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USA: Electric Vehicles North Texas Stakeholder Mtg Wed May 14

See the details below from an EVNT email.

“Electric Vehicles North Texas (EVNT) was developed to coordinate a partnership with utility companies, regional governments, school districts, transit authorities and local businesses in an effort to develop a plan that prepares the region for the transition to plug-in electric vehicles. This plan will be used as a guide to progress and overcome initial barriers in order to implement necessary infrastructure and incentives to ensure vehicle support throughout the region.”

My interpretation of a stakeholder is a little broader: if you breathe the air in the DFW area & are interested in electric vehicles, then you may be interested in what’s going on and will be welcome. You can sign up for the email list on the EVNT page mentioned below, there is a call-on number if you want to listen live but can’t attend (I suggest contacts at bottom of page to get this), & I assume it will be archived as other mtgs have been.

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Electric Vehicles North Texas Stakeholders:

As a reminder, the next EVNT Stakeholder Meeting will be held next Wednesday, May 14 at 10 am. Please join us for a presentation from VIA Motors, Inc. as well as brainstorming about the role that this group can play within the larger DFW Clean Cities structure, and discussion of desired focus areas/action items for us to tackle over the next year or so. An agenda is available at www.nctcog.org/evnt .

Date: Wednesday, May 14

Time: 10:00 am

Location: Regional Forum Room, North Central Texas Council of Governments

616 Six Flags Drive, Centerpoint 2, Arlington, TX 76011
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