Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) is delighted to announce the first instalment of its Chargepoint Chats series.
EVA England was the product of a chat between two drivers at a public chargepoint. In the spirit of that initial meeting and the change a simple conversation can enact, EVA England will host a regular series of dialogues with EV champions driving change in communities, industry, government and beyond.
The first Chargepoint Chat will feature Paralympic champion and BBC presenter Ade Adepitan MBE. Ade will speak to ‘Overcoming Obstacles and Achieving Your Dreams‘.
His presentation will be followed by a Q&A session moderated by EVA England’s, Gill Nowell. In addition, EVA England members will have the opportunity to submit questions ahead of Ade’s talk and have their questions answered. Attendees will also hear more about EVA England’s work to date and the exciting plans for the autumn months.
EVA England’s conversation with Ade will take place online at 12:15 pm on Monday 12 July 2021. All those with an interest in driving electric and climate action are encouraged to attend.
For more information and to register for the event, head on over to EVA England’s event page on Eventbrite.
About Ade Adepitan
Ade Adepitan MBE is a TV presenter, journalist, author and former international Paralympic wheelchair basketball player. Ade supports several charities and has more recently become known as a children’s author, releasing two children’s books surrounding stories of his own childhood. His most recent BBC 2 programme, Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline, saw Ade travel to communities on the frontline of climate change and explore potential solutions.
About EVA England
Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England was established in June 2020 to offer a voice, services and representation to current and prospective electric vehicle drivers in England. EVA England is a non-profit community interest company registered in England and Wales, founded by passionate drivers inspired by the benefits of electric driving and concerned by the health and climate impacts of petrol and diesel cars and vans.