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Information About Electric Vehicles Available at Upcoming Webinars

Information About Electric Vehicles Available at Upcoming Webinars



By SCER Staff

November 6, 2020

Drive Green with National Grid  is offering the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute a new webinar series to answer questions related to electric vehicles (EVs). National Grid is offering a $350 gift card for anyone who purchases or leases an EV before December 31, 2020.


Here are the details regarding the upcoming webinars:


5 Ways You’ll Save on Maintenance


When: Monday, November 9, 12– 1 p.m.


Description: When you switch to driving on electricity, you can say goodbye to oil changes, mufflers, transmissions, and all the other parts in gasoline-powered cars that require regular maintenance and expensive repairs. Electric vehicles (EVs) are much simpler machines, which translates to lower maintenance costs and better reliability than gas-powered cars.


Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7811291652855149069


Buying a Pre-Owned Electric Car in Upstate New York


When: Tuesday, December 8, 12–1 p.m.


Description: Join us for this free webinar presented by Drive Green with National Grid to learn why pre-owned electric cars are a great value, what kind of cars are available, and how to find the right car for you.


Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4032969477776474124


Anyone unable to attend either of these webinars can still register to receive a recording of the event. Last month’s Charged Up Webinar can be viewed here.


Questions can be directed to Green Energy Consumers at drivegreenUNY@greenenergyconsumers.org.


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