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Drive Electric Week: Sept 14 -22

Record Number of EV Events Scheduled in Vermont

 

Join the nationwide celebration of EVs – from their growing availability to their widespread financial and environmental benefits – at a Drive Electric Week event near your community. Events include speaking with local EV owners about their experiences, test drives, presentations, music, games, and more. Whether you’re considering a purchase or curious to see what your neighbors are driving, find an event and enjoy the fun!

New Tool! Calculate the Costs of Electric vs Gasoline Vehicles

 

Our new Cost of Ownership Calculator estimates how switching to an EV could save on fuel costs by comparing how far you can go for the same price as a gallon of gasoline. Plus – learn how an EV is more efficient when it comes to maintenance and time investments.

September Electric Vehicle Events

Drive Electric Week Happenings

September 14 – 22nd, 2019

Saturday, September 14th, 11 AM – 2 PM
Vermont State House

 

Kick off Drive Electric Week with test drives, music, a raffle, and stories from EV owners across the state.

 

Saturday, September 14th, 11 AM – 3 PM
Dothan Brook School, White River Junction

 

Pre-register online for a chance to win a $250 charger and other prizes!

 

Friday, September 20th, 4 PM – 9 PM
Burlington High School

 

Join Burlington Electric Department and Drive Electric Vermont to speak with EV owners who have made the switch to electric.

 

Saturday, September 21st, 10 AM – 1 PM
Grand Isle School

 

Join Vermont Electric Coop and Drive Electric Vermont to get a closer look at EVs as their owners share their experiences with attendees. Register for a chance to win $250!

 

Saturday, September 21st, 10 AM – 4 PM
Main St. Parking Lot, Bethel

 

Join your friends and neighbors for a day of Electric Vehicle conversation, demonstration, and fun!

 

Friday, September 27th, 9 AM – 3 PM
Hypertherm, Lebanon, NH

 

Hear from fleet and industry panelists about their EV operational experiences at this business-focused event. Topics will range from off-road electric technology like commercial electric mowers to heavy duty vehicle EV options and charging infrastructure.

 

 

In The News

Stay informed of electric vehicle & Vermont clean energy issues

 

 

(Rutland Herald)

 

 

 

NormalNow.com – this retro-inspired EV website draws parallels to other modern technologies that, well, seemed pretty weird at first too!

 

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