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Surprise LES Webinar Recording! Electric Vehicles in the Granite State

Title: Electric Vehicles in the Granite State When: Recorded 9/25/19 Recording Link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/2713170687637513991 Blurb: Looking for a one stop shop of information on all things Electric Vehicles in the Granite State? Look no further. Brianna Brand, Senior […]

Free Event, September 27, 2019: The Bi-State Electric Vehicle Connector

 

The Vermont Clean Cities and Granite State Clean Cities Coalitions invite fleets, businesses and municipalities to attend the Bi-State Electric Vehicle Connector.

This FREE one-day event will be held on Friday, September 27, 2019 at Hypertherm, 71 Heater Road, Lebanon, NH 03766. Registration check-in & refreshments begin at 8:30 a.m. The agenda runs […]

It’s Electric-Time to Plug In for Drive Electric Week in Vermont

The week of Sep 14-Sep 22 is National Drive Electric Week. There are numerous Vermont events, so we are hoping you can attend an event near you to plug into the electric car evolution.

See the video of Vermont Lt. Governor David Zuckerman inviting you to attend Saturday’s Montpelier Drive Electric Day.

Sierra Club Lead […]

Free EV Event: Bi-State Electric Vehicle Connector

***Electrification***

Trucks, Buses, Lawn Mowers, Solar …

How can you harness this power?

You are invited to participate in a FREE EVENT:

The Bi-State Electric Vehicle Connector

(Hosted by the Granite State &Vermont Clean Cities Coalitions)

Interested […]

Statement of Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell on Vermont’s Progress Promoting Electric Vehicles

Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell joined Governor Phil Scott, members of his administration and other energy leaders on July 11, 2019 at a news conference highlighting state efforts to expand the adoption of electric vehicles and further the electrification of Vermont’s transportation sector to reduce carbon. Powell issued the following statement in […]

Haven’t you wondered what electric vehicles are like up close?

Find your nearest Drive Electric Earth Day event!

Transportation is now the largest source of carbon emissions in the U.S. In celebration of Earth Day and the fact that we must transition transportation to be fossil fuel-free, Drive Electric Earth Day events will be showcasing the many shapes […]

Vermont PUC Decision on EV Charging — ChargePoint Statement

On January 23, 2019, the Vermont Public Utilities Commission (PUC) issued a major decision that will stimulate investment in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and accelerate the transition to electric mobility in Vermont and the Northeast.

The PUC’s order reduces regulatory uncertainty and ensures that owners and operators of EV charging can set pricing at […]

Nov. 1st DEC Lunch: Electric Vehicles in Norway: Policy and Implementation Lessons

The next Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Lunch will be held on November 1st – We hope to see you there! Electric Vehicles in Norway: Policy and Implementation Lessons Norway is the world leader in sales of electric vehicles with 25% of new car sales now electrified. A team of Tuck students visited the country last spring […]

From Boston to the DC Beltway, it’s time to transform transportation – attend our webinar

WEBINAR INVITATION Transforming Transportation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

Is your commute driving you nuts? Tired of choking on tailpipe exhaust?

Our transportation system—how we move people and goods from point A to point B—is not working for far too many people.Furthermore, it is a major source of air pollution and the largest […]

Charging Your EV From Home

Remi relaxes in her mobile dog house. Credit: Greg Whitchurch.

Greg Whitchurch

The reviews, the government agency reports, and the science are in: electric cars are faster, more powerful, quieter, more comfortable, cleaner, less polluting, safer to ride in (http://bit. do/ev-safety) and cheaper than Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) cars. So why do people still […]