National Drive Electric Week
Sep 16, 2017
|Saturday, September 16, 2017 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.
|10am - 4pm
|Whole Foods Knoxville
6730 Papermill Dr NW
Knoxville, TN 37919
The Knoxville EV Association (KEVA), East Tennessee Clean Fuels (ETCF), and Black Bear Solar Institute's National Drive Electric Week Event at Whole Foods on Saturday, September 16 was a great event!
We had 15 EVs, with nine different models/styles represented (Chevy Volt & Bolt, Nissan LEAF, Tesla Model X & S, Honda Ensight, and 3 custom built vehicles). Whole Foods' two EV charging stations were also front and center. We gave over 55 ride and drives, with one of East Tennessee's first Chevy Bolts stealing the show with dozens of test drives! We estimate approximately 150 people participated and attended, and over 175 one-on-one conversations took place between our volunteers and members of the public about EVs.
Our local NBC affiliate featured the event on their website and on their broadcast that evening
photo by: East Tennessee Clean Fuels
No name for man in military uniform. Will Schleter. Chevy Volt.
Knoxville Electric Vehicle Association Drive Electric Week
Knoxville Electric Vehicle Association (KEVA) is excited to present its annual National Drive Electric Week gathering on Saturday September 16
This year Whole Foods Market Knoxville has joined in as our host at 6730 Papermill Drive NW!
Please meet us at Whole Foods Market from 10 am to 4 pm
Talk to long-time owners of Electric Vehicles and learn more about the many awesome Electric Vehicles available now
Come by and drive yourself in an all-electric Nissan LEAF or ride in one of the other factory built or owner-converted electric vehicles!
Learn about public Electric Vehicle charging at the Whole Foods Market EV charging stations
Register by clicking the blue button at the top of this page and you'll be entered to win a chance at a $250 gift card
We Look Forward to Seeing You There!
There are currently 25 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)
|Other Plug-In Vehicle
|Tesla Model S
Registered attendees report 196,719 electric miles driven.
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