Peachtree Corners Hosts Electrified Car Show in Celebration of National Drive Electric Week


If you’ve taken a drive through Technology Park here at the Curiosity Lab, you’ve likely seen sustainable and innovative technology in action. Between drones delivering packages and autonomous shuttles driving around Peachtree Corners, the city streets here in the Silicon Orchard are filled with future-driven tech making it imperative that the city’s infrastructure support these technologies.

One of the systems the City of Peachtree Corners has implemented to support the way we drive technology is the EV fast charging station at the Town Center. As the largest EV charging hub in Metro Atlanta, we’re excited to continue celebrating the city’s commitment to sustainability in Peachtree Corners with Electrify PTC!

Electrify PTC is this city’s first-ever electrified car show, hosted by the City of Peachtree Corners in partnership with Siemens, Ford, T-Mobile, Mercedes-Benz, Georgia Power, Jim Ellis, Qwik Charge, Clean Cities Georgia, Swincar and more. This event was created to celebrate National Drive Electric Week and highlight how Peachtree Corners continues to be at the forefront of innovation when it comes to the way communities work, move and connect.

The event will take place in the CineBistro parking lot at the Peachtree Corners Town Center on September 24 from 8am to 11am. We invite Peachtree Corners residents, friends, and neighbors to walk the parking lot rows to see the many electrified vehicles on display, or visit our local vendors to win prizes, eat great food and enjoy delicious drinks. Free breakfast will be provided by Flavor on the Fork food truck while supplies last.

There is no cost to attend. For more details or if you’re the owner of an electric vehicle and want to display your vehicle at Electrify PTC, visit here. Registration is limited – sign up today to secure your spot.

We are looking forward to another incredible event in the City of Peachtree Corners and hope you will all join us to learn more about how we’re electrifying our city streets.