22-Year-Old Converts Cars to Electric At Home

Nathan Hutchinson is a Bay Area-based “early stage entrepreneur” who specializes in converting traditional, gas-powered cars to electric cars, by adding lithium batteries that can be plugged into wall outlets. The rising fuel prices, though stressful for many business owners, have done a lot for his project.

“I knew when I started this business I wanted to do something that was good for the environment, and with gas prices going up, I felt it was the perfect time to get into this,” Hutchinson said.

Hutchinson is only 22, and his garage, called Hutchinson Electric Auto Repair, is located behind his home eight miles from Oakland.

Ezra Daly, a resident of Berkeley, explained that when he first brought his car to be converted, he was put off by Hutchinson’s youth.

“I remember when I first met him, the first thing he said to me was something like ‘I know I look young, but I know what I’m doing,’” Daly said. “And after talking to him a bit, you could clearly see that he did.”

Hutchinson started working on cars with his dad when he was only four years old. As he got older his parents pushed him towards college, not wanting him to end up a mechanic.

“I studied mechanical engineering at San Francisco State, and I just felt it was a total waste of time,” Hutchinson shares. “I knew right away that mechanical engineering wasn’t what I wanted to do.”

After leaving school, Hutchinson got a job working with Green Motors, where he says he found his calling.

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