National Drive Electric Week
Duke Farms Online: EV 101 with Central Jersey Electric Auto Association
Sep 28, 2020
|Note:||This is an online only event with no physical location due to Coronavirus issues.|
|Day:||Monday, September 28, 2020|
|Time:||2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern Time|
|Topics:||Cost of Ownership
Local Public Charging
Duke Farms Online: EV 101 with Central Jersey Electric Auto Association Sep. 28, 2 - 3 PM Eastern Time
Please join us as we partner with Duke Farms for an online EV 101 talk on Monday Sep 28th, 2 - 3 PM Eastern Time.
CJEAA President Stan Jaracz will discuss the benefits of driving electric, debunk the myths, share resources to look at plug-in vehicle models and to locate charge locations, along with discussing his EV, charging and road trip/s.
Cathleen Lewis, Outreach Coordinator for NJ BPU, will join this event to review NJ incentives/rebates for plug-in purchase and leases, and to discuss NJ charging infrastructure.
We hope to spread the love of driving electric, and the many cost savings too.
Please click RSVP to register for EV-101 webinar. Due to expectations that this event will reach the limit for number of attendees, please confirm attendance via host Duke Farms site below, by selecting 'Classes & Events' on top and scrolling to Sep 28, and click 'Webinar: Electric Vehicles 101' to sign up.
Confirm on Duke Farms below, using steps noted above:
If you're confirmed on Duke Farms, a webinar link will be emailed 30 minutes before the event. If EV-101 webinar link is not found in email at that time, please check Spam, Junk or Promotions folders.
Folks may wish to check out NJ sites below to see the excellent incentives which NJ offers for buying or leasing EV's/PHEV's and more on NJ's commitment to driving electric:
Thanks for your interest in driving electric!
Duke Farms has over 1000 acres for the public to enjoy (in recent months open Mon-Fri, see site above for latest hours). As a leader of environmental stewardship, Duke Farms is a welcoming and wonderful setting to explore while charging up an electric vehicle. Duke Farms has 18 miles of trails through woods, meadows and lakes, plus fountains, sculptures, more. Many trails are stroller and wheelchair accessible.
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There are currently 25 attendees registered.
Registered attendees report 120,521 electric miles driven.