31 Jan '14, 9pm

Official: HEVF wants Route 66 to become first electric highway in US

Official: HEVF wants Route 66 to become first electric highway in US

Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation to Support Route 66 Festival Carlsborg, WA – Janurary 28th, 2014 – The Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation, HEVF, has been invited to participate in the Route 66 International Festival, http://kingman66fest.com in Kingman, Arizona on August 14th through the 17th. After reviewing the information on the festival the HEVF Board of Directors voted unanimously to not only attend, but to support the concept of using Route 66 as the core of America's First National Electric Highway. According to Roderick Wilde, Executive Director of HEVF, it was the theme that got their attention, "Crossroads of the Past and Future" but it was the conferences and exhibits that clinched the deal. The conferences include: Project to Transform ROUTE 66 into America's First Electric Highway Presentation about the installation of charging stations along the Mother...

Full article: http://green.autoblog.com/2014/01/31/hevf-route-66-first-...

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