From a Pop Star, Song-Writer to an EV advocate – a Q&A with Libby Bittman, ChargePoint Sales Director
Q: Who is Libby Bittman? What are some interesting facts about you? A: 1. I used to be a pop star. Yes, really! I traveled the world singing and writing songs for other people, some that you may have even heard of! That’s also how I met my husband. 2.
Car Conversion King: a Q&A with Gary Bulmer, Knoxville
Gary Bulmer, a retired Captain of the NOAA Commissioned Corps, began considering renewable fuels in 1974, during the first gasoline shortage. From that point, he purchased his first hybrid vehicle in 2003. Q: What event in your past might have turned out differently if you had been driving an EV?
Outrunning and Outhandling: A Q&A with Dave Hrivnak, EV Pioneer
Dave Hrivnak is an EV Pioneer and a Subject Matter Expert, who enjoys sharing his knowledge with others, traveling cross country in his EV and proving that there are plenty of reasons to buy-in! Q: What was the year you started noticing EVs? A: When I converted my Avalanche to
An “Emissions Swapper”: a Q&A with Eric Cardwell, KEVA president
Meet Eric Cardwell, an “Emissions Swapper” and a University of Tennessee alumnus with a master’s degree in electrical engineering who loves his personal electric vehicle – a Chevrolet Volt. He took the leap from owning an ICE to an EV because he hates gasoline and oil. Q: What can you
EVs and ethics: a Q&A with Daniel Siksay, environmentalist and philosopher
Thanks for sitting down with us. You work for an environmental non-profit, yes? I do! I’m the Co-Coordinator of East Tennessee Clean Fuels, an organization that helps fleets and individuals switch from dirty-burning fuels like gasoline and diesel to cleaner, more sustainable, and often cheaper fuels like electricity, renewable natural
100% “Charged Up” – a Q&A with Joe Ozegovich, a Memphis EV walk the talk leader
Joe enjoys sharing stories…from owning a Leaf to a Tesla, dodging day-dreaming drivers from 0 to 30 to saving $16,000 for his annual vacations – a win-win situation. Q: We like personal fun facts about our EV drivers. Can you share with us? A: When I’m not getting 100% electrically “charged
EARTH to Tennessee: a Q&A with Raven Hernandez, CEO of Nashville’s EARTH rideshare
Big City. Big Vision. Raven Hernandez is a Tesla-and-motorcycle-driving organic gardener. She’s blazing a trail with her new company and big vision – EARTH. Raven Hernandez is the founder and C.E.O. of EARTH Rides. Q: We like personal fun facts about our EV drivers. Can you share with us? A: This
This paramedic and medical training professor owns a Chevrolet Volt
Marty Young tells all. His love for the Chevy Volt, tent living and his brush with the law. Marty is an Associate Professor of emergency medical services at Roane State Community College and a licensed paramedic with over 25 years of emergency service experience. (L-R): Anna Young (wife), Audrey Young