Fully Charged Live – ‘the exhilarating festival of clean energy tech and electric vehicles’ – is back for another year. Robert Llewellyn and co. will be electrifying audiences at Silverstone on the weekend of 7-9 June.
With an average of three million episode views per month on YouTube, Fully Charged is riding on the crest of the wave created by the increasing interest in electric vehicles, and at the time of writing its channel has more than 465,000 subscribers.
Not all of the subscribers will descend on Silverstone for Fully Charged Live – 6,000 people visited the show in 2018 – but the organisers are expecting the event to double in size this year.
‘Last year we were terrified’
Robert Llewellyn, the man behind Fully Charged, said: “This time last year we were terrified and then more than 6,000 people descended on the show to hear all about the future of energy and transport.
“So, this year we’re really thrilled to be back, taking Fully Charged Live to another level. The Fully Charged Live team are working tirelessly to include the ingredients that our audience love in a live format.”
There will be 30 live sessions hosted by Llewellyn, Jonny Smith, Helen Czerski and Maddie Moate, with each one focused on a different area of green energy. Subjects range from ‘electric vehicle myths busted’ to ‘what you need to know about particulate and tyre pollution’.
Other highlights include:
- Electric transfers: get transferred from the car parks in an EV
- Every electric vehicle available in the UK
- A live music stage (including the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show on Saturday night)
- Exhibition of clean energy suppliers and renewable technologies
- Opportunity to test drive vehicles on the Stowe Circuit
Tickets and more information can be found on the Fully Charged website.