Is there a transportation revolution in Wellesley?  Last year Plug-in car sales increased by 58% bringing the total number to more than 200 cars.  Plug-in cars include Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) and Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV).

Did you know:

  1. Transportation is responsible for ~43% of Wellesley’s greenhouse gas emission

  2. Each Plug-in car is capable of reducing emissions comparable to a residential solar installation

  3. There are already 24 different model plug-in cars owned by Wellesley residents

Did you ever wonder:

  1. How do Electric vehicle costs compare to gasoline vehicles

  2. How long will the battery last

  3. Is an electric vehicle practical as a family car

Do 200 cars qualify as a revolution?  Time will tell… Today’s questions is, will your next car be powered by electricity?  With 5 years and more than 60k miles of electric vehicle experience Scott Bender would like to help you find the answer.  Ask questions, share your story or enjoy a test ride of a Chevy Volt or Tesla Model 3. Contact Scott

Phyllis Theermann

National Drive Electric Week is happening at the Natick Mall on 9/15.

25+ Electric Vehicle owners will showcase their vehicles on the first floor of the Wegman’s parking garage. You are invited to this free event to learn about various electric vehicles, talk to owners about their experience, meet great people and make new friends.

Bring your knowledge and your own EV, or your questions about what it’s like to own an electric vehicle.

Benefits of driving electric include:  lower operational cost, lower maintenance cost, zero operating emissions, clean air, noise free experience!

National Drive Electric Week (NDEW) is a collaboration between Plug In America, Sierra Club, and the Electric Auto Association, with support from the 2018 national sponsors Nissan LEAF (the exclusive automotive sponsor for NDEW) and ClipperCreek.

Details..

National Drive Electric Week
Saturday 9/15
9am – 12:30pm
Wegman’s at the Natick Mall.

EV owners are invited as special guests and are encourage to pre-register to reserve a spot to showcase their vehicle. 

Learn more about Drive Green discounts here!

Phyllis Theermann

National Drive Electric Week

Day: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Time: 9am – 1pm
Location: Natick Common
3 East Central Street
Natick, MA 01760
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Thinking about driving an electric car? Head over to the Natick Common for a fun and informative day for the entire family.

Learn about all-electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles from owners and dealer representatives, while enjoying the locally made or grown food at the Farmers’ Market.

Electric vehicles produce zero tailpipe emissions, helping America reduce its dependence on oil.  Electric vehicle range varies by model, from 80-330 miles on a full charge. EVs are known for their performance and efficiency.   Your energy cost is just a fraction of your current gas bill.  If you have recently installed solar panels on your house, imagine never paying for gas again, and charging from energy generated from your own solar panels!