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Harnessing our power as energy consumers to speed the transition to a low-carbon future.

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We enable everyday people to make green energy choices in the most cost-effective, practical and seamless ways possible, and to advocate for energy policies that benefit the greater good.

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Drive Green Get a discounted electric car
Green Powered Choose the right kind of green electricity.
Heating Oil Service Get a discount on heating oil with a local dealer
Solar Compare apples-to-apples quotes online from vetted solar installers
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What: Deep Dive into EV Batteries

When: Tuesday, Apr 7 2020, 12:00pm

Where: Online

Vehicle electrification to lower greenhouse gas emissions will largely be driven by better batteries. Though the current technology is good enough for early-adopters, how will better tech move us towards an all-electric future as quickly as possible? Join Green Energy Consumers Alliance for this hour-long webinar to learn: - Why batteries are crucial to transition from the internal combustion engine and reduce our dependence on gasoline. - How improved battery technology will make electric vehicles cheaper and encourage more drivers to switch. - What to expect from battery tech if you drive or want to drive an electric car now.

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