MIT/Stanford Venture Lab to Present “The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: What’s It Going To Take to Go Electric?” on November 18

MIT/Stanford Venture Lab (VLAB)On Tuesday, November 18, the MIT/Stanford Venture Lab will present a program entitled The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: What's It Going To Take to Go Electric?. This program will feature the following panelists:

This program will take place from 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (directions).  The advance registration cost is $35 (discounts are available for students).

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2 thoughts on “MIT/Stanford Venture Lab to Present “The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: What’s It Going To Take to Go Electric?” on November 18”

  1. To answer the question ‘What’s It Going To Take to Go Electric?’ not much really. EVs are really simple and easy to operate. And charging them is literally as simple as plugging in your cell phone. Practically no maintenance is required because EVs have very few moving parts and require no oil etc. so really owning and operating an EV is simple and completely trouble free.

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