Electric Vehicle Show

Parking Lot 2 in front of the Career Technology Center

Thinking about driving an EV but are still hesitant? This is the show for you!

EV 101: Read the Book 

If you have ever thought about driving an electric vehicle but have questions, join us for Monroe County Community College’s Electric Vehicle Show! We’ll help you find out if these vehicles will work for you.

Come see the latest electric vehicles, drive some of them and learn from the owners about their experiences buying and owning an electric vehicle. You’ll also be able to check out charging equipment currently on the market and learn about the current and emerging EV charging infrastructure, as well as meet with automotive and motorcycle dealership and manufacturing representatives, network providers, DTE Energy officials, charging company representatives, government officials and more to learn about the present and future of electric vehicles. 

If you would like to display your EV or have an exhibition space or table, please fill out our Participant Registration Form.

Participant Registration Form   

Additional Information

Drive Electric Earth Month    Earth Day Expo 2024

The show is free and open to the public and will take place in Parking Lot 2 in front of the Career Technology Center (Building T).

Hosted by Monroe County Community College’s Applied Sciences and Engineering Technology Division.

For more information, contact Parmeshwar (Peter) Coomar, at pcoomar@monroeccc.edu, 734.384.4209 or Jennifer St. Charles at jstcharles@monroeccc.edu or 734.384.4112.

EV Show to be Held in Conjunction with Earth Day Expo

MCCC’s EV Show will be held in conjunction with the Monroe County Earth Day Expo 2024, which will take place right next door in the Welch Health Education Building from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Earth Day Expo will celebrate our planet and all things healthy and green. This family-friendly event has something for everyone with live music, food trucks and engaging exhibitors who will promote sustainability, personal health and living green. Educational exhibits will showcase how to make a positive impact on the environment. Among the exhibits will be the Michigan Green Schools Program and the Climate Literacy Project. Visitors can discover how environmental education is being incorporated into our schools and learn about the initiatives that are making a difference in our communities. 

For more information, visit www,greenmonroecounty.com

EV Show Graphic