National Drive Electric Week

National Drive Electric Week
New Britain, CT
Sep 28, 2022

Day: Wednesday, September 28, 2022 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.
Time: 3:00 - 7:00 pm EDT
Location: Central Connecticut State University
Student Center Parking Lot
Ella T. Grasso Blvd.
New Britain, CT 06050
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Event Report

An old nissan that was converted to be electric.
Ford F-150 Lightning.

Event Description

 

Are you EV curious? Join local electric vehicle (EV) owners, enthusiasts, and the general public and learn about electric vehicles, their clean-air benefits, cost-savings, and check out the EVs on display.
Test drive an electric car, visit with exhibitors, and learn how easy it is to drive and convert EVs.

Vendor tables are available for organizations, governmental agencies, and/or others wishing to share information about EVs.

All activities will take place in the Student Center Parking Lot, located along Ella T. Grasso Blvd.

This is the longest continuously running National Drive Electric event in the United States. Please bring your electric cars and share your experiences.

This Drive Electric event is brought to you by the CCSU Geography Department and the Global Environmental Sustainability Action Coalition.

About Global Environmental Action Coalition:
The Global Environmental Sustainability Action Coalition is a grassroots group of current and former CCSU students, administrators, and faculty, committed to providing cross-disciplinary information and solutions on how to live our lives in a way that is sustainable and in harmony with nature. Founded initially as the CCSU Climate Action Coalition in 2007, we have since expanded our scope to the larger issue of environmental sustainability. In 2008, we held our inaugural Global Sustainability and Climate Change Symposium in support of Focus the Nation. At this three day event, more than 1,000 people, including college faculty & students, K-12 school students and teachers, community members, non-governmental organizations, and federal and state governmental officials attended.
GESAC WEBSITE: https://www.ccsu.edu/gesac/about.html 


About Central Connecticut State University Geography Department:

The CCSU Geography Department offers a BA Degree in Geography with a specialization in Environmental Geography & Sustainability and a MS Degree in Geography with a specialization in Global Sustainability. These degrees are ideal for students interested in understanding human interactions with the social, economic, and environmental systems of the Earth. Students develop a deeper understanding of the interplay between the social, economic, and natural systems of the Earth and how to transition humanity towards social justice, economic justice, and environmental justice. Upon graduation, students are eligible for careers in fields such as climate change/justice, social justice, economic justice, natural resource management, environmental & sustainable planning, outdoor/environmental education, environmental assessment/monitoring/restoration, and air/water/soil pollution prevention, and waste reduction/reuse/recycling.

CCSU GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT WEBSITE: https://www.ccsu.edu/geography/about/index.html  

Registered Attendees

There are currently 47 attendees registered.

Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend

Vehicle Registered
Tesla Model 3 7
Nissan Leaf (2018+) 2
Tesla Model S 2
Tesla Model Y 2
Chevrolet Bolt 1
EV Conversion 1
Ford C-MAX Energi 1
Ford F-150 Lightning 1
Ioniq Electric 1
MINI Cooper SE Hardtop 2 Door 1
Toyota Prius Prime 1
11 Models 20

Registered attendees report 856,831 electric miles driven.

Presented By

Plugin America
Electric Vehicle Association
Sierra Club
EVHybridNoire

Platinum Level Sponsors

Silver Level Sponsors

Bronze Level Sponsor

All NDEW 2023 sponsors support Plug In America's coordination of National Drive Electric Week.

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