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The Future for Electric Cars in Bewdley
13 Jun 18
7:00pm to 8:15pm
East of England and Midlands
St George's Hall, Load Street, Bewdley, DY12 2EQ
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Transition Bewdley are hosting an event to look at the future of low emission vehicles and the implications for Bewdley.
6-7pm a chance to meet local Electric Car owners with their cars.
At 7pm Keith Budden from CENEX, a specialist in low emission vehicles will talk about current trends and future predictions, charging infrastructure and reducing emissions.
This will be followed by a question and answer session with a panel including Octopus Energy who are an electric car and green energy supplier. Come and get the answers to everything from cost, reliability and availability to charging points and how electric cars can link into the National Grid.
The talk will be in The Cafe in St. Georges Hall, Bewdley.
From 8.15pm there may be an opportunity for a short test drive in an electric car.