National Drive Electric Week is presented by Plug In America Sierra Club Electric Auto Association

National Drive Electric Week Event - Orlando

Day: Sunday, September 29, 2013 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.
Time: 10 am - 2 pm
Location: Lake Eola - E. Washington St. Cul-de-sac @ N. Eola Dr.
512 E. Washington Street
Orlando, FL 32801
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Event Report

photo by: Get Ready Central Florida
Photo of participants at the 2013 NPID in ORlando. This year we had tripled the number of display vehicles from last year, with 35 demonstration vehicles. There were about 1000 attendees and about 15 people participated in Ride and Drives.

Event Description



Vehicle Exhibits – View the latest, coolest Electric Vehicles (EVs) currently on the market and hear from Industry Experts & Vehicles Owners. 


Charging Stations – Learn about Level 1, 2 & DC Fast Charging in Orlando.  There are over 300 Public Charging stations in Central Florida and ten within 1 mile of Lake Eola.


EV Car Sharing / Leasing – Discover the benefits of EV Car Leasing & learn about EV & hotel package deals .  Find out about the City’s Green Works car sharing program.  


Ride and Drives – EV Test Drives are planned, so prepare to take an EV for a ride around Lake Eola.     


Electric Vehicle Procession - The event will conclude with a procession of electric vehicles.


For information on Electric Transportation in Central Florida, visit

As of September 25th we have 30 Electric Demonstration Vehicles registered.  All makes & models from Tesla, Nissan, Chevy, Toyota, Ford, Brammo and others.  Come check it out! 

Registered Attendees

There are currently 107 attendees registered.

Plug-In Vehicles Registered by Attendees

Vehicle Registered
Chevrolet Volt 13
Nissan LEAF 7
Tesla Model S 6
Brammo 1
Other 1
5 Models 28

Registered attendees report electric miles driven.

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