A convoy of electric vehicles is set to arrive in San Angelo on September 27, thanks to the efforts of Texas Electric Transportation Resources Alliance, Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation, Lightning eMotors, and the Texas Electric School Bus Project. The purpose of this roadshow is to educate community leaders, school districts, elected officials, and local legislators about the benefits of electric transportation and the resources available to implement it in their respective towns.
Starting at 10 a.m., the convoy will make a stop at the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center on Avenue B. Similar stops will be made in Midland and Lubbock. The objective of these visits is to raise awareness about the potential future of Texas with electrified transportation. Community leaders will have the opportunity to learn about available grants and incentives from experts in the electric vehicle (EV) field.
Tom “Smitty” Smith of the Texas Electric Transportation Resource Alliance expressed his enthusiasm for bringing the EV roadshow to West Texas. He believes that showcasing a range of electric vehicles, including an electric school bus, will revolutionize the region’s transportation landscape. The primary goal is to stimulate local economies, foster collaboration with community leaders, and maximize the benefits of electric transportation, promoting growth in West Texas communities.
The convoy will feature a variety of electric vehicles, including a Lightning eMotors bus, Hummer EV, Ford Mustang Mach E, Tesla Model Y, and Volvo C40 Pure Recharge Electric. These vehicles will serve as visual and photo opportunities for attendees.
Ultimately, the roadshow aims to pave the way for a future of sustainable and clean transportation in West Texas. It will give local leaders the tools and knowledge to take advantage of the resources and incentives available to electrify their communities. By embracing electric transportation, West Texas can contribute to the larger goal of reducing emissions, improving air quality, and promoting a greener future for all.
– Electric Transportation: Refers to the use of electric vehicles, such as cars and buses, as a means of transportation.
– Grants and Incentives: Financial initiatives provided by various organizations or governments to encourage and support the adoption of electric transportation. These grants and incentives can help reduce the upfront costs of purchasing electric vehicles or installing charging infrastructure.
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