Join us at the Electric Garage this Friday evening at 7PM.
- Roughly ten years ago, electric vehicles gained a lot of visibility and popularity when car companies offered EVs to consumers and corporate fleets. Today, we can easily see the momentum gaining again, so how can we prevent a repeat of the last EV boom's decline? Ten years later, what is different that would make it easier (or more difficult) us to do so?
- While car companies are making large strides in the direction of EV production, some of them say that the future success of EVs will be largely based on collaboration between car companies. Others can argue that competition is a large factor in moving the auto industry forward. Is the EV going to foster a new age of automotive collaboration, or will competition lead the way?
- On the policy side of progress, some countries are mandating that a certain percentage of public transportation use alternative fuel by a certain date. Can EVs be a part of this ideal, or should popularity and usage be left up to consumers?
- How is ChargeCar different from the solutions from auto makers both now, and in the future? What can we do to make ChargeCar a viable option?
The Electric Garage is located at the former Exxon Gas Station on the 4600 block of Forbes Avenue, next to CMU
Map and directions here
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