The Green Living Guy

From the Hasting on Hudson Village web site with the following description:

National Drive Electric Day, April 17, 9:30-11:30am, in person (no registration required)

Come check out the new affordable EVs on the market in your price range, and learn about recent rebates and discounts. Hear from experts on why EVs make most sense, and learn tips from those who’ve gone electric.

Zinsser Commuter Lot (aka Train Station Parking Lot), north end, 131 Southside Ave

… And also on the National Drive Electric Day site with this description:

Electric Vehicles are moving mainstream. Now is your chance to catch up and see the latest EVs, including our new Tesla Y police car. All located at this partial look & learn / ride and drive event! Talk to experts, learn about recent rebates and discounts, and learn tips from those who’ve gone electric.  

Social distancing and masks are required at all in-person Drive Electric Earth Day 2021 events. Please see this information about how to improve how your mask protects you. For more information, see our in-person event safety requirements.

Sustainable Westchester plans to help get out the word, our Mayor will send an email out to the entire Village next week, and our Conservation Commission will be promoting the event as well. Lastly, it is adjacent to the popular Hastings Farmer’s Market, so we hope to attract people coming to and from the market.

As of the Sustainable Westchester website: 

Local Westchester municipalities, businesses, institutions, residents and students can go green. All, by participating in the Sustainable Westchester electric vehicle (EV) discount program.

Now more than ever, individuals, companies, and municipal fleets can now own or lease a variety of EVs, connect to EV charging station infrastructure and install solar-powered EV charging stations — our “Sunshine to EVs” and chargers that allow for vehicle to grid technologies.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Source: Trustee Mary Lambert

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