On July 22nd, 2021, Joyce Bodoh of the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative was the featured stakeholder for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour.
During the session, Joyce discussed REC’s residential charging program and their activities with workplace charging. She also provided some basic background about EVs including current barriers, the status of EVs in Virginia, and the solutions that REC sees for a path forward.
You can view the recording and learn about REC and EVs here or on our YouTube channel.
To learn more about EVs and REC’s EV initiatives you can also visit their Electric Vehicles Webpage.
The Technology Happy Hour is a monthly series presented by Virginia Clean Cities aiming to connect individuals and fleets to technologies and provide a space for open discussion with technology providers. Our next session will take place on August 19th, with Mike Cecere of Clean Energy who will be speaking about Renewable Natural Gas technologies. Don’t forget to sign up for future Technology Happy Hour Events on our events page!
If you are an alternative fuels technology provider who would like to be a featured stakeholder in this series, please reach out to VCC Program Coordinator Sarah Stalcup.