Austin Energy has released a new website dedicated to helping Austinites choose the electric vehicle that is best for them and explore the incentives that may be available to help them make the purchase. Visit: https://ev.austinenergy.com/
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Sunday April 12, First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin is holding an electric and alternative vehicles fair, with a chance to hear Zach Baumer, manager of the Austin Climate Protection Program in the City of Austin’s Office of Sustainability. If you’re going or showing your vehicle, take photos or report the experience back to us! Texas Health …
This year’s National Drive Electric Week “Picnic in the Park” ended up being “rain AND shine” The first car to roll in was Ed F.’s Tesla Model S, with 10,310 oil-free miles, soon to be joined by 23 other electric vehicles for a combined (recorded) total of 275,841 oil-free miles on the road! This year …
AustinEV operating partner and owner of Smart Charge Residential Joseph Barletta, was a guest on KOOP radio’s Shades of Green talk show sharing information regarding the National Drive Electric Week event. Aren’t you listening to the show anyway? But in case you missed it, the podcast is available for your listening pleasure.
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