Paul Scott is a lifelong environmental advocate, he co-founded Plug In America in 2005 to galvanize support and advocate for the manufacture of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrids that reduce America’s dependence on petroleum, boost America's economy, and improve the global environment. Paul helped create DontCrush.com, Plug In America’s predecessor, a grassroots group that single-handedly prevented some 1,000 production EVs from being destroyed by the auto companies that manufactured them. He is among the key figures featured in “Who Killed the Electric Car?” the 2006 documentary distributed by Sony Pictures Classics, and he consulted for the follow up, "Revenge of the Electric Car." Paul owned a 2002 Toyota RAV4 EV for eight years, which he drove on sunshine generated by the photovoltaic panels on his home. He now owns a 2012 Nissan LEAF and a Zero electric motorcycle.