SPUR Forum: Driving Electric in SF

From SPUR:

Photo courtesy of Flickr user carlosgomez

More and more vehicles on the road are now electric. How is San Francisco leading the charge to install infrastructure to support them, and how is the electric car movement preparing for the future? Join experts for a discussion of the state of EV infrastructure in the city and beyond.

Bob Hayden / SF Environment
Michael Nicholas / UC Davis Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Research Center
Marc Geller / Plug In America

Free to members
$10 non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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