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Join Annapolis Green at Susan Campbell Park, right by the harbor, for a showcase of new and pre-owned EVs. Talk to owners. Talk to dealers. Learn about the EV driving experience. Go for a ride in an EV (with COVD-safety measures in place). Learn about charging.

Not only will we have EVs of all makes and models, we will also offer short seminars to answer questions about government incentives, charging, condo and apartment charging situations, batteries, and more.


There's an Electric Car in Your Future

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Café Scientifique presents a talk by Bob Bruninga, author, retired senior research engineer, US Navy Commander, and US Naval Academy Instructor.

Professor Bruninga will provide a talk on the topic of his two “Energy Choices” books:
Energy Choices for the Radio Amateur (2019), and
Energy Choices: Opportunities to Make Wise Decisions for a Sustainable Future (2018)

His talk will cover the gamut of solar and emergency power for the homeowner and DIY experimenter, including the coming wave of Electric Vehicles (EVs). He will cover the topics of integrating energy sources (solar, the grid and home battery power). Now, with over 60 full-sized electric vehicles on the market, the biggest cost element of off-grid storage (big batteries) has fallen into our laps at virtually no cost. The battery in a typical EV can power a house for a week to 10 days. Meanwhile, solar panels now cost less than 10% of what they did 10 years ago.

About the Speaker: Bob Bruninga, who served 20 years as a  Naval officer followed by 27 years as an instructor at the US Naval Academy, is best known for integrating GPS into Amateur Radio.  His project began on an Apple II computer in 1982, plotting the position of ships. That was followed in 1984 with a version on a Commodore VIC-20 for tracking horses in a 100-mile (160 km) endurance run in northern Virginia. The next version, called the Connectionless Emergency Traffic System (CETS), was best used during a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) exercise. In 1991 it was ported to the IBM Personal Computer, and became APRS in 1993, when it was presented at the Digital Communications conference. APRS evolved into a nationwide digital network used by hams radio operators for special events and digital communications for situational awareness.

Join the Zoom Meeting:

Passcode: 433794   Meeting ID: 878 4840 6572

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EV Trivia & Comedy Night

Join Annapolis Green for a fun-filled trivia and comedy night! Test drive your electric vehicle knowledge as we play Fact or Fiction with questions brought to us by our Kick Gas! in Annapolis sponsors and partners. And we are giving away some awesome prizes.

Robert MacGrand prize winner of Comedy Central’s national stand-up competition, comedian Robert Mac is joining us for a set! Robert Mac’s humor is described as clever jokes for clever folks! You are not going to want to miss this informative and entertaining EV event! We will also have EV experts on hand to help answer any questions you may have.

Bone up on your EV knowledge on Annapolis Green’s dedicated Drive Electric webpage and read about the EV trivia prizes!

Register here.


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electrify your ride week graphicAre you a new EV owner, or an EV advocate who is new to Generation180? Are you interested in learning more about how to support EV adoption in your community? Then join Generation180 on for a quick virtual get together. Hear about the work that Generation180 does, how you can get involved, and what tools we provide to make it easy.

Presented by Generation180’s Electrify Your Ride Week, a full week of electric vehicle online events. There are happy hours, EV speed dating, and trivia nights to keep things fun while we learn about electrifying transportation. You could even win an eBike!

These online events are open to EV owners, EV advocates, and the EV curious alike. We’ll hear from a wide range of panelists, from experts in the industry to your neighbor who drives electric. Thought-provoking conversations, opportunities to connect, and EV myth-busting are all on the menu.

Information and to Register

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Drive Electric Virtual Earth Day

Join Annapolis Green to learn VIRTUALLY about about driving electric — one of the best things you can do to mitigate the effects of Climate Change. The EV Earth Day Showcase was to have been presented by Annapolis Green during the Severna Park Earth Day Festival and as part of the national Drive Electric Earth Day event but we’re going virtual instead.

Click to see our video, produced with the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater DC (EVADC).

Then join us on Tuesday, April 28, for a Zoom event designed to answer all your questions about driving electric. Details posted here.

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Green Drinks Annapolis

green drinks annapolisChesapeake Bay Trust Upgrade Your PlateTheme: There’s an Electric Car in Your Future. Good for the Planet. Good for your Wallet.
Join Annapolis Green as we tell you about the environmental benefits of driving electric at the offices of the “license plate people,” the Chesapeake Bay Trust, in advance of the Annapolis EV Showcase on Sept. 14.

Green Drinks will be a preview of our Annapolis Electric Vehicle Showcase coming up Saturday. There will be several electric vehicles at Green Drinks. Feel free to ask lots of questions!
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