Tailpipe emissions account for 50% of our air pollution along the Wasatch Front. Driving a “zero-emission” electric car is one of the most effective and direct ways to control air pollution. Electric vehicles represent one of the fastest growing segments of new cars in Utah, but we need EV chargers in workplaces and homes to keep the momentum growing.
Leaders for Clean Air (LFCA) is a nonprofit dedicated to private sector efforts to clean up our air through adoption and support of electric vehicles. LFCA can assist in the visioning, planning, and implementation of any charger project.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
- Check out LeadersforCleanAir.org and find out how you can get a free EV charger at your workplace. Contact Micah Kagan, at LFCA to learn more.
- Attend Live Electric’s free upcoming Ride-and-Drive workshops to learn more about EVs from the experts and find out what it’s like to drive an EV – brought to you by UCAIR, Utah Clean Energy and Rocky Mountain Power.
Multi-Agency State Office Building ride-and-drive
When: Tuesday, June 5th from 4:30PM – 6:30PM
Where: Multi-Agency State Office Building, 195 N 1950 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Department of Agriculture and Food ride-and-drive
When: Thursday, June 14 from 11AM – 1PM
Where: Department of Agriculture and Food building, 350 N Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84116