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MLGW to host workshops focused on electric vehicles
May 19, 2023

Memphis Light, Gas and Water, in conjunction with local and state organizations, will host two workshops next week at the Shelby Farms Park FedEx Event Center, 415 Great View Drive East.

A Community Forum about EV Charging Wednesday, May 24, from 4 – 7 p.m. MLGW, Drive Electric TN, Tennessee Clean Fuels and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will host a forum and consider customer input when planning future electric vehicle charger installations in Shelby County. The interactive session includes educational presentations followed by brainstorming in small groups. An EV Auto Show immediately follows Wednesday’s meeting.

Driving EV Leadership, Thursday, May 25, from 8 a.m. – noon MLGW, Drive Electric TN, Tennessee Clean Fuels and the TVA are hosting a workshop for businesses, school districts and other organizations who operate fleets. Attendees will learn about upcoming funding opportunities, state and local preparations for electric vehicles and tips for adding EVs to their fleet. An EV Auto Show follows Thursday’s workshop.

There is no cost to attend either workshop but seating is limited. To sign up for Wednesday’s Community Forum about EV Charging, visit: To sign up for Thursday’s workshop, Driving EV Leadership visit:


Memphis Light, Gas and Water is the largest three-service public power utility in the nation, serving the residents of Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee since 1939. MLGW consistently provides customers with rates that are amongst the lowest in the nation and stewards a water supply from artesian wells that is minimally treated. Actively engaged in promoting the prosperity of Memphis and Shelby County, MLGW supports the seven local chambers in its service area and makes doing business with local, minority- and women-owned business a priority. Deeply rooted in the community, its employees generously donate time and money in support of bettering the Greater Memphis area.

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