I realize that everyone is busy—in the past week, we’ve been approached by two independent sources asking whether we could help generate some responses to surveys that have been posted on line. If you have 15 minutes to spare, you should be able to complete both.
The first survey is from the Electric Vehicle Information Exchange, and was put together by folks at Oceanus automotive in Austin. They work closely with Nissan, so this is a good outfit for getting feedback directly to Nissan.
The 2nd survey is from Portland State University and deals with how drivers use the public charging infrastructure.
I’m sure many of us are weary of taking surveys—but I’m always hopeful that some good will come of it. We got some feedback, vague as it is, on the survey we did on HOV lane access back in June. The State Senate Transportation and Housing Committee did actually read the report and used it in consideration of their EV infrastructure activities. Whether that turns out to be good remains to be seen. The report recipient, Breathe California, forwarded the results to several cities and Air Quality Management Districts within California.
See you this Sunday at Luscious Garage in SF for our August meeting (details to follow)
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