Sustainable Fairfield’s 7th Green Wheels Expo once again proved a great success, with people coming out in droves to view the latest in electric vehicles. The day began at Westport’s train station with an EV Parade sponsored by the EV Club of Connecticut, with State Representative Steinberg officiating, and finished at Bob’s parking lot inContinue reading “Green Wheels Expo ’21 Gallery”
Take a deep breath. You can almost smell cleaner air on the way. In 2020, Greater Bridgeport Transport began a tiered transition to an electric fleet, purchasing two Proterra Catalyst buses (made in America!) They have been carrying passengers throughout the Bridgeport area since July 2021, with much success, and in August they showed anContinue reading “Cleaner Greener Transit for All”
Mark your calendar for Saturday October 2. In between shuttling the kids to soccer, you won’t want to miss Sustainable Fairfield’s 7th annual Green Wheel’s EXPO.
It has never been easier to become active, and Daphne Dixon of Live Green believes everybody is a leader. “Like a flock of birds or a school of fish, everybody is headed in the same direction.” She adds, “You know, geese flying in formation fly 67% faster than one flying alone.”
Be a local hero. You too can help Connecticut reach its goal of 125,000 electric vehicles on the road by 2025. And the government wants to help.
Greater Bridgeport leads the way to a greener public transport with its new zero emissions electric bus.
To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, we’ll need to accelerate electrification of the fastest growing source of greenhouse gases in the world: medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. These include vehicles from big semitrucks and delivery vans, to city buses and garbage trucks.
Mike Atkins is the ‘EV sales specialist for Maritime Chevrolet in Fairfield. As such, he’s become thoroughly familiar with the innovative automotive technology behind the Chevy Bolt.
Here are some fantastic sites to learn more about electric vehicles of all kinds, from trucks to cars, to bikes.
If you’re still amassing the information and cash for your conversion to EVs, don’t worry. There’s lots you can still do to help the planet, and your pocket.