Friday 6 November at 6.00pm, at the Presbyterian Community Centre, 91 Tenby Street, Wanaka.
Oana Jones, Full Dome producer at Otago Museum.
Cost – $5 per person.
New Zealand is in a unique position for the adoption of electric cars. With a lot of cheap imports, a majority of our power generation from renewable sources, and a national network of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, EVs are becoming more and more of a popular option for motorists. In this talk, Oana will explore electric cars from a performance, environmental and financial point of view.
Members of the local EV community will be available after the talk with their electric vehicles to answer questions and give demonstrations.
Oana Jones is the Full Dome Producer at the Otago Museum. While her job mainly focuses on Astronomy, Oana has volunteered with EECA as an EV-angelist and is secretary of the Otago Electric Vehicles Society. In her spare time she collaborates on the YouTube series ‘Charged As’ which focuses on New Zealand EV stories.