The New England Electric Auto Association

Next meeting: Saturday, July 14th from 2-5pm at 164 Talcott Ridge Drive, Middletown CT.


Summer Barbecue. Andrew Kasznay will be hosting this cookout and will be providing a barbecue grill as well as level 1 and 2 charging. The barbeque will be fired up around 1 for those who want to come early. Please bring something to grill or something to share. Burgers, hot dogs, drinks, cookies etc. Please call Andy at 860-895-7742 or Jesse at 617-890-9605 for more information or to RSVP. You can also RSVP on Facebook.

Upcoming EVents:
Saturday 6/23, Cumberland Public Library, 12-4pm, 1464 Diamond Hill Road, (SR-114) Cumberland Rhode Island.

Sunday 6/24 Plymouth Public Library, 12-4pm, 132 South Street, Plymouth MA

Sunday 6/24 Chenery Middle School, 1-4pm, 95 Washington Street, Belmont MA (Hosted by the Belmont light department)

Thursday 6/28 Midway Restaurant, 5-8pm, 174 Ashford Center Road, (US-44) Ashford Connecticut. Call Marian Matthews for more information at 860-420-5844

Saturday 7/7 from 3-6pm, Braintree Town Hall, 1 JFK Memorial Drive, Braintree MA. (Hosted by Braintree Electric Light Department)

 

Donate to NEEAA

We're hoping to buy a new canopy, purchase more promotional flyers, hopefully even enough for a public charging station. Donations go through our umbrella organization, the EAA so they are tax deductible as applicable by law.

 

 

 

A home for the rEVolution

The New England Electric Auto Association (NEEAA) is one of over 30 Electric Auto Clubs throughout the U.S. and Canada. NEEAA is associated with the national Electric Auto Association. We’ve been around for over 50 years. That was back when if you wanted an EV, you built or converted it yourself. We hold monthly meetings throughout New England to promote the adoption of EVs through education and advocacy. Like us on Facebook.

 

We've been around since 1965.

Every second Saturday of the month, in different parts of New England, our members get together to discuss EV's, share news, and advocate to the public. Sometimes it's a test drive in a Tesla. Other times, we collaborate with universities, National Drive Electric Week, the Sierra Club, and municipal light companies to educate people on the environmental, cultural and political benefits of EV's. Like us on Facebook.

1Chevy volt and two Nissan Leafs on charge

 

Past Events Gallery

From Maine to Rhode Island

At the EV-friendly Chili’s in Auburn, MA. June 2016.

Robin of the Sierra Club is their point person on EVs.

Connecticutt State Rep at one of the many National Drive Electric events, 2016.

At the National Drive Electric Week Worcester Polytech event, 2015

 

Most of our events and updates are posted on our Facebook page. However, for web-related matters, please contact Jesse!