To accompany the launch of the City of Cincinnati’s Solarize Cincy program, I am sharing an infographic about how EVs and solar can complement one another. According to Solar United Neighbors (the City’s partner for the Solarize program), “Using solar as a clean ‘fuel’ for EVs has the potential to dramatically decarbonize the transportation sector. The improvements to battery technology …
Great gifts covering all the bases: Food, Transportation, Energy, Water and Materials.
This group is open to everyone, and is especially targeted to: those who own hybrid or plug-in electric vehicles and want to network with other owners; those who are thinking about buying or building an electric vehicle and want a support group; and those who want to help promote electric vehicles for all of their many benefits – Contact Larry Falkin (513) 352-5325, [email protected] for more information. We plan to use the decoration on the cars to communicate that electricity is 1/5th the cost of gasoline, electric cars park for free in most Cincinnati parking lots and meters
Steve Melink describes the energy efficiency measures of his LEED Platinum corporate headquarters in Milford, Ohio at the Green Energy Ohio electric car tour of Ohio June 5, 2012.
Green Energy Ohio (GEO) will make history by taking a first-ever electric vehicle (EV) road trip visiting five major Ohio cities the week of June 4-8. The trip will cover 534 miles in an electric vehicle (EV) charged using green energy.
Since I’m located at the Office of Environmental Quality, I got ahold of the RSVP list, and got Larry’s go-ahead to send out a email to you all. Whether that’s taking the lead or otherwise, that’s for you to decide.