Drive Electric Earth Day

Drive Electric Earth Day
EV Movie Night
Ventura, CA
Apr 23, 2021

Note: This is an online only event with no physical location.
Day: Friday, April 23, 2021 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the Attend page.
Time: 11:00 am - 11:45 pm PDT
Audience: Ventura, CA, Local Area
Host: EV Advocates of Ventura County
Topics: Driving Experience
Environmental Benefits
Other
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Event Description

 

EV Movie Night

It’s Friday night, grab some popcorn and watch the following videos!

These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by EV Advocates of Ventura County or Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance of any of the products, services, or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. EV Advocates of Ventura County or Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Please contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.

Our friends at Plug In America have compiled a list of EV-related movies and TV shows available for streaming:

Who Killed the Electric Car?

Available on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

This 2006 documentary film explains the rise and fall of GM’s EV1, the first mass-produced all-electric vehicle, and other EVs like the Ford Th!nk and Toyota RAV4. Passionate EV drivers rallied together in a grassroots effort to stop the vehicles from heading to the crusher and eventually formed Plug In America.

 

Revenge of the Electric Car

Available on Amazon Prime Video

This 2011 follow up to Who Killed the Electric Car? follows four trailblazers; Elon Musk (Telsa Motors CEO), Carlos Gosen (CEO and President of Renault of France and Nissan of Japan), Bob Luzen (Vice Chairman of GM), and Greg Abbott (Californian EV mechanic) who are fighting to bring back EVs.

 

Fully Charged

Available on YouTube

There are many great EV videos available on YouTube, but one of the most popular EV web series is Fully Charged, hosted by Robert Llewellyn.

 

Electrified – The Current State of Electric Vehicles

Available on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

Filmmaker Ryan Hunter created this 37-minute 2019 documentary that explores many aspects of EV adoption. It also includes interviews with Plug In America co-founders Chelsea Sexton and Paul Scott.

 

And We Go Green

Available on Hulu

This 2019 documentary film, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, focuses on the rise of Formula E electric car racing. Formula E is capturing the eyes of millions while showing spectators that EVs are high-performance vehicles. 

 

Top Gear USA

Season 4, Episode 7: Fully Charged

Available on Hulu

In this episode of the popular car series, the hosts take a look at three of the best-selling electric cars.

 

EV Advocates of Ventura County have also compiled a list of EV-related videos available for streaming:

 

6 Things James May hates about his Tesla

James May’s (former Top Gear host) had his Tesla Model S for more than a year, so he’s had plenty of time to fall in love with it. But it’s not perfect – so join May in his bunker for a rundown of his dislikes in proper YouTuber style. It’s ok though, because he also loves 2,837 things about it.

YouTube

 

What Pollutes More? Electric or Gas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oVrIHcdxjA

Robert Llewellyn of Fully Charged narrated this short on what energy is used in making gasoline and electricity.  

In the movie you will see that only one part of the electricity used to produce oil is the energy used to operate the hammerhead oil jack pump. On average each such pump uses 9,960 Kwh per month. Here in Ventura there are 3,800 active oil wells. 3,800 x 9,960 per month = 37,848,000 Kwh per month x 12 = 454,176,000 per year. That's 454 million Kwh per year in Ventura County to pump oil out of the ground. Enough to provide each household in Ventura County with 140 Kwh per month or to drive each EV registered in the county over 9,000 miles per month. (Not counting then energy to transport oil, refine it and deliver the finished product to the consumers fuel tank)


Electrified: The Current State of Electric Vehicles

Several EV owners come together to discuss how electric cars have evolved and where we currently are in the state of developing technology. The video covers issues and experiences related to charging, battery degradation, and range anxiety, along with detailed explanations of charging levels, types of EVs, and the future of hydrogen.

Amazon Prime Video and YouTube

 

Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Training Announcement!

Weber State University Department of Auto Technology’s video announcing two online classes EV training courses.  

YouTube

 

News Coulomb YouTube Channel

News Coulomb is a channel devoted to sharing information and news about alternative-fuel vehicles, tools, and homes.

YouTube

 

Want to take a virtual test drive of some of newest EVs?

 

2021 Rivian R1T Test Drive

Take a test drive in Rivian’s new truck, the only Cybertruck rival!

YouTube

 

2020 Mini Cooper Test Drive

Cars.com takes the 2020 Mini Cooper SE EV for a test drive. Check out the interior, exterior, and cargo space.

YouTube

 

Tom Voelk’s Driven 2020 Mini Cooper SE EV test drive around Seattle shows that EVs are a blast to drive. 

YouTube

 

Tesla Model Y Test Drive

Is the Model Y the best electric vehicle for the money in 2020?

YouTube

 

Jay Leno’s Garage checks out the full self-driving capability of the new Tesla Model Y!

YouTube

 


Registered Attendees

There are currently 19 attendees registered.

Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend

Vehicle Registered
Chevrolet Bolt 3
Tesla Model 3 2
Chevrolet Volt 1
Nissan Leaf (2011-2017) 1
Nissan Leaf (2018+) 1
Tesla Model X 1
Tesla Model Y 1
Volkswagen e-Golf 1
8 Models 11

Registered attendees report 315,094 electric miles driven.

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