National Drive Electric Week

National Drive Electric Week
Boise, ID
Sep 11, 2016

Day: Sunday, September 11, 2016 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.
Location: Boise, ID 83702
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The Boise National Drive Electric Week Car Show on Sunday September 11th was a terrific event with good turnout. It was the largest EV show in Idaho history with 52 electric vehicles on display from local owners and dealers, along with 15 electric bikes and one solar go-kart. Mayor David H Bieter of the City of Boise issued a proclamation in honor of Drive Electric Week in Boise and had his plug-in electric hybrid at the event on display with information about the City of Boise's work with fleet electrification. Local event organizers were Idaho Sierra Club, Idaho Power and Treasure Valley Clean Cities Coalition. Additional event partners included American Lung Association in Idaho, Idaho National Laboratory, Boise State University, City of Boise, Dennis Dillon, Fairly Reliable Bob's, Lyle Pearson, Boise Electric Bikes, Idaho Mountain Touring, Auric Solar, Altenergy, Aurora, Empowered Solar, Blue Lightening Solar, GreenSpeed Research.

photo by: Casey Mattoon, Idaho Sierra Club
The Ford Fusion is the first of six electric and plug-in electric hybrid vehicles in the City of Boise Municipal Fleet. This happens to be Mayor David H Bieter's car. In hte background you can see other electric vehicles and an array of electric bikes!

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Plugin America
Electric Auto Association
Sierra Club

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