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Friday Coffee Hour: Plug-in Hybrid EVs

Drop in to chat with a small group of very happy electric vehicle drivers. In a plug-in hybrid (PHEV), you can drive electric for 20-60 miles then…

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What: Earth Day Special: Why electric cars are greener

When: Thursday, Apr 22 2021, 7:30pm

Where: Online

Transitioning to electric cars will be good for consumers, good for public health, and good for our local economy. But many people still don’t understand how important it is for the climate to electrify vehicles as rapidly as possible.   Here are the facts: - Electric vehicles are already better for the climate than gas-powered cars. More of our electricity comes from zero-emission resources than you think.   - Because electricity generation gets cleaner every year, electric vehicles get better for the climate every year.  - If we get on track to achieve 100% renewable electricity, we can eliminate emissions from vehicles, which are currently the largest source of emissions in MA.   Join Green Energy Consumers Alliance for a special Earth Day webinar as we discuss how EVs are an essential tool to address climate change in Massachusetts and beyond.

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