GOSHEN, Ind. – The City of Goshen, the Council of Governments of the Michiana Region and the Clean Cities of the South Rim will hold an electric vehicle exhibition on October 1.
This exhibit will take place in the parking lot of Goshen Town Hall, 202 South Fifth Street, on October 1 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Anyone attending the free exhibition will have the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the electric vehicles on display and learn about their benefits from the representatives present.
“The exhibit will highlight the multiple benefits of driving an electric vehicle, introduce community members who are already embracing this technology, and help attendees get the information they need to make the change as well,” he said. said Aaron Sawatsky-Kingsley, director of Goshen’s Department of Environmental Resilience.
Electric vehicles that should be on display include the Chevrolet Bolts, Nissan LEAF, Tesla Models S, 3 and Y, and more.
The City of Goshen is delighted to continue to expand and adapt the use of electric vehicles in the region.
“Access to charging stations locally has really improved since we last hosted this event in 2018. The city has installed a free public charging station and two more will soon be available at the Goshen Public Library and in the public parking lot near Goshen Brewing Company, thanks to Volkswagen regulations, ”added Sawatsky-Kingsley.
Goshen is currently on the task of reducing light-duty vehicle emissions by twenty-five percent by 2026, according to the city’s climate action plan.