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May Meeting: Horizons EV Club

Horizons K-8 School
4545 Sioux Drive, Boulder (map)
May 6th 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Our May DEVC meeting will be at Horizons K-8 School, 4545 Sioux Drive in Boulder. The School EV Club will have their projects on display and invite those with EV’s to join them for an EV show. Please RSVP to Dave Pence at arhsdave@aol.com or call 303-642-3050 if you will be bringing an EV. Also copies of the Electric Car Insider, EV Buyers Guide will be available for a $6 donation. Join us in support of the EV Club.

January Meeting: DEVC Business

Saturday January 21st, 2017
10AM-Noon
5660 Logan St, Denver, CO 80216 (map)
google-calendar

Our January meeting will be on Saturday the 21st from 10AM to 12Noon at the IBEW68 facility, 5660 Logan St, in Denver (near I-25 & 58th Ave). This will be a business meeting for the annual election of officers for President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. We will also confirm additional DEVC Board Member appointees for Webmaster, Newsletter Editor and Committee Chairpersons. Current committees are: EVSE Charging, EV Conversion, Education Outreach and Facebook. The meeting will then be open for input from the members and visitors on the upcoming 2017 DEVC meetings, events and activities. If you would like to run for any office, be considered for any appointed position, or provide written input, please email David at jdmc44@comcast.net

October Meeting: Iron Edison Battery

Saturday, October 15th
10am-12pm
12860 W Cedar Dr, Lakewood, CO, 80228 (map)
http://ironedison.com

On Saturday October 15th Brandon Williams of Iron Edison Battery Company will host a presentation and Q&A session on off-grid electric vehicle charging,followed by a tour of the Iron Edison Lithium battery assembly facility.

Iron Edison Battery Company, headquartered in Lakewood at 12860 W Cedar Dr., offers Nickel Iron and Lithium Iron batteries for solar energy storage, along with complete solar energy system design services. Its team has designed thousands of off-grid and battery backup systems around the world using Nickel Iron or Lithium Iron battery types. Both Nickel Iron and Lithium Iron are longer lasting, more durable alternatives to traditional lead-acid batteries. Iron Edison is dedicated to educating people on the benefits of advanced battery technology for renewable energy storage.