If you or anyone you know is interested in learning more about what it take to make the switch to an electric car, you've come to the right place. We have compiled some of our favorite and most informative videos for you to watch below!
Electric Vehicles 101
Curious about getting an electric car, but not sure where to start? Watch our popular Electric Vehicles 101 webinar to learn the basics. We'll cover environmental benefits, cost savings, charging, purchase incentives, and more.
Many people are concerned about the performance of electric vehicles in winter. Electric vehicle (EV) performance does change in winter, but so does that of gas-powered cars. There are thousands of EV drivers who drive through winters in New England (and even colder places like Canada and Norway) with their EVs every year. Here’s what winter weather will do to your EV and tips from other EV owners.
Earth Day Special: Why Electric Cars Are Greener
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 why EVs are better for the climate, and how important it is to electrify all types of vehicles as quickly as possible. Watch this webinar to dive deep into how Massachusetts (and Rhode Island) clean energy policies create the urgent need to electrify as many vehicles as possible.
Ask an EV Owner
Don't just take our word for it, listen to this webinar to hear from experienced EV owners. Panelists cover a wide variety of topics including making the switch to electric cars, range anxiety, road trips, charging, and more!
Buying A Pre-Owned EV
Buying a pre-owned car is a great option if you want to make the switch to zero-emissions without breaking the bank. In fact, buying a pre-owned electric car may be one of the most cost-effective ways to own any car!
5 Ways You'll Save On Maintenance
This hour-long webinar will explore the differences between gas guzzlers and EVs, how much money and time you can expect to save in service costs, and helpful tips about battery care.
Charged UP- Everything you need to know about EV Charging
Making the switch to an electric car can be intimidating if you're used to refueling with gasoline. Where will you charge? How much will it cost? How can you make sure you're always charged up? The good news is that charging an electric vehicle (EV) is easier than you might think once you know the basics. Watch this hour-long webinar to learn everything you need to know about EV charging so that you feel ready and confident to make your next car electric.
The Value of Installing EV Charging at Apartments & Condos
Although only 2% of new cars in the US are electric, EV adoption is ready to explode. The next wave of EV adopters will include condo and apartment dwellers, who will be looking for residences where charging is accessible. Buildings that offer charging will have an advantage in attracting and retaining tenants, and there are plenty of incentives to make installation affordable.
How to Advocate for EV Charging in your Community
If you live in an apartment building or condo, your ability to purchase an electric vehicle (EV) might be limited by lack of access to a charging station. Your building owner or homeowners association might say that not enough people want EV charging, or that they lack the resources to start planning for EV charging. What can you do about it as a resident?
This webinar will help you identify next steps and strategies to help get EV charging installation on the agenda for your building or homeowners association. We’ll help you figure out whether other people in your community are interested in EVs, how to start educating decision-makers about the benefits of EV charging, and how to take advantage of the financial incentives that are available to install a station. With these resources, you can start an important conversation and generate momentum to get your community onboard.
Deep Dive Into Electric Vehicle Batteries
Electric vehicle adoption to lower greenhouse gas emissions will be driven by better batteries. Though the current technology is good enough for early-adopters, how will better tech move us towards an all-electric future as quickly as possible?