The heat index hit record highs last week, but that didn’t deter attendees from BGE’s recent EVsmart program kickoff event. Electronic vehicles from makers like Tesla, BMW, and Ford were featured at the event – meant to promote the positive impacts of EVs on the environment, and their wallets.
From BGE’s website:
The State of Maryland set a goal to have 300,000 zero-emissions vehicles on the road by 2025 to help meet its air quality and Healthy Chesapeake Bay commitments. EVsmart event attendees had the opportunity to test drive some of the most popular zero-emission options on the market, across a range of price points.
In addition, demonstrations of the EVsmart website showed users how much money they could save by switching from a gas-fueled car to an EV.
“We are excited to help our customers go electric and are grateful to have so many partners from the EV and charger manufacturers to state and local government,” said Kristy Fleischman Groncki, BGE’s manager of strategic programs. “By working together, EVsmart will be a success and all our customers will benefit.”
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