how to support their efforts. If you’d like us to highlight any of your work going forward, please email

The Trail Forward: Electrifying the National Park System

We published a blog about the importance of EV charging at national parks, titled “The Trail Forward: Electrifying the National Park System.” In addition to detailing why electrification at parks is mission-critical, the blog features key action steps for advocates to support transportation electrification at national parks. 

Amy Malaki

Amy Malaki is the Director of Partnerships and Policy at SkyNRG and SkyNRG Americas, pioneering global leaders in sustainable aviation fuel production and supply. Prior to SkyNRG, Amy was the Associate Director for the transportation portfolio at the ClimateWorks Foundation where she developed philanthropic investment strategies to advance a sustainable, equitable and low-carbon mobility system. She also pioneered the organization’s international aviation decarbonization strategy. Prior to that she focused on Asia business development at Better Place, a Silicon Valley electric vehicle network startup. She has a B.A. in Chinese and China studies from the University of Washington and an M.A. in international policy studies (energy and environment) from Stanford University.