National Drive Electric Week went heavily virtual this year and we went with it. Many hosts organized large – national scale events on great topics that would normally have been addressed during our in-person event. So, we went hyper-local with the help of our 4 presenters. We met with the Austin Energy Emerging Tech team, learned about what to avoid when installing home charging with Smart Charge America, visited Moment Motors, an Austin based custom electric vehicle shop, and learned about state-wide issues to watch during the upcoming legislative session with TxETRA. Thanks so much to our presenters: Amy Atchley and Bobby Godsey from Austin Energy, Marc Davis with Moment Motor Co., Joseph Barletta from Smart Charge America, and Tom “Smitty” Smith from TxETRA. AND, all the AustinEV members who brought their great questions. We all had a great time!
Join us for a series of hour-long online sessions to celebrate this year’s National Drive Electric Week. Meet with the Austin Energy Emerging Tech team, learn about what to avoid when installing home charging with Smart Charge America, visit Moment Motors, an Austin based custom electric vehicle shop, and learn about state-wide efforts to watch during the upcoming legislative session.
Please register for the event here to receive access to the links for the virtual sessions.
Current Agenda –
Sept 28 – noon – 1pm – lunch with the Austin Energy emerging tech team (Meet with Amy Atchley and Bobby Godsey to discuss Austin Energy transportation electrification efforts)
Sept 29 – 6:30 – 7:30 pm – an evening chat and virtual tour with Marc Davis with Moment Motors (building custom conversions in Austin, TX, virtual tour and Q&A)
Sept 30 – noon – 1pm – lunch with Smart Charge America’s Joseph Barletta (planning your home charger install, charging infrastructure and Q&A)
Oct 1 – 6:30 – 7:30 pm – an evening with TXETRA’s Tom “Smitty” Smith (state-wide initiatives, opportunities at the next legislative session and Q&A)
There are currently 46 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
Tesla Model 3
Tesla Model Y
Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)
Nissan Leaf (2018+)
Tesla Model S
Tesla Model X
BMW i3 REx
Toyota RAV4 EV (2012 and later)
Registered attendees report 757,563 electric miles driven.