National Drive Electric Week - Middletown
|Day:||Sunday, September 18, 2016 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||10am - 3pm|
Middletown High School
200 La Rosa Ln
Middletown, CT 06457
Our NDEW event was held at Middletown High School as a part of the Cat Tales non-profit organization's Fast and Furriest Car Show. We had our own section with five plug-ins on display; a Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S, Ford C-Max Energi, BMW i3 Rex, and a Chevy Volt. Over 150 stopped by the exhibit to talk EVs with our team.
photo by: Dave Oliveria
Dave's Leaf, Rich's Model S, Joe's C-Max Energi, Jeff's i3 Rex, and Susan's Volt on display.
Come join us at the Cat Tales Car Show, Middletown High School on Sunday, September 18th.
Want more information on Cat Tales Car Show? Go here for their website: www.cattalesct.org/fast-and-furriest-car-show/
Have an Electric Vehicle (or Plug-in)? Bring your EV/Plug-In to the event to show it off and answer questions. The charging station will be available to recharge while you're there!
Want to learn more about owning an EV/Plug-In? Come visit and ask real owners about their experiences.
In all cases, we encourage you to register to attend to help us better plan the event.Directions to Middletown High School; On Route 9 North, take exit 19 and left through the light at end of ramp. Drive approx. 1/4 mile and take 2nd traffic light left onto Route 3. Continue through two traffic lights and turn right at third light onto La Rosa Lane. Continue to the school and follow the white NDEW lawn signs to the event.
NEEAA is involved with other sites across Connecticut. Check out the full list here.
Plug In America Public Service Announcements - Here are some fun videos promoting EVs, brought to you as a public service by Plug In America. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB8A30D58E1AF9DB5
There are currently 16 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|BMW i3 REx||1|
|Ford C-MAX Energi||1|
|Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)||1|
|Nissan Leaf (2018)||1|
|Tesla Model S||1|
Registered attendees report 124,824 electric miles driven.