MSU Extension offers free series about electric vehicle adoption in Montana

BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension will present a free, three-part webinar series, “Electric Vehicle Adoption in Montana: Understanding Opportunities and Issues.” The series is intended to provide individuals, community leaders and planners with a better understanding of the impact of the use of electric vehicles in rural communities. The webinars will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. on the following Fridays: Jan. 28, March 4 and May 6.

The Jan. 28 webinar will address private and public perceptions of electric vehicle use. It will feature Nick Shrauger, electric vehicle owner and retired MSU associate professor of electrical engineering; Larry Flynn, administrator from the Montana Department of Transportation; and Kyla Maki, energy resource professional from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.