National Plug In Day Now Includes 95 Cities; Here’s Your City-by-City Rundown of Plug In Day (September 28 – 29) Events

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The third annual National Plug In Day is just around the corner (September 28-29), but there’s still time left to seek out an event to attend nearby.

The list below includes all of the Plug In Day events scheduled this year.  The cities listed have a click-able link that will take you to a new page with all of the relevant details for that particular event.

Most importantly, National Plug In Day organizers don’t require that you register for an event.  So, if you see one listed in your neck of the woods and would like to attend, then just show up (or register first, if you so desire).  It’s up to you.

By attending one of this year’s events, you’ll make history, as this will be the largest ever National Plug In Day…until next year.

National Plug In Day Events

City or Metro Area State/Province Country Day(s)
Amsterdam Netherlands Sat Sep 28
Huntsville Alabama USA Sun Sep 29
Phoenix Arizona USA Sat Sep 28
Tucson Arizona USA Sun Sep 29
East Bay Area California USA Sat Sep 28
Bay Area California USA Sat Sep 28
Diamond Bar California USA Sat Sep 28
Sacramento California USA Sun Sep 29
Central Valley California USA Sat Sep 28
Long Beach California USA Sat Sep 28
Northridge California USA Sun Sep 29
Ventura County California USA Sat Sep 28
Palm Desert California USA Sat Sep 28
North SF Bay Area California USA Sun Sep 29
San Diego California USA Sat Sep 28
Marin County California USA Sun Sep 29
Santa Barbara County California USA Sun Sep 29
Monterey Bay – Santa Cruz California USA Sun Sep 29
Denver Metro Area Colorado USA Sat Sep 28
Central Connecticut State University Connecticut USA Sun Sep 29
Putnam Connecticut USA Sat Sep 28
Washington DC District Of Columbia USA Sun Sep 29
Jacksonville Florida USA Sat Sep 28
Orlando Florida USA Sun Sep 29
Sarasota Florida USA Sun Sep 29
Tampa Bay Florida USA Sat Sep 28
West Palm Beach Florida USA Sat Sep 28
Atlanta Metro Georgia USA Sat Sep 28
Falcon’s Stadium Georgia USA Sat Sep 28
Hilo Hawaii USA Sat Sep 28
Kona Hawaii USA Sun Sep 29
Boise Idaho USA Sun Sep 29
Chicago – Western Suburbs Illinois USA Sun Sep 29
Normal Illinois USA Sat Sep 28
Indianapolis Indiana USA Sun Sep 29
South Bend Indiana USA Sat Sep 28
Kansas City Kansas USA Sat Sep 28
Portland Area Maine USA Sun Sep 29
Annapolis Maryland USA Sun Sep 29
Baltimore Maryland USA Sat Sep 28
College Park Maryland USA Sat Sep 28
Timonium Maryland USA Sat Sep 28
Waldorf Maryland USA Sat Sep 28
Plymouth Massachusetts USA Sun Sep 29
Vineyard Haven Massachusetts USA Sat Sep 28
Ann Arbor Michigan USA Sat Sep 28
Saline Michigan USA Sat Sep 28
Twin Cities Minnesota USA Sat Sep 28
Springfield Missouri USA Sun Sep 29
St. Louis Missouri USA Sun Sep 29
Las Vegas Nevada USA Sun Sep 29
Reno Nevada USA Sun Sep 29
Manchester New Hampshire USA Sat Sep 28
West Jersey/Eastern PA Delaware River New Jersey USA Sat Sep 28
Jersey City New Jersey USA Sun Sep 29
Trenton New Jersey USA Sat Sep 28
Albany Capital District New York USA Sun Sep 29
New York City New York USA Sat Sep 28
Long Island New York USA Sat Sep 28
Rochester New York USA Sat Sep 28
Syracuse New York USA Sat Sep 28
Columbus Ohio USA Sat Sep 28
Portland Oregon USA Sat Sep 28
Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA Sun Sep 29
State College Pennsylvania USA Sat Sep 28
Charleston South Carolina USA Sun Sep 29
Chattanooga Tennessee USA Sun Sep 29
Tri-cities Tennessee USA Sat Sep 28
University of Tennessee Tennessee USA Sat Sep 28
Nashville Tennessee USA Sep 28-29
Townsend Tennessee USA Sat Sep 28
Austin Texas USA Sun Sep 29
Dallas-Fort Worth Texas USA Sat Sep 28
Fredericksburg Texas USA Sep 28-29
Houston Texas USA Sat Sep 28
Salt Lake City Utah USA Sat Sep 28
Burlington Vermont USA Sat Sep 28
Harrisonburg Virginia USA Sat Sep 28
Herndon Virginia USA Sat Sep 28
Manassas Virginia USA Sun Sep 29
Hampton Roads Virginia USA Sat Sep 28
Seattle Washington USA Sat Sep 28
Richland Washington USA Sun Sep 29
Wenatchee Washington USA Sat Sep 28
Madison Wisconsin USA Sat Sep 28
Waukesha Wisconsin USA Sat Sep 28
86 total

National Plug In Day Events on Other Dates

City or Metro Area State/Province Country Date
Ottawa Ontario Canada Sep 30
Toronto Ontario Canada Sep 22
Plaza Bicentenario, Hermosillo Mexico Oct 06
Hanover Maryland USA Sep 24
Concord New Hampshire USA Oct 05
East Tennessee State University Tennessee USA Sep 26
Knoxville Tennessee USA Sep 27
Maryville College Tennessee USA Sep 26
Memphis Tennessee USA Sep 25
9 total

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4 responses to "National Plug In Day Now Includes 95 Cities; Here’s Your City-by-City Rundown of Plug In Day (September 28 – 29) Events"

  1. GeorgeS says:

    excellent post,
    click on your city and you can see where and when and what vehicles will be there.

    I am totally shocked by the Phoenix turnout: 23 Leafs, 10Volts, 10 Model S, 2 Roadsters an FFE. Wow. Wish I could attend.

    1. Assaf says:

      Wow, nice to hear.

      So… Leaf sales still holding strong in Phoenix? Is this mostly to buyers who can shield their Leafs from the heat in a closed garage?

      Here in Seattle we’re raining ourselves out of the event. It’s pouring and gusty and not very appetizing for dragging the family across the toll bridge and into some drippy pavilion at a Nissan dealership. Hopefully better luck next year…

  2. Bill Howland says:

    I attended the Rochester (actually east of Rochester in Penfield, NY) and the turnout was better than expected. We thought we were going to get 13 evs, but actually 18 different ones showed up throughout the day.

    Our Leader (Bob) was charging a volt at 8 amps with a deep cycle battery, 1200 watt inverter, and 764 watts of solar panels (probably would have been 1kw in southern california).

    I brought my roadster, and gave 45 miles worth of rides (got home with exactly 5 miles of range left) ,

    I couldn’t charge because facilities were at a premium: 1 – 120 volt extension cord, and 1 – 3kw Voltec, permanently installed by the Town, and donated by BOB.

    John Allen brought his brand new Ford Transit Connect ev ($50k, 60 mile range, 3.3 kw charging), from Newfane, so he had several stops on the way and presumably, back home.

    Other Priority chargers were the Honda Fit EV owner from Clarence, so between the transit connect and the Honda, there were no places for anyone who didn’t need to charge, to do so.

    A nice fellow from Webster brought his brand new RAV4EV , with the $10k Toyota discount, and $7500 federal (No EV tax breaks in NY State), his out of pocket cost will be ultimately $32-33k only. Thats not bad for a decent sized, decent range (140 miles) SUV. I asked him how he did it, he said he just called up a California Toyota dealer, and they shipped him the thing for $1000, uninspected. He went to a local garage for the NY State sticker.

    In general, a very highbrow, friendly group.

  3. Bill Howland says:

    If State College, PA would have held its program on Sunday, I could have gone to that one also, (provided they had a 70 amp charger so that I could get back home!!).

    Supposedly, they had zero registrations (according to the PlugINAmerica.com website).

    Anyone go to the State College program and see if anyone showed up?