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During a successful day at Open Streets the GWRCCC community hosted an EV Village, where many curious individuals learned more about the advantages of a variety of  electric vehicles. Such as the benefits of cost for each charge  or the different opportunities there are for vehicles liquidity in values.

( Emma Potratz, Mike Young, Sheryl Ponds, Antoine M. Thompson, Matthew Chen)

 

 

“It’s very important for GWRCCC to continue to engage in outreach activities and programs in historically undeserved and disadvantaged communities ”

-Antoine M. Thompson, Executive Director of GWRCCC

 

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