Electric vehicles (EVs) are now mainstream, with 803,816 on the roads in California. Their growing…
If you’ve considered switching to an electric vehicle (EV) – and would like to add a solar system to charge at home with solar energy – now may be the perfect time to take the leap and learn how to Drive on Sunshine!Please join us to learn how driving electric pairs perfectly with going solar. We’ll cover some of the 40 plug-in hybrid and pure EV options, discuss charging, and share how driving electric is more affordable than ever. Learn how to stack various incentives to purchase used EVs starting at $5,000, new EVs for around $20,000, or leased EVs for $200/month. We’ll also discuss the basics of solar, and how CEC’s Solarize Ventura County makes it easier and more affordable to go solar, add home battery systems, or both.
Experts from CEC will present, along with a personal story from a local community member who has been driving on sunshine with EVs and solar since 2012.
The 2020 Solarize Ventura County program is open September 9 – December 9 to residents in Ventura County. Solarize has helped over 800 Central Coast homeowners go solar, working toward a future where 100% of the electricity that powers our homes, businesses, and cars is generated from clean, renewable, and local sources.
Thursday, November 5, 2020
12:00noon – 1:00pm
- Michael Chiacos – Energy & Climate Program Director, Community Environmental Council
- April Price – Renewable Energy Program Senior Manager, Community Environmental Council
- Richard Baldwin – EV, solar and solar battery system owner
Learn more about CEC’s Solarize: SolarizeVentura.org
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