Imagine an electric car available to the people in your community. Your family, friends, neighbors, and essential workers with access to clean energy transportation. All without the hassles of ownership.

Would your community benefit from an electric vehicle? Sign up here to support clean energy transportation in your neighborhood.

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Why It Matters: Our clean energy transportation solution will address multiple urgent needs by transporting people and supplies when most needed —from disaster relief First Responders or emergency services workers (firefighters, volunteers removing debris) to healthcare and other essential service workers.

The Benefits of an EV but Without the Price Tag

Plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) are an important component of Go Electric’s technology portfolio for achieving sustainability and energy security and all electric fleet for our rideshare program to support essential workers, first responders and activists for sustainable clean energy transportation.

However, the current market share for these vehicles is met with challenges.

Problem: Not everyone can afford to buy an electric car

Soution: Go Electric brings the electric vehicle to you!

Activists for clean energy transportation are called on to support Go Electric in our mission that serves as an effective strategy to advance the commercial viability of these vehicles. 

Some EV enthusiasts worry about the availability of charging stations and the cost to their families, especially in the time we are living in. 

Go Electric brings a simple 1-Solution to contribute to clean energy transportation. Your donations will be used to help .


CHEVY BOLT | Electric Vehicle: Leading the way in affordable electric vehicle options, the Chevy Bolt is an all-electric vehicle that offers an EPA-estimated 259 miles of range on a full charge, plus advanced safety technologies and plenty of space.

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What makes Go Electric’s program unique:

 – Go Electric is a 501c (3) Tax Exempt Charity

 – Each Ride Service Is A Tax Deduction!

– We are a Disaster Relief Charity Dedicated to Providing FREE Rides to First Responders

– Recruiting Drivers with Disaster Relief Training, Prepared to Volunteer Their Time and Clean Energy Transportation During Disasters

 What makes our drivers unique:

– We recruit drivers with Disaster Relief Training

– Drivers are prepared to volunteer their time to offer free service to essential workers during disasters

 – We help support underserved segments to better serve your community

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When there’s more masks than jellyfish washing ashore, we have a problem.

The Guardian is quick to report, “Divers had found what Joffrey Peltier of the organisation described as “Covid waste” – dozens of gloves, masks and bottles of hand sanitiser beneath the waves of the Mediterranean, mixed in with the usual litter of disposable cups and aluminium cans.” – CLICK to read full article.

Although the article mentioned that thankfully the quantity of masks and gloves found have not been enormous, this may very well be cause for future concern and a reminder to keep vigilant.

Éric Pauget (French politician whose region includes the beautiful Côte d’Azur) writes: “With a lifespan of 450 years, these masks are an ecological timebomb given their lasting environmental consequences for our planet.”


GO ONLY ELECTRIC is determined to implement methods to reduce our footprint on the environment. Join us and do the same. Small steps matter. We invite you to learn more.

Reference:
The Guardian | June 8th, 2020
‘More masks than jellyfish’: coronavirus waste ends up in ocean

Go Electric rolls up our sleeves to get involved and support our Frontline Workers in Washington State.

Valley Medical Center is a public hospital located near Seattle. They have reported “a disproportionate share of vulnerable populations that have shown to be at-risk to COVID-19 infections.”

“Besides a high proportion of Medicare and Medicaid patients, our hospital district is home to one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse populations in the U.S,” our contact further relays.

“We see a high proportion of immigrant populations, especially, from Russian, Vietnamese and Latino communities. This results in a high level of health equity and social determinant issues that negatively impacts the health status of our community.”

Go Electric is working towards supplying 400 Pulse Oximeters to Valley Medical Center in Washington State. Your help and support are needed.

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You can also find out how to volunteer your time to personally deliver Pulse Oximeters to those most in need by contacting Go Electric today.

Temperatures in the Artic Ocean hit the highest levels in human history. Why does this matter? What are some simple steps that you can do to avoid being a contributor or at least reduce your footprint?

The Washington Post reported that for the first time in human history “the climate system sounded simultaneous alarms. Near the entrance to the Arctic Ocean in northwest Russia, the temperature surged to 84 degrees Fahrenheit (29 Celsius). Meanwhile, the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere eclipsed 415 parts per million.” – Read article

This is notable because the increase in carbon emissions has risen in recent years as the following graph illustrates:

Reference:
Washington Post: 84 Degrees Near the Arctic Ocean This Weekend as Carbon Dioxide Hit its Highest Level in Human History


Go Electric appreciates the candor reported when the article goes on to mention, “By themselves, these are just data points. But taken together with so many indicators of an altered atmosphere and rising temperatures, they blend into the unmistakable portrait of human-induced climate change.”

What can be done? Go Electric is supporting the use of methods to reduce the footprint of our modes of transport. Help support Go Electric’s Platform for rideshare change.

This may seem like a small insignificant step. Yet, recent reports of cleaner skies due to COVID-19 restrictions on travel indicate how quickly improvements can be measured when carbon emissions are reduced. Small steps matter.

GO ELECTRIC invites you to learn more.

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Reference:
Washington Post: 84 Degrees Near the Arctic Ocean This Weekend as Carbon Dioxide Hit its Highest Level in Human History

“Globally, we haven’t seen a drop this big ever, and at the yearly level, you would have to go back to World War II to see such a big drop in emissions,” said Corinne Le Quéré, a professor of climate change science at the University of East Anglia in the U.K., and the study’s lead author. “But this is not the way to tackle climate change — it’s not going to happen by forcing behavior changes on people. We need to tackle it by helping people move to more sustainable ways of living.” Click to read more.

The report published by NBC News on May 19th, 2020 goes on to further relate that “the sharpest decline in carbon emissions — making up 43 percent of the total decrease — came from reduced traffic from cars, buses and trucks.”

GO ELECTRIC is working hard to contribute to sustainable cleaner transportation. Find out more at: https://goonlyelectric.org/we-can-change-together/

Reference:
NBC News Report: Carbon Emissions Dropped 17 Percent Globally Amid Coronavirus