Check Out The Newest EV’s Saturday, June 25th, 2022 At The Greenwood Car Show

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Jun 20, 2022

2022 brings the return of the annual Greenwood Car show in Seattle which will include a large group of electric vehicles. The Seattle Electric Vehicle Association (SEVA), a nonprofit promoting electric vehicles is planning on having a strong presence at the show this year because of all the new models of EV’s being released. It’s a great time to meet actual EV owners and find out about their experiences driving electric.

Rumor has it that in addition to some of the cars shown below, we should be seeing a 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E, a 2022 Kia EV6, a 2022 BMW iX, a 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 and hopefully a few other late model EV’s.

Because of the pandemic, the in-person Greenwood car show was cancelled in 2020 and 2021. We’re really excited to see some of the newer electric vehicles that have been released in the past couple of years.

Our EV Support division will be there as well with our (new to us), all-electric 2019 Kona EV and we can answer questions you might have about electric vehicle charging station installations and driving electric.

Jeremy Smithson, our founder, with Puget Sound Solar’s Azure/Ford Transit Connect EV at the 2019 Greenwood Car Show.

The people in SEVA love chatting about all things EV related. Some members have designed and customized their EV’s and others drive factory-built EV’s.

When you’re ready to get an electric vehicle charging station installed, please give us a call at 206-706-1931 or fill out the webform below to get a free quote for your home, multifamily residence or business.

About The Author - Stu Frothingham

Stu has a degree in Clean Energy Technology, a Certificate in Sustainable Business Management and a BA in Communications. He’s experienced in marketing solar products and services plus he has a background as a clinician and researcher. Stu designed, manufactured and installed his own solar PV system and drives an all-electric Nissan LEAF to reduce his carbon footprint. Stu is active with local solar organizations, Seattle Parks and Sustainable Ballard. He wants to help to save the planet for future generations and believes sustainability is something we can all embrace.

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