As extremely high gas prices make electric vehicles (EVs) even more appealing, California is once again accelerating the green energy transition. Last month, the California Air Resources Board issued a historic rule that bans the sale of new gas-powered cars starting in 2035. This bold action, by the largest auto market in the United States, will drive innovation that ripples out to other states and beyond.
But a broad and equitable transition to zero emissions transportation is only possible if all drivers have access to EVs and support to make the switch from gas-powered cars.
Please join us for a primer on making the switch to driving electric. You’ll hear from current EV drivers and walk away knowing everything from the basics of charging to what’s available on the used and new market. We’ll also cover how to access and make the best use of local, state, and federal incentives on the horizon—and how to get support in your EV journey from CEC and others.
Jennifer Hernández, CEC Climate Justice Manager and EV Driver
Tracy Ruiz, Access Clean CA / GRID Alternatives Outreach Program Manager
Nancy Clarin, County of Ventura EV Coach
Alhan Diaz-Correa, CEC Climate Justice Associate and EV Driver
City of Santa Barbara Clean Energy
C5 (Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition)
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