**** Press Release **** NDEW – Poolesville 2016 – Largest on the East Coast

Poolesville is on track for being the largest National Drive Electric Week on the east coast. We have more than 60 Plug-In Electric Vehicles already signed up and expecting more than 10,000 people to attend.

Current Registered Electric Vehicle count for 17 East Coast States (including Washington DC), 76 events.

City Vehicles as of 9/8 State/Province Day(s)
Poolesville 61 Maryland Sep 17, 2016
Alpharetta 59 Georgia Sep 10, 2016
Brookline 42 Massachusetts Sep 17, 2016
Delmar 40 New York Sep 17, 2016
Annapolis 36 Maryland Sep 10, 2016
Oldsmar 35 Florida Sep 17, 2016
Sarasota 33 Florida Sep 10, 2016
Cranberry Township 32 Pennsylvania Sep 10, 2016
Satellite Beach 31 Florida Sep 17, 2016
Cranston 30 Rhode Island Sep 10, 2016
Orlando 28 Florida Sep 10, 2016
Charlotte 27 North Carolina Sep 10, 2016
Fairfield 25 Connecticut Sep 10, 2016
Kennett Square 24 Pennsylvania Sep 10, 2016
Middletown 23 Connecticut Sep 10, 2016
Morristown 23 New Jersey Sep 10, 2016
Jacksonville 22 Florida Sep 16, 2016
Raleigh 22 North Carolina Sep 16, 2016
West Palm Beach 21 Florida Sep 18, 2016
South Portland 21 Maine Sep 11, 2016
Rochester 21 New York Sep 13, 2016
Worcester 21 Massachusetts Sep 13, 2016
Ithaca 20 New York Sep 17, 2016
New London 19 New Hampshire Sep 11, 2016
Montclair 18 New Jersey Sep 11, 2016
Bridgewater 17 New Jersey Sep 14, 2016
Richmond 17 Virginia Sep 17, 2016
Vincentown 16 New Jersey Sep 17, 2016
Cary 16 North Carolina Sep 10, 2016
Baltimore 15 Maryland Sep 11, 2016
Syracuse 14 New York Sep 11, 2016
Asheville 14 North Carolina Sep 11, 2016
Columbia 14 South Carolina Sep 10, 2016
Washington 13 District Of Columbia Sep 18, 2016
Burlington 13 Vermont Sep 14, 2016
Durham 12 New Hampshire Sep 17, 2016
New Britain 12 Connecticut Sep 11, 2016
Metuchen 12 New Jersey Sep 10, 2016
Freeport 12 New York Sep 10, 2016
Concord 10 New Hampshire Sep 17, 2016
Poughkeepsie 10 New York Sep 18, 2016
Williston 10 Vermont Sep 11, 2016
Walpole 9 Massachusetts Sep 11, 2016
Orlando 9 Florida Sep 13, 2016
South Paris 9 Maine Sep 10, 2016
Bluffton 9 South Carolina Sep 10, 2016
Arlington 9 Virginia Sep 17, 2016
Charlotte 8 North Carolina Sep 12, 2016
Conyers 7 Georgia Sep 10, 2016
Kingston 7 New York Sep 17, 2016
Jones Beach 7 New York Sep 14, 2016
Old Saybrook 6 Connecticut Sep 14, 2016
Woodbridge 6 Virginia Sep 10, 2016
Burlington 6 Vermont Sep 13, 2016
Amherst 5 Massachusetts Sep 15, 2016
Groton 5 Connecticut Sep 15, 2016
Middletown 5 Connecticut Sep 18, 2016
Somers 5 Connecticut Sep 17, 2016
Destin 5 Florida Sep 16, 2016
Atlantic City 5 New Jersey Sep 13, 2016
Pensacola 4 Florida Sep 10, 2016
Binghamton 4 New York Sep 10, 2016
Pleasantville 4 New York Sep 10, 2016
Wayne 4 Pennsylvania Sep 14, 2016
Wallingford 3 Connecticut Sep 17, 2016
Rehoboth Beach 3 Delaware Sep 18, 2016
Edenton 3 North Carolina Sep 17, 2016
Westfield 1 Massachusetts Sep 17, 2016
White Plains 1 New York Sep 14, 2016
Pembroke 1 North Carolina Sep 17, 2016
Aiken 1 South Carolina Sep 17, 2016
Braintree 0 Massachusetts Sep 17, 2016
Reading 0 Massachusetts Sep 17, 2016
Springfield 0 Massachusetts Sep 17, 2016
Wilmington 0 Delaware n/a
Virginia Beach 0 Virginia Sep 14, 2016

A National count and World count coming soon.

One comment

  1. Update: as of 9/10 We have 66 registered vehicles, Alpharetta, Georgia jumped to 73, make us the 2nd largest on the east coast. I am not sure if we could even fit many more cars then that. Way to go Alpharetta!

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