Considering an electric car but still on the fence? Even though you can’t kick the tires at one of our community events, Gen180 is still here to help you electrify your ride. We’re bringing together EV owners to answer your questions and bust some myths while we’re at it.
Looking for your perfect EV match? We’re here to help! Below you can select up to three different EV models, and then you’ll be paired with EV owners who can answer your specific questions! Not sure which three electric cars you’d like to learn more about? Take our EV quiz first! Either way, we’ll be sure to answer all of your questions.
Quiz can be found here: https://www.car-ed.com/electric-quiz/
This particular session is about EVs and V2G! We’ll hear from industry experts about the state of this technology, and how vehicle to grid systems empower EV owners to support a more resilient and renewable energy based power grid.
During this session we’ll be having an honest conversation around the concerns of EV batteries. We’ll hear from environmental experts and automotive manufacturers to learn more about current impacts, opportunities for technological advances, and how EV owners and enthusiasts can advocate for change.
Anyone that’s spent a few minutes googling “electric vehicles” has likely encountered a common misconception around EVs, one that continues to linger around public conversation like a mysterious, persistent smell.
You can’t drive it in the rain, they’re slow, charging is dirty… There are a lot of EV myths out there. Join us to debunk them!
We hear everyday about EV owners who decide to go solar, and solar homeowners who decide it’s time to drive electric. These two technologies just go hand in hand! Join us to hear how you can power up your EV using just the sun’s rays.
Join us for a fun and entertaining hour of EV related trivia while getting to know others in the EV community!
For this session we’ll be focusing on workplace charging. More and more businesses are offering charging EV infrastructure to their employees and customers, and they’re reaping the rewards. Find out why this makes good business sense and how your company or your employer can make EVs more accessible.
What’s cooler than a classic car? How about a classic car that’s electrified. Join us for an evening of sexy classic car conversions with a tour of EV West’s garage, and chat with the leaders in EV conversions.
Pro-EV policy can help accelerate the transition to EVs in ways that are both effective and equitable. Whether at the federal, state, or local level, thoughtfully crafted policies are key. Join us and our panel of experts on Thursday, October 1st to hear the EV policy do’s and don’t’s.
K-12 schools play an integral role in reaching students, parents, neighbors, and local decision-makers to encourage clean energy action throughout the community. Dive into Generation180’s 2020 Brighter Future Report as we share its latest research on why and how schools are going solar across the country. Learn how a district reinvested solar savings into teacher salaries and how another is using solar + storage to boost resilience.
Tish Tablan, Generation180, Program Director
Laura Capps, Santa Barbara Unified School District, President of Board of Education
Dr. Michael Hester, Batesville School District, Superintendent
The dirty yellow school bus is going green. Electric school buses are popping up from coast to coast, and your school could be next. Hear from trailblazers that are switching to electric school bus fleets and learn about how you can advocate for cleaner rides to school in your community.
Eleanor Fort, Dream Corps, Deputy Director of Green For All
Gilbert Rosas, Stockton Unified School District, Energy Education Manager
Brian Foulds, City of Concord, Chair of Climate Action Advisory Board