You’re invited to join Environment America for an Electric Vehicle 101 Webinar on March 23 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m ET.
If you’re interested in learning more about electric vehicles, curious what it would be like to own an electric vehicle, or simply passionate about EVs, this is the event for you. (NOTE: Webinar will be at 3:00 p.m. PT but if you register, you may be able to get a recording to watch later.)
Environment America’s Electric Vehicle 101 Webinar will feature a panel of EV owners and experts who will explain the benefits of electric vehicles, talk about what it’s like to own them, and answer any questions you have about EV use or ownership.
Electric vehicles are not only the future of transportation, but also the best automobile purchase right now for consumers and the environment. Electric vehicles are a vital tool for addressing climate change and reducing the global warming pollution emitted by gasoline-powered vehicles.
Our panel will provide insight into why these vehicles are great for consumers, great for the community, and great for the environment. We’ll end with a Q&A session, so come prepared with any EV questions you have!
We’ll be joined by experts and EV owners, and our panel will feature:
Joel Levin, Executive Director of Plug In America
Joel is a leading advocate for electric vehicles, clean energy, and effective climate policies. As executive director of Plug In America, he is focused on continuing to build it as the national consumer voice for electric vehicles in the United States. He is chair of the Global EV Drivers’ Alliance, which links together EV driver associations around the world, and a member of the Los Angeles Metro Sustainability Council. Joel drives a Nissan LEAF.
Paula Clements, Climate Reality Leader at the Climate Reality Project
Paula Clements is a former Army officer, textile artist and expert downhill skier and horseman. Her love of the outdoors led to being trained as a volunteer with the Climate Reality Project. Paula has given educational presentations and testimony to school children, as well as elected officials and Senate committees. Her concern for the environment has led her to be an avid EV and solar owner/enthusiast. Paula drives a Tesla Model 3.
Ronald Kaltenbaugh, President of the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington D.C.
Ron Kaltenbaugh, President of the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington DC (EVADC), has been involved with promoting electric vehicles and other aspects of addressing climate change for over 10 years. An EV driver since 2012, Ron and his wife are now a two EV family, driving a 2017 Chevy Bolt and a 2018 Tesla Model 3. Ron is a Climate Reality trained speaker and regularly gives presentations on climate change, electric vehicles, and related topics. Ron has a Masters Degree in Computer Science and works in Network Engineering for a Fortune 500 company.
Pam Frank, CEO of ChargEVC-NJ
Pam Frank, Vice President of Gabel Associates and CEO of ChargEVC-NJ, has more than 20 years of experience in sustainability issues and the renewable energy industry. Pam has served as a key stakeholder in the development of the solar energy market in New Jersey, which is considered one of the largest, most innovative markets in the nation. Over the last two years, Pam has been part of negotiating teams in several jurisdictions in the mid-Atlantic that have won significant improvements to interconnection protocols that favor the growth of distributed generation.
I hope you can join us for this exciting discussion on EVs. RSVP to Environment America’s EV 101 Webinar, Tuesday March 23 at 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. EST.