Chris Paine Puts Out Call To Organizers For National Drive Electric Week – Video

JUN 24 2014 BY STATIK 3

Help Chris Get More Of "These" Off The Road

Help Chris Get More Of “These” Off The Road

Chris Paine, who famously brought us the documentaries “Who Killed the Electric Car?” and “Revenge of the Electric Car” has put himself in front of the camera for a good cause.

Specifically, to rally more event organizers for National Drive Electric Week…formerly known as National Plug-In Day.

The event runs from September 15th through the 21st, and a listing of the already 60 locations (at time of press) can be found here.  If you don’t see a gathering in your ‘neck of the woods’ on the map, why not think about getting involved?

To help out with an existing event location, or to organize a new event, check out National Drive Electric Weeks volunteer sign-up sheet here.

Map Of The 60 Locations Already On Board For National Drive Electric Week

Map Of The 60 Locations Already On Board For National Drive Electric Week

About the video/event:

EV proponent Kelly Olsen directed the new National Drive Electric Week video. Among Paine’s current projects: Executive producing “Bikes vs. Cars,” a new documentary about the bicycle, “an amazing tool for change.”

Plug In America, the Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association are national organizers teaming up with local groups across the country and abroad to organize events. National sponsors include the Nissan LEAF and the Dent Agency.

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Brian
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Brian

Interesting that most of those dots are in the eastern part of the country. I’m sure that the events in California are much bigger, but it’s great to see that EVs are really taking off nationwide!

Jesse Gurr
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Jesse Gurr

“…and a listing of the already 60 locations (at time of press) can be found here.”

There was no link included for those locations. Where can I find the list of locations?