As the skies briefly cleared Saturday after the storm, Juneau played host to its eighth annual meet-up and road rally for electric vehicles.
Owners and advocates for the vehicles gathered as members of the local International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers grilled burgers.
“This is put on by the Juneau EV Association,” said organizer Duff Mitchell. “We’re above 500 and getting close to 600 electric vehicles in Juneau.”
According to Devon Kibby, president of both the JEVA and the Alaska Electric Vehicle Association, that number includes at least 322 Nissan Leafs, more than 70 Chevy Bolts and more than 40 Tesla models. AKEVA works with lawmakers and petitions companies
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