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Join co-hosts Alliant Energy, Madison Gas and Electric, the City of Madison and Wisconsin Clean Cities for a sustainable transportation conference and expo featuring the top leaders in the industry where you’ll discover the latest in transportation technologies.
For the second year there will be a National Drive Electric Week event in Prairie du Chien, WI. Anybody and everybody who is curious about EVs is welcome to attend this free event. Last year we had about 10 cars and about 40 people attend. Lets double that this year! Tell your neighbors, your friends, your relatives, even your pastor! Come down to the Prairie Cinema where we will display EVs for you to look at, sit in, and (depending on how comfortable the owner is) ride in or drive an EV for yourself. See how much fun instant torque is! Learn about the fuel savings, maintenance benefits, and how EVs are helping to save the planet by reducing carbon emissions by up to HALF over comparable gas powered cars.
Hosted by the Electric Vehicle Association of Wisconsin.
Current Electric is hosting its 2nd annual EV Car Show at our facility in Wauwatosa, Wi. We invite EV owners from throughout southeast Wisconsin and beyond to show off their vehicles and talk to others about the benefits of owning and Electric Vehicle.
Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services is excited to partner with three other local organizations, St. Croix Electric Cooperative, University of Wisconsin-River Falls Office of Sustainability, and Hope for Creation, to host the 2023 Powered by Electricity event. This is our third annual Powered by Electricity event. This year's event will include speakers presenting on topics such as solar energy and beneficial electrification. We will have round-table discussions featuring EV owners. EV test rides.
Do you have questions about electric cars?
Would you like to show your electric car to others?
The Madison Drive Electric Week Event is a great place to see the wide variety of electric vehicles and place where you can get questions answered by talking to owners and participants.
How do they work?
How far do they go?
How do you charge them?
And so much more.
Register to attend or participate.
Hydro Park is the location again this year and assisting with the show is Kaukauna Electric Company. We also expect visits from Appleton Solar, plus having the Mayor speak again at our event. The farmers market is one block away and is concurrent with our show. Last year we had a record number of cars which took all of our allotted parking spaces and we had three rows of cars in the park itself in the grass. We look forward to presenting another great event for 2023 on September 23rd.
“Remembering the Past, while Looking to the Future”
Drive $mart Wisconsin is proud to have been invited to host the EV Display for the City of Greenfield’s 7TH Annual Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 9 at Konkel Park in Greenfield WI. This is the first time that a major Classic Car Show will have Electric Vehicles on display in Wisconsin. We expect over 400 classic cars to be on display and 1,500 attendees for this year’s Show.
Drive $mart Wisconsin has hosted over 10 DEED/NDEW events in the past and anticipates around 25 Electric Vehicles on display at this event. Any Electric Vehicle from the year 2000 to the present can be in this Car Show, which is not an official NDEW event. We look forward to having some 1st generation Electric Vehicles on display. There is a nominal City of Greenfield $10 registration fee for any EV in the …
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Please join us on Wednesday, July 26 for our Wisconsin EV State Policy Bootcamp. The bootcamp will cover the wide-ranging benefits of electric vehicles, from individual vehicles to school and transit buses to fleets. We will also discuss the importance of electrifying vehicles in Wisconsin and the state policy opportunities for accelerating their deployment. Speakers from the public sector and industry will discuss the state of the market and technology, as well as the experiences of fleets that are transitioning to EVs, including municipalities, utilities, and private industry.
For more information and agenda, visit the website.
Register at the link above.
Join Wisconsin Clean Cities, Pieper Electric, Alliant Energy, and Drive Clean Indiana to learn about the EMPOWER Workplace Charging program, initial considerations for system installation, and how Ho-Chunk Casino has added EV charging to their facility.
Using Electric Vehicles (EV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) in the workplace and as a resource demonstrates benefits beyond the transportation industry. The EMPOWER Workplace Charging Program is a key step in addressing the adoption of EVs throughout Wisconsin. Part of a national partnership between 32 Clean Cities Coalitions, and other key stakeholders, EMPOWER provides educational and technical assistance to entities looking to install electric vehicle charging stations.
Learn more at the website link above.