Later this year the Chevy Bolt, the first affordable EV with a range of over 200 miles, will be available for purchase. The Tesla Model 3 will likely be available late next year. Both cars will be priced around $35,000 and have a battery range of over 200 miles. The battery range and price point of these cars bring EVs much closer to becoming mass market cars. Investments by many other major car manufactures in EVs indicate that this is only the beginning of the EV story.
It is with that in mind that Tulsa Area Clean Cities believes it is time to begin planning for EV charging infrastructure in the Tulsa Region.
If you would like to be a part of this effort, please join us on August 4 to hear from Dave Aasheim, Sales Director from Chargepoint, the largest provider of EV charging equipment in the US. Dave will give us an overview of Chargepoint’s range of products, and provide us with best practices from other communities who have created EV Coalitions to move charging infrastructure forward in their communities.
Use the link on the right to add this event to your calendar.
EV Charging 2.0 Meeting
August 4, 2016, 9 a.m.
2 W 2nd St., Suite 800
Tulsa, OK 74103