A screening of Who Killed the Electric Car? doesn't usually merit a post. I mean, this is a 2006 movie that is available pretty much everywhere these days. But at the Torrance Public Library in Torrance, California next weekend, you'll be able to watch the movie and then talk about the film with people who appear in the film. I'm not sure who will all be there, but Plug In America let us know that big-time electric vehicle advocate Chelsea Sexton will be on hand. A few EVs will be parked at the library, so this seems to be the perfect chance to get to know more about battery-powered vehicles. Full details of where and when the free show will happen are available after the jump.
Announcement:

WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?
WHAT: The Torrance Public Library screens Who Killed the Electric Car?, the 2006 documentary exploring the development of the fuel efficient, environment-friendly electric car and its subsequent demise. The
screening will be followed by a panel discussion on alternative energies with individuals featured in the documentary. Electric cars will also be on display.
WHERE: Katy Geissert Civic Center Library Community Meeting Room, 3301 Torrance Blvd., Torrance
WHEN: Saturday, June 21, 2:00 p.m.
INFORMATION: This program is free and no registration is required. Co-sponsored by the Torrance Library Commission and the Torrance Environmental Quality and Energy Conservation Commission. For additional information, call 310-618-5959.
[Source: Paul S.]

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