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Electric Vehicle & Sustainability Event

EV Society –Northumberland Chapter

Contact:  David Kuhnke, Chapter Lead

905 334 8005

Electric Vehicle and Sustainability Event Sun June 9, 2024  10am to 4pm 

Northumberland Mall parking lot north side between main driveway and LCBO  

1111 Elgin St. W, Cobourg.

The EV Society-Northumberland Chapter and Sustainable Cobourg are organizing a free EV & Sustainability Event to be held on Sunday June 9 from 10am to 4pm along the north side of the parking lot of Northumberland Mall, between the main driveway (Boston Pizza) and LCBO

A variety of electric vehicles (EVs) will be on display by owners and local dealers.  Test drives may be booked with participating dealerships.

Sustainable Cobourg will have members and information describing the vision and activities that Sustainable Cobourg is involved with in our community (Cobourg and Neighbours).  To learn more about Sustainable Cobourg, visit their website at

Also invited are representatives from the Federal and Provincial Governments, Northumberland County and Town of Cobourg Council.

The focus of the event is how electrification of the transportation system and other sustainable activities can help reduce our impact on climate change by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
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