A little about WVEAA
The West Virginia Electric Auto Association is a small group of electric car enthusiasts. The association is organized as a chapter of the national Electric Auto Association. At a recent meeting, annual dues of $15 were established to help defer materials and signage costs of exhibits at events.
May 18 Sustainability Fair. WVEAA members will be displaying and talking about electric cars at the 2019 Huntington Sustainability Fair on Saturday, May 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM in the parking lot of "The Wild Ramp" local food emporium, located at 555 14th Street West in Huntington.
July Meetup July 13, 9 AM. First Presbyterian Church of Nitro, 111 21st, Nitro, WV. Coffee and breakfast snacks will be provided.
NEW WVEAA Brochure
See our new WVEAA brochure developed for our recent tabling events. Many thanks go out to Scott Hamilton for his markup skills to develop this brochure.
Click here to download the new WVEAA brochure.
West Virginia State Parks added a page on their web site describing the EV charging stations available at the State Park Lodges. Click here to visit the State Park EV Charging Stations.
Thank you, Thank you,
to the members who sent comments to the West Virginia Department of Highways. I've been assured your comments will have an effect on the final plan.
The draft VW Settlement for West Virginia Mitigation Plan has been published for public review. You can download a copy of the 109 page draft plan at this link: Mitigation Plan link. Public comments are due by May 23, 2019. The WVEAA comments have been emailed to our email list. You can file your own comments at the following link: Comment Here. For questions, leave a message with any of your WVEAA board members or reach us through the "Contact Us" form link on this page.
WVEAA has now provided comments to the West Virginia Department of Highways on the VW Draft Mitigation Plan. Our comments are available for your review at: WVEAA Comments. The deadline for comments is Thursday, May 23, 2019. We have provided a list of talking points you may want to discuss in your comments. The recommended talking points are linked here: VW Settlement Plan Talking Points. Please do not copy the WVEAA comments, but use your own thoughts and words.
WVEAA participated a regional conferences recently. On May 5 WVEAA board members Robert Fernatt and Marty Weirick presented at the West Virginia 4rd Annual Solar Congress in Charleston, where we offered a variation of our presentation titled "Driving on Sunshine".
Click here to download our 2016 Energy Summit presentation.
Click here to download our West Virginia Parkways Authority presentation.
Watch the WVEAA presentation to the Charleston Rotary via YouTube.