The 5th Upper Valley Electric Vehicle Expo will take place Saturday, September 14 from 11 am to 3pm, at the Dothan Brook School on Route 5 in Hartford, VT.
Numerous electric car, motorcycle and bicycle owners and dealers will be displaying their vehicles, answering your questions, and offering test rides for a first hand experience. Starting at noon there will be workshops by Dave Roberts from Drive Electric Vermont, Green Mountain Power and others on EV and charging technology, costs, financing and more. A selection of battery driven lawn and garden tools will also be on display.
There will be free refreshments contributed by Hanover Food COOP, King Arthur Flour and others, including King Arthur Flour cookies baked on site in Solaflect’s solar powered oven.
The UV EV Expo is organized by several UV town energy committee members, with help from the Upper Valley Sierra Club and Vital Communities. The Expo is part of National Drive Electric Week, which is organized by the national Sierra Club, the Electric Automobile Association, and Plug in America.
Local sponsors who are helping to make this event possible include: Catamount Solar, Cyclewise, Green Mountain Power, Lyme Green Heat, Norwich Solar Technologies, Omer and Bob’s, ReVision Energy, Solaflect Energy, Sun Catcher, SunCommon, and Team Nissan North.
To learn more and register for the Expo, go to www.uvevexpo.org. At the Expo website, you can sign up to attend, to show your EV, and/or volunteer. Those registering to attend will be entered into a free raffle.
This event is free and open to everyone. Please share this info with others who might be interested.