Updated: Jul 11
Buzz, the EVangelist, will lead a discussion on the EV pickup trucks that are expected to be available for purchase/delivery this fall.
Nanette from the Hawaii EAA Chapter will enlighten us on what it is like to drive electric in Hawaii.
Member updates on their projects.
The Hawaii EAA presentation is below:
01:23:38 Ken Sheldon: Here in TX, we have seen more than one event this year that demonstrated the electric infrastructure is not ready to handle current events, let alone the increased load of charging an increasing number of EVs. Is the Hawaii electric infrastructure ready to support charging more EVs?
01:32:23 Ken Sheldon: ~3 miles per KWH....
01:33:23 Jason Rapp: https://blog.ucsusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/ucsusa_30220343.png - According to the UCS an EV in HI on the standard grid is like driving a 54mpg hybrid, pretty good even considering how much fossil energy is in your grid