[Oeva-list] Oeva-list Digest, Vol 126, Issue 15 (JOHNSTON6043 at comcast.net) - Plug & Pinot Tour Map

HORVAT Ashley N Ashley.N.HORVAT at odot.state.or.us
Wed Apr 23 10:23:03 PDT 2014


Hello there,


Thanks for asking about the Plug & Pinot map. 

You can find all the information you need at the following website:

http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/Pages/EV_April14.aspx

The Plug & Pinot map that we developed with PlugShare is included on this page, but the direct link is - http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/docs/PlugAndPinot_Flyer.pdf

The direct link for the Plug & Pinot Passport, which also has the info on the event is here  (however, participating Electric Byway Wineries/Restaurant will also have copies of this) - http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/docs/PlugAndPinot_Broch_Passport.pdf

For more information on my program, please feel free to visit the program website, www.oregonelectrichighway.com. 

Hope to see you enjoying Plug & Pinot! 

Ashley N. Horvat, State of Oregon Chief EV Officer  
Oregon Department of Transportation 
Office of Innovative Partnerships & Alternative Funding MS 32
355 Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97301-3871
Cell: 503.385.3293
Fax: 503.986.3679
Email: ashley.n.horvat at odot.state.or.us
              




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Is there any way of finding out where the EV chargers are for the Willamette Valley Electric Byway event "Plug and Pinot?" Do the five destinations offer charging stations? Seems odd to highlight the event without highlighting the charging station availability. 
thanks, 
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Today's Topics: 

1. Re: Aerovironment (Eric Cha) 
2. has anyone signed up for semacharge? (Paul Wallace) 
3. Re: has anyone signed up for semacharge? (Philip N Barnhart) 
4. Re: has anyone signed up for semacharge? (Philip N Barnhart) 
5. Re: has anyone signed up for semacharge? (Charles Bonville) 
6. Re: Aerovironment (Dima Kukushkin) 
7. Celebrate Earth Day with "Plug & Pinot," (paburkey at juno.com) 


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Message: 1 
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 16:41:03 -0700 
From: Eric Cha <ericc at xenopi.com> 
Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] Aerovironment 
To: Dima Kukushkin <dimakukushkin at gmail.com>, lee colleton 
<lee at colleton.net> 
Cc: "oeva-list at oeva.org" <oeva-list at oeva.org>, Alan Batie 
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In 4 years you've never changed the oil, replaced a wiper blade, brakes, 
tires, air filter, coolant, or anything else on an ICE with 200k miles? 
Very impressive. 

Eric 

On 4/20/2014 9:04 AM, Dima Kukushkin wrote: 
> Just fuel, i wouldnt try to mix in unknown maintnance costs yet. leaf 
> will need battery swap too at some moment - mine lost about 15% 
> capacity at 36k miles. while my 200k miles navigator needed only new 
> radiator in last 4 years of ownership - part that leaf unfortunately 
> has too. 
> 
> Dima 




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Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 21:33:44 -0700 
From: Paul Wallace <ianaudio at aracnet.com> 
Subject: [Oeva-list] has anyone signed up for semacharge? 
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I notice that there are a few of these semacharge systems around the state. Quite a few in Portland. I've checked their web site and there is a way to sign up with a credit card. They send out the typical RFID card to activate the chargers. What I haven't been able to find on the web site so far is the fee structure. I can't figure out if they charge by the hour, session, kWh, or month. Has anyone on the list signed up with them yet? I would consider signing up if their chargers are capable of Aerovironment charging speed. 

Paul Wallace 



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Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 21:48:30 -0700 
From: Philip N Barnhart <phil at barnhart.us> 
Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] has anyone signed up for semacharge? 
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Paul, 

I have signed up for Semacharge, not because I expect to use it much, but 
in case I am stuck at a Walgreen or somewhere else they exist. They expect 
a credit card to sign up and will take $20 to open an account. When you 
have used that, they will hit your credit card again. The only ones I have 
seen are level 2 chargers, probably 6 kwh/h. 

Fees are very high, $0.49 per kwh. Hence, emergency use only. 

Phil Barnhart (no, the other one) 


On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 9:33 PM, Paul Wallace <ianaudio at aracnet.com> wrote: 

> I notice that there are a few of these semacharge systems around the 
> state. Quite a few in Portland. I've checked their web site and there is 
> a way to sign up with a credit card. They send out the typical RFID card 
> to activate the chargers. What I haven't been able to find on the web site 
> so far is the fee structure. I can't figure out if they charge by the 
> hour, session, kWh, or month. Has anyone on the list signed up with them 
> yet? I would consider signing up if their chargers are capable of 
> Aerovironment charging speed. 
> 
> Paul Wallace 
> 
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Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 12:43:07 -0700 
From: Philip N Barnhart <phil at barnhart.us> 
Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] has anyone signed up for semacharge? 
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Paul, 

Another list member points out that my description of the price is for 
Walgreen only and maybe only the one in Salem. Prices are set by the site 
host, not SemaConnect. That means that not only can you not figure out what 
the charges are, it would be hard for anyone to except for a particular 
site. I found the Walgreen price by checking it out on PlugShare. 

Phil Barnhart 


On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 9:48 PM, Philip N Barnhart <phil at barnhart.us> wrote: 

> Paul, 
> 
> I have signed up for Semacharge, not because I expect to use it much, but 
> in case I am stuck at a Walgreen or somewhere else they exist. They expect 
> a credit card to sign up and will take $20 to open an account. When you 
> have used that, they will hit your credit card again. The only ones I have 
> seen are level 2 chargers, probably 6 kwh/h. 
> 
> Fees are very high, $0.49 per kwh. Hence, emergency use only. 
> 
> Phil Barnhart (no, the other one) 
> 
> 
> On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 9:33 PM, Paul Wallace <ianaudio at aracnet.com>wrote: 
> 
>> I notice that there are a few of these semacharge systems around the 
>> state. Quite a few in Portland. I've checked their web site and there is 
>> a way to sign up with a credit card. They send out the typical RFID card 
>> to activate the chargers. What I haven't been able to find on the web site 
>> so far is the fee structure. I can't figure out if they charge by the 
>> hour, session, kWh, or month. Has anyone on the list signed up with them 
>> yet? I would consider signing up if their chargers are capable of 
>> Aerovironment charging speed. 
>> 
>> Paul Wallace 
>> 
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Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 21:56:02 +0000 (UTC) 
From: Charles Bonville <charlesbonville at comcast.net> 
Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] has anyone signed up for semacharge? 
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The SemaConnect chargers at the Walgreen's in Albany and Lebanon also charge $0.49/kWh. Or at least they did when I checked back in August 2013. 

-Charles 

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From: "Philip N Barnhart" <phil at barnhart.us> 
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Sent: Monday, April 21, 2014 12:43:07 PM 
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Paul, 

Another list member points out that my description of the price is for Walgreen only and maybe only the one in Salem. Prices are set by the site host, not SemaConnect. That means that not only can you not figure out what the charges are, it would be hard for anyone to except for a particular site. I found the Walgreen price by checking it out on PlugShare. 

Phil Barnhart 
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Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 20:23:01 -0700 
From: Dima Kukushkin <dimakukushkin at gmail.com> 
Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] Aerovironment 
To: "ericc at xenopi.com" <ericc at xenopi.com> 
Cc: "oeva-list at oeva.org" <oeva-list at oeva.org>, Alan Batie 
<alan at batie.org> 
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I called out unexpected. Dont start old cost battle on me;). 
Tires on my Leaf went alot faster than on Navigator within same distance 
driven actually, not full 200k. Coolant same as on Leaf. Oil change is $10 
per 3 months. Air filter $10 per year, Brakes are just pads once in 4 
years. TCO on Leaf is 3x so far, but cars in my comparision are grape to 
melon:) 

Navigator burnt $10'000 more fuel:) :) :) 





On Sunday, April 20, 2014, Eric Cha <ericc at xenopi.com> wrote: 

> In 4 years you've never changed the oil, replaced a wiper blade, brakes, 
> tires, air filter, coolant, or anything else on an ICE with 200k miles? 
> Very impressive. 
> 
> Eric 
> 
> On 4/20/2014 9:04 AM, Dima Kukushkin wrote: 
> 
>> Just fuel, i wouldnt try to mix in unknown maintnance costs yet. leaf 
>> will need battery swap too at some moment - mine lost about 15% capacity at 
>> 36k miles. while my 200k miles navigator needed only new radiator in last 4 
>> years of ownership - part that leaf unfortunately has too. 
>> 
>> Dima 
>> 
> 
> 
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Message: 7 
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 15:29:17 GMT 
From: "paburkey at juno.com" <paburkey at juno.com> 
Subject: [Oeva-list] Celebrate Earth Day with "Plug & Pinot," 
To: oeva-list at oeva.org 
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Enjoy Oregon's Bounty without the emissions & enter to win an EV-powered Wine Country Getaway! 
Happy Earth Day! The Oregon Electric Byways partners would like to invite you to Celebrate Earth day this week in Oregon?s Wine Country, home to the Willamette Valley Electric Byway, a network of West Coast Electric Highway fast chargers and charging stations at key wineries, restaurants, and other local businesses along the way! 

Join a handful of Oregon?s premier and most sustainable wine country destinations along the Willamette Valley Electric Byway ? Elk Cove Vineyards, Sokol Blosser Winery, Stoller Family Estate, Winderlea Vineyard and Winery, and The Joel Palmer House Restaurant ? to celebrate and learn more about electric vehicle tourism and accessibility (Plug & Pinot Tour Map ? developed in partnership with PlugShare). 

Plug & Pinot kicks off on Earth Day, April 22, and runs through April 27 

BONUS: I will be taking Portland Trail Blazers Ambassador and former NBA star Jerome Kersey on the tour in the Oregon Electric Byways Leaf on Thursday, April 24th! 

Visit all five destinations during the week-long event to complete the Plug & Pinot Passport and be entered to win an EV-Powered Wine Country Getaway*: 

One night stay at The Allison Inn & Spa 
Dinner for two at The Joel Palmer House Restaurant 
Electric vehicle rental from Enterprise 
Wine club pricing and VIP experiences at each of the wineries 


Test rides available on EVs 

On Saturday, April 26 from 12-4 pm, each destination will have electric vehicles for you to test ride and representatives on-site to share more information about sustainable driving. 

Toyota @ Elk Cove 
Nissan @ The Joel Palmer House 
Tesla @ Sokol Blosser Winery 
Chevrolet @ Stoller Family Estate 
Porsche @ Winderlea Vineyard and Winery 

And if you have an electric vehicle, enjoy some additional bonuses during the week-long event to celebrate your commitment to sustainable driving: 

Enjoy complimentary tastings at any of the participating wineries 
Indulge in a complimentary appetizer from The Joel Palmer House Restaurant. Special glass pours from each participating winery will also be exclusively available on the wine list. Please make dinner reservations at JoelPalmerHouse.com. 

Participating Destination Partners: 

Elk Cove Vineyards, www.elkcove.com, 503-985-7760 
The Joel Palmer House Restaurant, www.joelpalmerhouse.com, 503-864-2995 
Sokol Blosser Winery, www.sokolblosser.com, 503-864-2282 
Stoller Family Estate, www.stollerfamilyestate.com, 503-864-3404 
Winderlea Vineyard and Winery, www.winderlea.com, 503-554-5900 

Supporting Partners: Travel Oregon, Oregon Department of Transportation, Nissan, Tesla, Porsche, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, The Allison Inn and Spa, PlugShare, and Stelcor Energy. 
*Open to adults 21 years of age or older. Employees of participating partners are not eligible for the contest. Winners are selected by a random drawing in May 2014 and will be notified within 48 hours of the drawing. Entrants are only eligible if the passport is fully completed and returned to any participating location by April 27, close of business. Winner must complete the getaway by April 22, 2015 and must facilitate timing with all of the participating getaway locations. Dinner at The Joel Palmer House Restaurant excludes beverages and service. Retail value of $500. 
See this and more on the Oregon Department of Transportation's website: 
http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/OIPP/pages/inn_ev-charging.aspx 
Learn more about Oregon Electric Byways: 
http://industry.traveloregon.com/industry-resources/sustainable-tourism-development/sustainable-transportation-development/electric-vehicles/ 
Best, 

Ashley 

Ashley N. Horvat, State of Oregon Chief EV Officer 
Oregon Department of Transportation 
Office of Innovative Partnerships & Alternative Funding MS 32 
355 Capitol Street NE 
Salem, OR 97301-3871 
Cell: 503.385.3293 
Fax: 503.986.3679 
Email: ashley.n.horvat at odot.state.or.us 
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