[Oeva-list] Fwd: Details on EV Awareness Day, July 5th 2008
frodus17 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 16:20:07 PDT 2008
Would it be ok for me to bring my Electric Motorcycle (www.evfr.net)? I've
been putting the finishing touches. Everything is enclosed, so no shock
hazard. No transmission, so no oil pan. It should be ok if it rains a
little, if not, I've got a cover for it. I'm going to trailer it over, since
its not insured yet, is this going to cause a problem? I'll have someone
drive my truck back later. I plan on being there before 9.
Let me know. I'll check my email a few times tonight.
Happy 4th, I'll be watching the fireworks from the rooftop of Synkromotive.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 1:04 PM, Tim Kutscha <tim_kutscha at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Get ready for annual EV awareness day this coming Saturday, July 5th,
> at Pioneer Courthouse Square! We start setup at 8:00am and
> must be vacated by 6pm. The official event goes from 9:30am-5pm.
> Due to the abundance of one-way streets and the 6th street bus mall,
> one needs to head East on Yamhill (with the MAX tracks) and then
> make a left (going North) on 6th street after passing the square.
> The square entrance is about half way down the block from the left
> lane on 6th street. The entrance will be open at 8:00am and probably
> closed off with steel posts at 9:30. If you show up after 9:30, you'll
> have to ask the "stage hand" to temporarily remove the metal posts.
> Please try to stay the whole day if you can.
> Either Tim Kutscha, Brad Hippert, or Gary Graunke will be on site at all
> times. Our provided stage hand, Franz, can assist with any problems.
> Franz will provide permits for each vehicle on the square. We have a
> total of 25 vehicles for this event. If we have less, we'll get reimbursed
> for the permits we don't use.
> IMPORTANT: All vehicles must have a drain pan or cardboard underneath
> fluid containing parts (like the transmission case) to prevent making a
> in the square. If we leave a mess to clean up, we'll incur a $1200
> washing fee!
> Please also consider disabling your vehicles by disconnecting the main pack
> or the 12V accessory battery. We'll have many people in the square and we
> don't want people getting shocked. Please tape up your battery terminals
> if they are uncovered. Tim will bring tape in case you forget. Turning
> your 12V accessory battery is also convenient if you don't want kids
> constantly honking your horn (as happened to me last weekend).
> We will have 4 20A 110V charging locations in the Northeast corner. We can
> swap vehicles (with care due to the crowd) as needed to provide charging.
> Last year the group passed a resolution that all vehicles at EV Awareness
> Day must be plug-in vehicles that use electricity to run. This excludes
> non-plug-in hybrids, but true plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) are welcome.
> Also, we are renting the square as a non-profit organization. So
> commercial vendors may not take orders, but can provide information
> and show EV's as members of OEVA.
> Please let people know about our next meeting on July 10th as Patrick has
> graciously offered to talk about upcoming EVs available commercially.
> Big thanks go to Brad Hippert for getting the logistics set up for this.
> Please e-mail me if you have questions. See you Saturday!
> Tim Kutscha
> OEVA co-chair
> Oeva-list mailing list
> Oeva-list at oeva.org
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