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EVs for EVeryone! Tomorrow, May 17, 6:30 pm Redwood City Library

From: domainremoved <Diane>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2018 00:00:47 +0000

Dear City Council Members and Staff,
I’m writing to warmly invite you to an Electric Vehicle Workshop tomorrow night – EVs for EVeryone – sponsored by Menlo Spark, Acterra, Redwood City, and the groups listed below, and featuring EQC Chair Janelle London on the panel. Please join us if you can! We will also share the materials afterwards. More information about the workshop is attached and below.
Warm regards,

Diane Bailey | Executive Director
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Electric Vehicles for EVeryone
How is California accelerating the transition from polluting, fossil fuel cars to Electric Vehicles? Come learn about charging stations and infrastructure, what cars and trucks are available, saving money by going electric, and how everyone can benefit from the growth of electric vehicles.

Thursday, May 17
Redwood City Library
1044 Middlefield Road, Redwood City

6:00 pm — a variety of electric vehicles on display in the Library parking lot, and vehicle owners available to answer your questions.

6:30 - 8:00 pm — Speakers begin presentations in Community Room upstairs

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/electric-vehicles-for-everyone-tickets-43769513794

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/761702744035594/


Opening comments, Council Member Shelly Masur, Redwood City and Louis Marrone, Office of Assemblymember Marc Berman
John Supp from Silicon Valley Clean Energy will discuss how community choice energy providers are helping with EV chargers
Mark Tang from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District will explain the BAAQMD rebate program for low-income EV purchases
Janelle London of Colutura will share creative strategies using policy and culture to shift us away from gasoline engines
Shyam Nagrani of MotivPower will discuss EVs for the medium-duty transportation sector
Moderator: Diane Bailey, Menlo Spark

This program is sponsored by Redwood City, Transform, Menlo Spark, Acterra, Coltura, Carbon Free Silicon Valley and Peninsula Interfaith Climate Action. It’s the final workshop in the “Connecting Communities” series organized by the Silicon Valley Climate Action Alliance, a group of 17 regional climate-oriented organizations working to create just and sustainable solutions to the interconnected problems of housing, transportation and climate protection.

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Received on Wed May 16 2018 - 17:02:03 PDT

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