ACTT EV Symposium The Future is Here
Everything you want to know about the coming wave of cleaner, quieter, more efficient, and lower overall cost Electric Vehicles.
Saturday, June 2 , 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Moore Community Center, 133 State Street, Ellsworth, ME
Sales of EVs continue to climb nationally, and, while not yet prevalent in Maine, passenger EVs are becoming increasingly affordable. Almost all major automakers are building EVs, ramping up more models in the next couple of years, and the electrification of trucks and buses is rapidly developing. For consumers, all-electric EVs use no gas, have far lower maintenance costs, and electricity costs less than gas or diesel vehicles per mile driven. EVs are clearly the wave of the future in transportation.
Panel Discussion with Maine’s Leading EV Experts
- Mike Stoddard of Efficiency Maine
- Ben Lake of the Greater Portland Council of Governments
- Sue Ely of the Natural Resources Council of Maine
- Gordon Beck of A Climate to Thrive
Breakout Session 1: EV 101
The basics of EVs – for potential EV owners and enthusiastic EV owners who can share their experience.
Talk with EV owners, pickup your copy of a Downeast Guide to EVs, Drive Electric in Maine, and learn about the new models. A Ride & Drive session is in the planning stages.
Light snacks provided, FREE admission.
Breakout Session 2: Developing a Downeast EV Charging Corridor
This session will focus on chargers for EVs – for residents, business owners, government employees, and other stakeholders interested in working to continue to build out the EV charging infrastructure in Eastern Maine.
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