National Drive Electric Week
Old Saybrook, CT
Sep 14, 2015
|Day:||Monday, September 14, 2015 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||5pm to 8pm|
New Big Y World Class Market
22 Spencer Plains Road
Old Saybrook, CT 06457
photo by: Dave Oliveria
Group Photo (12 EV/PHEVs in Big Y Market parking lot)
Come join us at the new Big Y World Class Market on Monday, September 14, for an after work Electric Vehicle (EV) Tailgate Party!
Pictures from 2014 NDEW Event at CCSU, New Britain, CT
Big Y has graciously let us use their parking lot with their new dual use EV Charging station. And they are also hosting the event with hot dogs, water, chips and more for the tailgate party!
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 (and have the right number of hot dogs on hand for you!).
Directions to Big Y Old Saybrook; On Interstate 95, take exit 66 and turn South onto Route 166. Continue to first traffic light and turn left into the new Big Y shopping center. Follow white NDEW lawn signs to our event! Reserved parking for EV/Plug-in EV owners along the 'cobble stone' parking area. Look for our green and white NDEW sign!
NEEAA is involved with eight other sites across Connecticut. The full list can be reviewed here and includes hyperlinks to their NDEW sites. http://neeaa.org/2015-NDEW-CT.pdf
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 37 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Ford Focus Electric||2|
|Tesla Model S||2|
|Ford C-MAX Energi||1|
|Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)||1|
Registered attendees report 265,445 electric miles driven.