Category Archive: AustinEV Announcements

Sep 05

National Drive Electric Week – Austin (2017)

Day: Saturday, September 16, 2017 Time: 9AM – 1PM Location: Sunset Valley Farmers Market (Tony Burger Center) 3200 Jones Rd Austin, TX 78745 Registration: NDEW – Austin event page Come meet EVs and their drivers! Requests to ride or drive vehicles welcome. NOTE: The farmers market is located more exactly at intersection of Pillow Rd and …

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Jun 09

Take a Survey to help understand decision-making when purchasing a vehicle

Michigan State University has asked us to share this survey to explore perceptions of cars and electric vehicles. Through this survey, we can better understand decision-making when purchasing a vehicle and perceptions of different charging options for electric vehicles. You must be at least 18 years old to participate in this research study. The survey will …

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Feb 24

Meeting – 2015-03-03 – In the future there will be no gas stations

Chevy Bolt 2015 Concept

Come join our talk about the future of EV technology and advancement!  Austin, TX on March 3, 2015 in celebration of AustinEV’s Quarterly Round-up Austin, TX has been home to many tech trends, but none as gripping as the EV movement. If you’re thinking of owning an EV, owned one for years or are even …

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Aug 01

2014 Renewable Energy Roundup passes

The 2014 Renewable Energy Roundup has been announced for September 26-28 this year.  The event is moving to Belton, TX at the Bell County Expo Center.  If you would like to support AustinEV, and register for tickets online, please use the code AEVARPC14 when you register at their site.  AustinEV will earn $5 when you do so. …

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Aug 05

AustinEV list is moving – action required

We are moving the AustinEV discussion list to Google Groups and shutting the old list down. If you would like to subscribe to the new list, please go to http://groups.google.com/group/austinev and subscribe by tomorrow, August 6. While Google Groups has a web interface for those who prefer to interact with the list as a forum, …

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