It is the Time of Cancellations

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Numerous Events Canceled If you have looked at the event calendar, it becomes very apparent that due to public health precautions, all of our EV showcase events, at least through the end of April, have … Read more

Club President Attends Tesla Cybertruck Reveal

Tesla Cybertruck at the reveal event

Club president Bruce Becker was invited by Tesla to attend the Cybertruck reveal. The event took place on Nov. 21 at 9:00 PM Pacific Time. The early reviews of the design have been somewhat divided. … Read more

EV Showcase at 2019 STEAMFest

The EV Club staged a small showcase at a well-attended event called STEAMFest, presented by Sustainne with (and at) Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport. This event covered numerous topics related to energy efficiency, zero-waste, raising … Read more

Green Wheels Expo Draws Big Crowd

Green Wheels Expo, Sustainable Fairfield

The Green Wheels Expo, one of many Drive Electric Week events being held around the country, had its strongest showing ever. Over 70 EV owners exhibited their vehicles, along with 7 dealers and Tesla who … Read more

EV Showcase on July 14 at Fairfield Farmers Market

EV Showcase July 2019

EV Showcase at Fairfield Farmers Market

The EV Club of CT is pleased to showcase 6 electric vehicles at the July 14 Fairfield Farmers Market at the Sherman Green in Fairfield. Please shop the market and visit us at the showcase in the parking lot behind the market from 10 am until 2 pm to check out the cars and discuss all things EV. This event is designed to help consumers make the transition to EVs.

 

Gas and diesel-powered vehicles are the largest contributors to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and a large proportion of urban air pollution in the US. Switching to electric vehicles makes for a quiet and clean ride with zero tailpipe emissions and a fraction of the maintenance since there are so few moving parts.

EV Showcase July 2019

The EV Club of CT will be showcasing Tesla models X, S and 3, a Chevy Volt, a Nissan Leaf and a BMWi3 to help guests learn about electric cars on the market, how easy and convenient they are to maintain, how much fun they are to drive, what smart and autonomous features each offers, and how to charge them at home and on the road.

Incentives from the state and federal government can significantly reduce the cost of a new EV (purchase/lease) and many affordable used electric cars are now on the market, including the Certified Pre-Owned BMWi3 being showcased.

Charging Up Consumers To Drive EVs

Jaguar I-Pace

How to Sell an Electric Vehicle One of the local automobile dealers once told me that the best way to sell an EV was to take it one customer at a time. Let the prospective … Read more