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CT Electric Car Featured At National Plug In Day

Left to right: Dr. Charles E Button, assistant professor of geography at CCSU, Bob Kolb, residential and commercial installation manager at CT Electric Car, and David Oliveria, the coordinator for National Plug In Day, share their knowledge of electric vehicles. (October 19, 2013)

7:10 p.m. EDT, October 19, 2013
CT Electric Car, the state’s foremost installer of electric vehicle charging stations, was featured at National Plug in Day on Sunday, Sept. 29 at Central CT State University in New Britain. The local event was part of the 3rd annual nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today’s availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more. The New England Electric Auto Association (NEEAA) and the CCSU Global Environmental Sustainability Action Coalition organized the afternoon event that featured educational workshops and an awards ceremony, along with over 30 electric cars on display, some of which were former gas cars that were converted to electric by NEEAA members.

Representatives from CT Electric Car offered information and knowledge to more than 100 attendees about using electric chargers, as well as the convenience of installing a residential charging station.

“National Plug In Day is a great way to bring attention to the ease of owning an electric car. They are fun to drive, are less expensive and more convenient to fuel than gasoline vehicles. They are also better for the environment and reduce our dependence on foreign oil,” says Ed Ingalls, owner of CT Electric Car.


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