Northern Colorado Clean Cities (NCCC) is making connections with new stakeholders, including local utilities such Mountain Parks Electric, United Power, and Xcel Energy; the towns of Grand Lake, Granby, and Fraser; and the city of Greeley.
NCCC partners with these stakeholders to hold ride and drive events. The benefit of these ride and drive events has gone past simply test driving new EV models- attendees are now able to connect with their local utility company and get energy saving tips and information on how EVs interact with their electric bill.
In addition to connecting with new partners, having local EV owners at ride and drives has also been very successful, and NCCC are always looking for more.
EV owners can bring their EVs and knowledge to NCCC events and share their EV experiences. This is a great way to connect with other EV owners/enthusiasts and share the benefits of driving electric with the community!
Contact [email protected] to sign up or for more information on attending an event in Colorado.
NCCC is looking forward to another ride and drive event next month.
Electric vehicle drivers, enthusiasts and intrigued local and regional residents are invited to attend the Steamboat Springs Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive event from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Howelsen Rodeo Parking Lot.
This event will feature information on electric vehicles (EV), EV charging stations, clean-air benefits, cost-savings and local, regional and state electric vehicle incentives, as well as an opportunity to test drive a variety of new electric vehicle models from local car dealerships. Click here to register!