National Drive Electric Week - Atlantic City
|Day:||Tuesday, September 15, 2015 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||Noon to 2:00 pm|
ACUA Wastewater Treatment Plant
1801 Absecon Blvd.
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Electric vehicle enthusiasts from far and wide came to celebrate National Drive Electric Week with us on Tuesday, September 15, at our Wastewater Treatment Facility. Visitors and speakers included:
- Members of the local public with electric vehicles from Teslas to Nissan Leafs
- Reporters from The Press of Atlantic City and SNJ Today
- Members of the New Jersey Electric Auto Association
- Leaders from our electric utility company, Atlantic City Electric
- Representative from the CRDA WAVE Parking Garage, which has six charging stations in Atlantic City
- Local Nissan Dealer, Admiral Nissan
Several members of the public spoke and shared their experiences driving electric vehicles. ACUA President Rick Dovey spoke about the need for increased infrastructure in our area and the push to get other area businesses on board with electric vehicle fleets.
photo by: ACUA
Local resident Jim Donio shares information with his Tesla Model S with employees of ACUA and other members of the public.
Featured Speaker: ACUA President, Richard S. Dovey will be discussing the infrastructure needed to make this fleet possible and the need to increase electric vehicle charging stations in our area.
In addition to ACUA electric fleet vehicles, our local electricity provider, Atlantic City Electric, will be onsite to display their fleet of electric vehicles and discuss their experience, and our local Nissan dealership will also be attending. Several local residents will be there to show off their EVs, which includes a BMW i3 and a Tesla Model S.
Members of the public, local organizations and media are invited to attend.
There are currently 4 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Tesla Model S||1|
Registered attendees report 42,000 electric miles driven.
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