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Driving Electric: Every Now and Then I Need to Tow a Boat

Driving Electric: Every Now and Then I Need to Tow a Boat

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When:

  • Wed 22 May, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Where:

Otago Museum, 419 Great King Street, Dunedin

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

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Driving Electric

Rethinking how we get around is a practical step that many of us can take to help mitigate against global warming. And electrification of transport is key in this area.

Join our panel of electric vehicle users to learn about their EV experience and ask all those questions you might have about life in the EV lane!

Panellists include: Dave Campbell (introducing UBCO electric utility bikes), James Brundell (Hare & Turtle event and longer journeys by electric vehicle), Nathan Thompson (e-bikes and e-microtransport options), and Kevin O'Neil (Otago Polytechnic, senior lecturer automotive engineering - what's under the EV bonnet).

The talk is in the Hutton Theatre followed by a Q&A outside with a display of electric vehicles.

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