BCSEA Webinar: Full Charge on Electric Cars!

March 24th, 2015


March 24th,

Free BCSEA Webinar on Tuesday March 24 at noon PDT (3:00 PM EDT, 19:00 UTC)

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Join us for another FREE BCSEA Webinar. – this time on the electric car movement in North America and here in BC. John Stonier, enthusiast and entrepreneur, will bring participants – from neophytes to knowledgeable – insights on what’s happening with Electric Vehicles today and where we are going next. Expect a rousing presentation on emerging technology, EV economic advantages, charging infrastructure and the value of government incentives. With good timing, the new Clean Energy Vehicle provisions will be announced during the Vancouver Autoshow starting March 23rd.
John Stonier, CPA, CA is a long time enthusiast, public speaker, builder, owner and driver of electric cars. He is co-founder and CEO of a new take on sustainable, zero-emission urban transportation: VeloMetro Mobility Inc. Located in Vancouver, VeloMetro is building the VeloCarTM – a human-electric powered enclosed vehicle, classified as an electric bike, specifically built for the sharing economy within urban cores. Learn more at www.velometro.com.
There is no charge for this Webinar, but you must register to attend.
See BCSEA’s previous webinars at http://www.bcsea.org/webinars

Title: BCSEA Webinar: Full Charge on Electric Cars ! Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time (3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 19:00 Coordinated Universal Time) GoToWebinar works with most Windows PCs, Macs, and Android tablets or smartphones, but not on Linux. Click this link for detailed GoToWebinar System Requirements and Compatibility

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