My Next Electric 101

Our 30 minute, self-paced crash course on how to live and drive electric

This class costs $20, takes 30 minutes, and is available online 24/7. Finishing a class gives you access to cool alumni perks. Pairing it with our free office hours, where you can ask any question you want about going electric, makes for a flexible, personal tool kit for going electric.

What folks have said about the class:


What to expect:

30-min Crash Course (mix of video and self-paced work)

  • How EVs work differently than gas and how that impacts your day-to-day.
  • Pro-tips on cheap ways to try electric before you buy.
  • How e-bikes and micro-mobility can fit into your vehicle fleet.
  • How induction cooking works and why it’s so cool so hot right now.
  • How heat pumps are so hot and cool right now.
  • How much you can save with rebates/credits in the Inflation Reduction Act.


  • Advice on what fits your budget, use case.
  • Advice on if and when solar and/or back up batteries make sense for your home.
  • Planning for which appliances you can/can’t/should/shouldn’t electrify, and when.

Alumni perks when you finish

Pro-tips and our community hive mind

We help everyone who takes our course find a cheap way to try electric before they buy — from lending libraries, to test drives and test rides, there are hundreds of us sharing what we’re learning about electric before we have to make the big investment in a new ride or machine.

Breaks on gear we trust

I get breaks for alumni on stuff we love, like the JackRabbit ebike and NeoCharge’s smart car charging adapter. If I get a commission on top of your discount, I’ll split that 50/50 with you.

Alumni events in New Orleans, LA, USA

We’re based in New Orleans; it seems silly not to throw a party once in a while. We always make sure there’s an engaging way to dial in from anywhere, so you can feel that NOLA Who Dat love wherever you are.

Our approach to course design


16 years building electric motorcycles and bikes means I’m bringing my full #motonerd self to moderating. Plus, the feedback from year one of this course is clear - vehicles animate us more than appliances, so it’s EVs first, appliances second.

Learning science

I’ve been building schools and learning tools even longer than electric vehicles; I’m trying to apply some of the latest learning science to this experience so you’ll have a better shot at learning what we’re putting down. I believe going electric gives us a shot at building a world that’s more fair and more fun for all of is — I take having fun on the road to that future pretty seriously.

Open to all + GIF me for your money back

If this price is something you can’t do right now but you want to learn, email me (I’m Matt) for a scholarship coupon code. And while money-back guarantees aren’t totally unique, I think our process is - just email me you’re favorite GIF for a full refund if you’re not 100% jazzed about your experience.