Redwood Coast Energy Authority Offering Free ‘Electric Vehicles 101 Webinar’ on August 26th
This is a press release from the Redwood Coast Energy Authority:
Electric Vehicles 101 Webinar
A presentation on the benefits of buying an EV and what incentives are available
The Redwood Coast Energy Authority invites the public to a free online presentation that will cover the basics of electric vehicles, the benefits of buying one, and what incentives are available. Two sessions will be offered on Wednesday, August 26, the first at 10-11 a.m. with a repeat at 5:30 p.m. Both one-hour webinars will include time afterward for attendees to ask questions.
Register for the zoom webinar on RCEA’s website: https://redwoodenergy.org/get-involved/repowerhour/
RCEA Transportation Specialist Sophia Valenzuela will talk about the different types of electric vehicles, financial incentives and assistance, consumer benefits, environmental benefits, fuel and maintenance savings, and charging options.
RCEA plans to roll out an EV rebate this fall that will be an add-on to the California Clean Vehicle Rebate Project. Details will be provided during the webinar.
Transportation continues to be the largest source of GHG emissions in Humboldt County and every EV that replaces a combustion engine brings us one step closer to our goal of reducing our impact. Plus, once they drive one, most owners agree that it’s not just better for the environment, they are better cars.
RCEA’s Transportation Program:
Support for the use of low-carbon fuel vehicles in Humboldt County by planning, managing, and implementing zero emission vehicle infrastructure. RCEA also provides information, education, and incentives to encourage local residents, businesses and public agencies to adopt low-carbon fuel vehicles.
RCEA is a local government Joint Powers Agency founded in 2003, develops and implements sustainable energy initiatives that reduce energy demand, increase energy efficiency, and advance the use of clean, efficient, and renewable resources.
Call (707) 269-1700, email [email protected], or go to www.RedwoodEnergy.org for more information.