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earth.tech.2000 San Jose Beautiful EarthDay EVent 1999
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The combined teamwork of the SVEAA and SJEAA Chapters arranged
for EVs to attend this EVent:
 Sunday, April 18, 1999 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. http://www.sjbeautiful.org/earth_tech_2000.html
Civic Auditorium & Parkside Hall (Downtown San Jose, corner of Market and San Carlos Streets, 
directly across from the San Jose McEnery Convention Center)

Shawn Jipp brought his recently purchased  Ebike from: EV GLOBAL MOTORS COMPANY,  10900 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90024

This Ebike has a removable battery pack. Shawn is buttoning it up for the next ride.

Phillip from Darwin Motors had a large audience of admirers. The Corbin Sparrow 415-284-9514, 212 Ritch St. San Francisco, CA 94107

The ZAP man Rob Means had his ZAP
bike and the ZAPPY
for the public to test
ride. 408-262-8975, 
  1421 Yellowstone Ave., Milpitas, CA 95035

The City of San Jose's leased Toyota RAV4 
gave rides to the pubic.

Ron Freund's EV displays and get a light 120VAC charge.

Mike Thompson's
fully functional Solar 
roof tiles display. He used it to power an inverter, with a lamp as the load.
(SJEAA president)
Eight Solar ovens cooking at the same time! Emile Mooser (a native of the Gruyére region in Switzerland), Chef Proprietor of Emile's Restaurant (opened in 1973), enjoys the reputation of having the best restaurant in San Jose. 408-289-1960, fax: 408-998-1245, 
545 South 2nd Street, San Jose, CA

Chef Emile demonstrates quick and easy Solar Cooking preparations.
Chef Emile enjoys the pleasant spicy aromas of the meal cooking in the
parabolic Solar cooker which focuses the sun's energy.

Kent Harris of PG&E had brought the Nissan Altra Li-ion EV and a Toyota RAV4 EV.

The City of San Jose Toyota RAV4 EVs that were not giving rides, were inside on display.

Terry Wilson tours the show on his Eminibike near the EAA table 

Will Beckett's Blazer EV conversion drew people who were interested in passenger space.
(SVEAA President)

The GM representative showed the sporty EV1. Leah Lau 415-648-0347, fax 415-695-0898 

Don Gillis' blue Porsche EV conversion (right side) charges lightly (3amps) sipping at a 120VAC outlet.

Bay Area Action's EV was on also on display.
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