National Drive Electric Week

National Drive Electric Week - Orem

Day: Saturday, September 21, 2019 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.
Time: 11am-3pm
Location: Clean Fuels Utah
35 E 400 S
Orem, UT 84058
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Event Report

We had a fantastic turnout this year! Thank you to Tesla SLC for supplying the Model X and Powerwall, BMW Pleasant Grove for the i8 and i3, Scooter Lounge for the electric bikes scooters and Vespa, and Monarch Powersports for the Zeros and UPCO. Thank you to Clean Fuels Utah for providing the location and additional vehicles.

Also thank you to representative Raymond Ward, Matt Carlisle, and Michelle Brown for informing us about state incentives for EVs and charging.

And especially a huge thank you for all of the enthusiastic owners who brought out their personal EVs to show to the public! It makes such a difference when people get to talk to actual owners who can share their experiences driving electric. We also want to thank the members of the public that attended to learn more about EVs, we hope that you will consider an electric vehicle when it comes time to make your next purchase.

Thank you to Samuel Bona who work tirelessly to promote and publicize the event. He was instrumental in putting this together. We plan on doing it again next year!

We would love to hear what you had to say about the event. Email Samuel at Samjaybona@gmail.com or Derek at info@cleanfuelsutah.com with your questions, comments or concerns. 

photo by: Samuel Bona, Clean Fuels Utah.
Representative Raymond Ward talking with two EV owners next to a BMW i8 and Tesla Model X.

More photos from this event.

Event Description

 

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September 21st, 2019 from 11am to 3pm

35 East, 400 South Orem UT 84058


**Please RSVP in advance so we can get an accurate headcount**


This year Clean Fuels Utah is hosting the annual “National Drive Electric Week” Event for Utah! We will have a selection of new and used Battery Electric Vehicles on display ranging from the classic and economical Nissan LEAF and Chevrolet Bolt, to the likes of Tesla, BMW and Audi. This year we are also pleased to say that there will be a selection of Electric Motorcycles including Zero and Harley Davidson. EV owners are invited to bring their electric vehicles to the event to showcase to others who haven't had the chance to see how great these cars are.

 

info@cleanfuelsutah.com

 801-802-6080

 

RSVP

September 21st, 2019 from 11am to 3pm

35 East, 400 South Orem UT 84058

 

 



The speakers will begin at 12:30 and will consist of the following:
 

-Utah EV owners sharing their experiences going all electric-

-Representative Raymond Ward of Bountiful Utah-

-Leaders for Clean Air-

-Coalition for Clean Cities- 

- Utah Department of Environmental Quality-



 

Vehicles and booths will be provided by:

 

-Audi of Lehi

-Porsche of Lehi

-Clean Fuels Utah

-Monarch Powersports

-Harley Davidson of SLC 

-BMW of PG

-Tesla Motors

-The Scooter Lounge

-Vanderhall

-Leaders for Clean Air

-Coalition for Clean Cities

-Utah Department of Environmental Quality

-Chargepoint


Subject to change as some organizations may opt in, or out of this event.

Clean Fuels Utah, 2019

Last updated: 9/19/2019

Registered Attendees

There are currently 91 attendees registered.

Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend

Vehicle Registered
Tesla Model 3 7
Nissan Leaf (2011-2017) 6
Chevy Spark EV 3
Tesla Model S 3
Chevrolet Bolt 2
Chevrolet Volt 2
Fiat 500e 2
Zero Motorcycle 2
Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 1
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 1
Nissan Leaf (2018+) 1
Smart fortwo electric drive 1
Tesla Model X 1
13 Models 32

Registered attendees report 664,689 electric miles driven.

Presented By

Platinum Level Sponsor

Nissan LEAF® is the exclusive automotive sponsor of National Drive Electric Week™

Silver Level California Regional Sponsor

Bronze Level Michigan Regional Sponsor

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