National Drive Electric Week
Sep 12, 2018
|Day:||Wednesday, September 12, 2018 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.|
|Time:||6:30 PM to 9:00 PM|
|Location:||CU Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex
4001 Discovery Dr
Boulder, CO 80303
We had great National Drive Electric Week event with The Colorado Renewable Energy Society, we had great speakers review policy in Colorado, several community members came out to network and learn more about the benefits of driving electric.
photo by: Diego Lopez
A Variety of models of electric vehicles were used to get to the National Drive Electric Week Event. EV owners were able to network and speak to others about the benefits of Electric Vehicles.
All attendees and volunteers are required to wear face masks whenever they are within six feet of another person at all National Drive Electric Week 2022 events. Please see this information about how to improve how your mask protects you. For more information, see our in-person event safety requirements.
Sparking the EV Transition: A Policy Toolkit for Local Government
Parking is available in Lot 556
The West Entrance Circle Lot (550) is pay-by-hour at all times
The Colorado Renewable Energy Society will host an Event in Boulder on the 12th.
A coalition of EV advocates, including the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP), is launching the GoEVCity campaign and working with Colorado communities to transition their municipal, public transit, taxi/TNC, and public fleets to 100% electric vehicles. The presentation will outline a list of policies and programs that city, county, and state governments can use to electrify their transportation system. Our Speaker, Matt Frommer, will also lead a discussion on the status of Colorado’s adoption of the California Advanced Clean Car Standards in response to the Trump Administration’s rollback of vehicle fuel efficiency standards.
Matt Frommer is an associate in SWEEP’s transportation program, which focuses on strategies to expand the adoption of electric vehicles, improve the fuel efficiency of the vehicle fleet, and to reduce motor vehicle use. Matt received a Masters of the Environment in Sustainable Planning and Management from the University of Colorado in 2017. He focused his graduate studies on the electrification of rideshare fleets, and the expansion of electric-vehicle charging infrastructure in Colorado. Matt completed a capstone project with Rocky Mountain Institute’s Mobility Transportation team before joining SWEEP. Previously, he worked with Colorado’s rural communities to promote environmental education and stewardship, while also helping them diversify their local economies.
Interested in going? Please go to this link and let us know.
This meeting is free for CRES members. There is a $5 suggested donation for non-members. Learn more about CRES, and the benefits of membership at https://www.cres-energy.org/
There are currently 6 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)||1|
|Nissan Leaf (2018+)||1|
|Tesla Model X||1|
Registered attendees report 100,000 electric miles driven.