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EV Caravan – Learn about Chargers and Public Talk Story
September 27, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
For National Drive Electric Week 2020, we will have an EV caravan again! Weʻll drive together, visit the charging stations of Lihue and Kapaa and pay attention to social distancing and masks when we get out of the cars. Hopefully weʻll find many working chargers and many photo ops along the way.
EV Caravan Learn about Chargers and Public Talk Story
- Start at 2pm in Puhi at the Hokulei Village Safeway EV chargers
- Drive to chargers in Lihue and Kapaa, stop for charger demonstration
- End at Kealia overlook for group photo and drone video
- Public welcome to view cars and talk to owners 4 – 5pm
- Face masks and social distancing required at all times outside of vehicles
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We will meet at the Hokulei Village Safeway Chargers, visit Kukui Grove (Starbucks), Rice Street Shopping Center, have a longer stop for photos at the new Kauai County Chargers, drive by Walmart to the 2 locations at Wilcox, drive through Hanamaulu towards Kapaʻa, stop at the Coconut marketplace, visit the Safeway chargers, and end at Kealia Overlook to take photos of all our EVs. Whoever is interested can stay for the Talk Story to chat and show your car to the public.
During the caravan, we have scheduled a dial-in zoom meeting so we can describe the route and information about chargers. After dialing in, put it on your speaker phone and mute yourself so you can hear the information. You should receive the zoom link after registering, if you need it, contact KauaiEV on Facebook or text Sonja Kass at 808-652-0591. It is not necessary to dial in if you’d rather not. Many thanks to the Sustainable Energy Hawaii LLC for allowing us to use their zoom account for this meeting.
Please look at the route below, there are 2 overview maps and several detail maps. No need to print the maps, it’s safer to not look at them while driving. In case we get separated, meet up at the County Building (behind the Kaua’i Museum) or at the Kealia Overlook.