Clean Tech and Energy Solutions in Transportation, March 17, 5:30 pm

  • 17 Mar 2015
Event Description

March 17: Clean Tech and Energy Solutions in Transportation
Of the ~25,000 Tesla’s (with orders for thousands) to date, come meet Tesla #1858 (world wide) and its owner, Harold Nahigian, who will extol the virtues of this fine, albeit expensive (or is it), and green mode of transport. And yes, we can look under the hood!

Then, we'll chat with Eamon Carrig, Founder of Autonomous Marine Systems, who uses sail power to make the vastness of the oceans seem quaint by providing real time intelligence about every cubic inch of water on the planet.

To register:

For more information, email Barb Finer at:

(Fee is likely $25 for non-members)

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@Allison Friedman
In a recent conversation with my parents I made the comment that most likely the next car I purchase will be fully electric. Might be optimistic but what do you believe is an accurate time line for electric powered cars surpassing traditional gas guzzlers for majority hold in the US?

I know its a loaded question but figured your insight would be worth provoking.

By Steven_Spicer | Mar 16, 2015

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