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New film: Revenge of the Electric Car

Date
29 July 2011
New film: Revenge of the Electric Car

By Robin Haycock, Head of Transport, The Climate Group. 

A exciting new EV documentary by Chris Paine called Revenge of the Electric Car - the successor to the popular Who Killed the Electric Car - is set to hit the big screens on July 20. As you can imagine, this is right up my EV chargepoint-lined street...

And luckily for us EV fanatics, this aptly-named 'hybrid' release will also be shown at special event screenings around the world. So far it has only been screened in a select few places, primarily New York, but you can vote for it to screened in a city near you - so there's no excuses for missing it!

Vote for a screening in your city now; I'm voting for a London screening or two, that's for sure.

Watch the trailer: 

 

The film is presented by The Sierra Club, Electric Drive Transportation Association and others, and focuses on some of the big-players in the industry, including Elon Musk, Tesla Motors, Bob Lotz, GM, who is responsible for the brilliant Volt and Carlos Ghosn, Nissan - the guy who was the driving force behind the Leaf. 

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