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Port of Chelan County AVI Tech Group meeting
We will be showing and hopfully demonstrating the tenth EAA-PHEV:Prius PHEV converted durring the EAA-PHEV:Inaugural Maker Faire#Post EVent.
'For what its worth . . . We'd love it if you could have the Prius+ here a few days ahead of time - over the weekend. As it happens, the Washington State Apple Blossom Grand Parade occurs on Saturday morning, May 6. We are currently planning to have a small convoy of Advanced Vehicles (bio-diesel, all-electric ATV, and etc.) in the parade. If your vehicle was here, we would be sure to get it as much advance publicity as possible. The parade is a HUGE event for this area and generates a lot of buzz. The only caveat right now is that we were late getting our application into the Grand Parade administrators . . . They'll have to make a special decision about letting us in or not.
- In addition to the parade, there's a very well attended "Classy Chassis Parade and Car Show" on May 5 and May 6.
- We plan on attending the May 8th Port of Chelan County AVI Tech Group meeting.
Latest Invite from Ron Johnston-Rodriquez on May 5th:
You are invited to attend a special "How To" technical workshop for converting a Toytoa Prius into a plug-in hybrid vehicle on Monday, May 8 from 6:30 - 9 p.m. at the Wenatchee Valley College Automotive Technology garage.
The workshop will be conducted by Ryan Fulcher and Steve Lough of the Seattle Electric Vehicle Association. "Lightning" Ryan recently converted his 2006 Prius to a plug-in at a special event in the San Francisco Bay Area, courtesy of the California Cars Initiative (http://www.calcars.org).
This will be a very technical presentation, primarily intended to educate several members of the Advanced Vehicle Initiative (AVI) Tech Group as they embark on the conversion of a Prius that will be used as a demonstration and training vehicle, associated with the AVI's goal of creating a center for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (http://www.plugincenter.org). When the conversion process is completed (within 60-90 days), the vehicle is expected to achieve an average fuel consumption of 100+ miles per gallon.
Directions: >From Miller or Wenatchee Avenue, drive west up 9th Street about 0.5 miles. Immediately after a relatively sharp curve, the campus appears on the left. Park on the street. Walk up the driveway in front of Building G (Facilities and Maintenance). The Auto Shop is behind Building G, in Batjer Hall (Building B). The shop is faced with several large garage doors.
Also - see attached map