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.
The benefits of walking or riding a bicycle not only contribute to your own personal health, but also to the well being of your community, and the planet. The Town of Fairfield has been nationally recognized as having one of the top ten Complete Street policies adopted in 2018.
The tenth annual National Drive Electric Week (NDEW), a coast-to-coast celebration of electric vehicles (EVs), will be held September 26–October 4 and include more than 100 online events for the first time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. NDEW highlights the environmental, health, and consumer benefits of clean plug-in vehicles.
Participate in the car showcase for Green Wheels Expo 2020!
We can mine our colorful history to make a better future. Our great-grandparents plugged in their cars, and now we’re going to follow in their footsteps.
Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman journey through South and Central America- using cutting-edge technology- on the backs of their electric motorcycles in order to contribute to the sustainability of the planet.
By Jim Motavalli My biking skills were atrophying—until the Pandemic. I read once that Americans have the highest bicycle ownership in the world, but one of the lowest rates of actually riding them. Everybody has a bike—that’s what garages are for—but most of them are sitting around with flat tires. Some years ago, I wasContinue reading “Discover the Joys of Electric Bicycling…in a Pandemic”
For10 years National Drive Electric Week has been championing all electric and hybrid plug ins around the world.
The Union of Concerned Scientists has extensively explored questions around the environmental impact of EVs as compared to gasoline vehicles.
Give a clap! That may be all you hear as the quietest parade ever passes by. Get an up close view as The EV Club of CT parade their cars through the streets of Fairfield and Westport led by led by Westport Police Chief Koskinas in the town’s electric police car. . Come cheer them on (with social distancing and safety in mind.)