Learn the pros and cons of hybrid electric, plug-in electric, and battery electric cars. You can also learn the basics about maintenance, cost, availability in the Midwest, and much, much more.
Plug-in vehicle owners will present their experiences with owning and driving plug-in hybrid or electric vehicles. Topics covered include overall experiences, costs, driving, hot/cold weather, and technology usage. Time for question and answer.
We will be converting an older bicycle to run partially on electric power.
We will show you the steps to convert your vehicle to run on new or used cooking oil, as well as the best vehicles for conversion!
Ever consider going on a self-propelled adventure? Learn how to plan and execute a successful bicycle tour, whether it’s for a weekend or a month. Trip planning, equipment needed, and much more will all be discussed.
This three-hour workshop requires a $30 ticket that can be purchased at www.TheEnergyFair.org/tickets or on-site (space limited). In this workshop a comprehensive, state of the art review of various conductive and emerging inductive (wireless) charging technologies for electric vehicles (EVs), will be presented.
In this workshop we will look at the total watts I consume driving a Tesla “S” under a wide range of driving conditions, and discuss the size of a solar electric system required to drive on 100% sunshine.
Most are not aware that we are using only half of Nikola Tesla’s patented hardware, the remainder of which is proven capable of ending greenhouse gas emissions!
Advanced Fuel Vehicle (AVF) options are incredible, plentiful, and varied. Whether you are considering your first investment or have been an AVF follower since day one, ask your questions of an experienced driver of AFVs.
Understand the changing marketplace of electric and hybrid vehicles. Learn about choosing makes/models, new or used, and what it takes to own and maintain hybrid electric vehicles (HEV).
A brief history of electric transportation, hybrids, and electric vehicles will be given, followed by specific information on the Chevy Volt (Generation One) and improvements made in Generation Two – the Chevy Bolt. Doug will also review the Tesla 3.
Learn about hybrid, plug-in, and standard electric vehicles, including individualized guidance on which type of car is best for you in the classroom for two hours. Then, join us for a one-hour tour of the Clean Transportation Show.
This workshop will help answer the most commonly asked Tesla/electric vehicle-related questions from Tesla owners. The information presented will be unbiased and provide a wealth of information.
A comprehensive understanding of maximizing the benefits of combining solar and electric vehicle technology based on extensive professional and practical experiences.