On December 1, 2012 Silicon Valley Clean Cities and Breathe California participated in the 56th Annual Los Gatos Children's Holiday Parade.
There were approximately 25,000 spectators in attendance at the largest children's holiday parade west of the Mississippi.
As the benefits of the electric vehicle have become evident, more people are now willing to purchase this technology. In 2012, The Green Team was instrumental in placing numerous THINK City electric vehicles on the road in the Bay Area.
The next training events on Advanced Hybrid Vehicles and Advanced Electric Vehicles will be held on January 5, 12, & 19. Register Here
Due to the rising need for training on alternative fuel vehicles, the Green Transportation Workforce Development training program is offering in-depth workshops taught by an experienced team who not only understand the technologies, but also the needs of fleet operators, vehicle users, and vehicle technicians at all levels.
The Green Team, comprised of Breathe California, Silicon Valley Clean Cities Coalition (SVCC), and the Electronic Transportation Development Center (ETDC), is pleased to announce the graduation of its Advanced Hybrid Vehicles and Advanced Electric Vehicles trainees from the Green Transportation Workforce Development Program at De Anza College.
The Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Readiness Plan for the Bay Area and Monterey Bay Regions is a project co-sponsored by the United States Department of Energy and the California Energy Commission that seeks to identify the systems and resources that are needed to support accelerated PEV development, infrastructure, investment, and readiness in the region.
On Friday, August 3rd 2012, THINK owners from the San Francisco Bay Area assembled at DeAnza College for their first club meeting. The THINK Owners Club was formed to foster a cooperative network of THINK owners. It also provides a forum for THINK owners to voice their positive experiences with their vehicles and address any questions they might have.