FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 15, 2019
Contact: Ed Potosnak
C: (732) 991-7574
Join the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters for “AN ELECTRIC EVENING”
TRENTON, NJ – Today, the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, with co-sponsors, ChargEVC, NJCAR, Center for Sustainable Energy, Bird, and NRDC invite local and state elected officials, partner organizations, and all 2019 League of Municipalities Conference attendees to join them for “An Electric Evening.”
“Electrification is the way of the future, but let’s not wait,” said Ed Potosnak, Executive Director of New Jersey League of Conservation Voters. “Come join us for a fun evening where we will celebrate all things electric – with great door prizes, too.”
“An Electric Evening” will be at MoneyLine Bar and Book in the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City on Wednesday, November 20th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. featuring live jazz, an open bar, lite fare, and everything electric!
WITH EXCITING PRIZES:
- A limited number Lyft vouchers for safe travel from our event!
- The first 75 people to attend will receive a free portable cellphone charger!
- All attendees are eligible to win a door prize — AN ELECTRIC SCOOTER!
“Join us for what promises to be a truly ELECTRIC EVENING as we work together - and have some fun - to get this important bill over the finish line,” says Pam Frank, CEO of ChargEVC, a coalition of statewide EV policy advocates.
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“NJ CAR is proud to sponsor An Electric Evening and support NJLCV’s goal of getting more electric vehicles on New Jersey roads,” said Brian Hughes, Communications Director of NJCAR. “See you there!”
“The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) is excited to be a sponsor of the evening’s festivities and to highlight our focus on developing dynamic relationships with stakeholders to help achieve New Jersey’s energy and clean transportation goals”, said John Livermore, Senior Director for the Northeast Region. “The key to our continued growth and success across the market lies in our commitment to mission-driven projects and programs that drive market transformation and the adoption of clean energy technologies.”
"Bird is excited for a great evening with the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters to promote carbon emission free electric vehicles in the Garden State,” said Melinda Hanson, Head of Sustainability at Bird. “We look forward to meeting local leaders from across New Jersey and demoing our best in class e-scooters."
“The Natural Resources Defense Council is proud to partner with groups like NJLCV that are committed to electrifying New Jersey’s transportation sector,” says Eric Miller, NJ Energy Policy Director of NRDC.
New Jersey League of Conservation Voters is a non-partisan organization whose mission is to elect environmental champions, hold public officials accountable, and support laws which protect our environment and improve the quality of people’s lives.
ChargEVC’s mission is to serve as a trusted resource for research and a singular voice for advocacy, leading to advanced EV market development programs and policies. We work at the local level, with local players, in response to local conditions, to expand EV programs state by state.
NJCAR defends the franchise system, promotes legislation benefiting our industry and works to defeat bills that would be harmful to the 510 New Jersey neighborhood new car dealerships and the 39,000 men and women that depend on those dealerships for their livelihoods.
The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) is a nonprofit energy program administration and advisory services organization. Our vision is a future with sustainable, equitable and resilient transportation, buildings and communities.
Bird is a reliable last mile electric scooter rental service. Our mission is to make cities more livable by reducing car usage, traffic, and congestion.
NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.