What is New England Electric Auto Association
A home for the rEVolution
- The New England Electric Auto Association (NEEAA) is one of over 80 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.
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 electric companies to educate people on the environmental, cultural and political benefits of EV's.
Support our Local Sponsors
Become a local sponsor of the NEEAA by making a donation, hosting events, offering discounted services to our members. If you are interested please contact us to discuss
Leo & Sons Auto Repair
157 S Broadway, Lawrence, MA 01843
They specializes in hybrid and electric vehicles repairs, offer a free ChargePoint level-II charger on site and a Prius loaner car for their customers.
NEEAA members can ask about a free Hybrid/EV maintenance service package including tire rotation, multi-point safety/maintenance inspection and high voltage battery evaluation, a $200 value.
Below are some of the national chapter of Electric Automotive Association's Partners. NEEAA is looking for some local partners/sponsors to help spread the word about sustainable energy and transportation. Please contact us if you wish to be listed with links to your site.
Meet The Team
Jesse RudavskyPresident +1 857-344-6209
Ed FanjoyDirector of Communications
Ed NorrisEnergy Correspondent
George Gillin Jr.Treasurer
Eric DesrosiersMember Relations
Chris SousaWeb Developer
Joe BoothVP Southern New England
Call To Action
According to a 8,000 participant survey conducted by J.D. Power, about 70% of U.S. respondents said they had never been in a battery-electric vehicle and 30% said they know nothing about them. There is much work to be done to educate the general public and NEEAA is here to do just that. You can help us at many different levels by donating, participating in meetups in your local area or by simply liking and sharing our Facebook page to help spread the word.