Join us at the Oxnard National Drive Electric Week Electric Vehicle Showcase
Sunday, September 22nd. 2019, 9:30am to 3:00pm at the Channel Islands Harbor.
3610 South Harbor Blvd, West Channel Park, between Cabezone Circle and Barracuda Way, just south of the Farmers Market.
If you are interested in electric vehicles and would like to learn more about them, plan to visit and check the variety of electric vehicles that will be on display. Talk to EV owners and learn from their experience and experiences. Register to attend the event (click the blue register button at the top of this page, take the survey and you'll be entered to win a chance at a $250).
If you are an EV owner - register and bring your car to the event (click the blue register button at the top of this page take the survey and you'll be entered to win a chance at a $250). Share your real life experience about driving an EV with others in your community and network with your fellow EV drivers. This is an opportunity for us to come together to make connections and influence change.
Vehicles on display by their owners will be current models and included among them are some vintage cars, neighborhood vehicles, bikes and even watercraft.
This National Drive Electric Week event is presented by Plug In America, the Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association. Local sponsors include the Los Padres Chapter Sierra Club and the Sustainability Council of Ventura County. On the ground support and organization is being provided by the EV Advocates of Ventura County.
Volunteers are needed to help spread the word, distribute flyers before and during the day of the event, setup and to have a good time mingling with EV drivers. Sign up using the volunteer button at the top of this page.
If you can not make it to this event on the weekend, there will be another National Drive Electric Week event with a Ride and Drive at the Ventura County Government Center on Tuesday September 17th. https://driveelectricweek.org/event.php?eventid=1976
There are currently 53 attendees registered.
Registered attendees report 570,333 electric miles driven.