The New England Electric Auto Association

Next meeting: will be Saturday, May 11th at the Kingston Public Library, 6 Green Street, Kingston MA, 02364 from 12-4 pm. Multiple dealers will be present for test drives and there will be a local television station present to cover this event. A solar company may also be present. Pizza, water and cookies will be served. Please call Jesse at 617-890-9605 for more information, to RSVP, to schedule an EVent in your area or if you need a ride from a nearby charging station. You can also RSVP on the NEEAA Facebook site.




Upcoming EVents:
Saturday, April 20 from 12:30 to 4:30 pm. Tolland Public Library, 21 Tolland Green, Tolland, Connecticut. Please call Phil Dooley at (860)875-4455 for more information.

Saturday, April 27 from 1 to 5 pm. Hebert's Candy Mansion, 574 Hartford Turnpike (US-20), Shrewsbury, MA. Please call Jeff Manning at (508)596-4413 for more information.

Saturday, May 4, 12 to 4 pm. Sharon Green Day, Sharon High School, 181 Pond Street, Sharon MA. Please call Ken Olum for more information at (781)784-6114.

Sunday, May 5, 12 to 4pm. University of Massachusetts, Lowell Inn and Conference Center 50 Warren St Lowell, MA 01852

Saturday, May 18, 12 to 5pm. Hingham Public Library, 66 Leavitt Street Hingham, MA 02043

Sunday, June 9, Nantasket Beach Car Show, Hull MA, 9 am to 2 pm. Live registration begins at 7am. There will be a separate section of the show for hybrids, plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles. This is a charity EVent for Cops For Kids With Cancer. Please call Craig Wolfe at 781-771-6416 or Barry Oransky at 617-733-9326 for more information. You can register either on site or at http://nantasketbeachcarshow.com

Saturday, June 15, 5th annual Soular Jazz Festival, First Parish Unitarian Church, 40 Church Street Northboro, Massachusetts 10am to 5:45pm. Please call Ed Harlow for more information at (617) 593-8680.

Saturday, June 22, 4 to 7pm. Electric Car Show at Chief Wills Day, Danvers, MA. Emily Maher Park, 90 Natsue Way, Middleton, MA 01949. Public event by Middleton Drives Electric.

 

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.


Here's a local CT business making EV charge stations, www.JuiceBarEV.com

 

 

 

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.

Chevy volt and two Nissan Leafs on charge

 

Past Events Gallery

From Maine to Rhode Island

Group photo at a Plymouth MA library EV show this past fall, 2018.

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

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

October 2018 at Sunderland MA elementary school

 

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