The leader in clean electric transportation             Heidi Bowen           February 15, 2012
ECOtality, Inc.• Formerly Electric Transportation Engineering Corp (eTec)• Provides advanced transportation R & D, enginee...
The EV Project is sponsored by the US Department of Energy withover 60 project partners including Nissan North America and...
OverviewPROJECT MANAGER:     ECOtality North America (eTec)PROJECT SCOPE:       Charging Stations                     Niss...
50+ Project Partners
18 Major Metropolitan Areas   ●
Products• Color touch screen• Real time communications    • LAN, CDMA, WiFi, AMI•   Certified utility meter•   Reservation...
Network      • Maps      • Charge Event Data      • Customizable        Dashboard      • Dynamic        Information      •...
Customer BenefitsEVP Provides:• Residential Wall-Mount Electric  Vehicle Supply Equipment  (EVSE) - $1,495• Reimbursement ...
EV Project Qualifications• Lease/purchase a LEAF or Volt• LEAF must be ordered with Fast  Charge inlet• Own your home in a...
EV Project Boundary in LA
Participation Process1. Opt into EV Project    (Nissan Leaf Customer Journey or Chevy Dealership)2. Call your Utility    (...
LADWP Rebate•   Charge Up LA! provides up to    $2,000•   Customers must install a time-    of-use meter for the    discou...
LA Residential Installs
Contact Info LA Office 5170 Sepulveda Blve, Ste. 260 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 310-893-0254 Heidi Bowen hbowen@ecotality.comw...
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  1. 1. The leader in clean electric transportation Heidi Bowen February 15, 2012
  2. 2. ECOtality, Inc.• Formerly Electric Transportation Engineering Corp (eTec)• Provides advanced transportation R & D, engineering & testing• Focused on being a leading provider of EV charging systemsEXPERIENCE• Involved in every N. American EV initiative since 1989• Installed over 70% of on-road charging systems• Primary Contractor to U.S. Dept. of Energy in EV sector • 10+ million miles of testing on 200+ advanced fuel vehicles• Extensive battery performance testing, cycling and development• Leading EV consultant to Utilities, OEMs and Governments
  3. 3. The EV Project is sponsored by the US Department of Energy withover 60 project partners including Nissan North America andGeneral MotorsOBJECTIVES:• Develop mature charge infrastructure in a variety of environments• Evaluate use and effectiveness of each infrastructure• Develop models to optimize the deployment of infrastructure
  4. 4. OverviewPROJECT MANAGER: ECOtality North America (eTec)PROJECT SCOPE: Charging Stations Nissan LEAFs & GM VoltsTOTAL VALUE: $230 million (DOE and Private Match)PROJECT SCHEDULE: Initial Infrastructure Q4 2010 Vehicle Launch Q4 2010 Evaluation Ends Q4 2012 Completion Q2 2013
  5. 5. 50+ Project Partners
  6. 6. 18 Major Metropolitan Areas ●
  7. 7. Products• Color touch screen• Real time communications • LAN, CDMA, WiFi, AMI• Certified utility meter• Reservation capable• Smart phone & web controls• Host web portal• 360o beacon light• ADA compliant• Cord management• Specified advertising space
  8. 8. Network • Maps • Charge Event Data • Customizable Dashboard • Dynamic Information • Encourage Smart Charging
  9. 9. Customer BenefitsEVP Provides:• Residential Wall-Mount Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) - $1,495• Reimbursement for the Fast Charge inlet - $700• Credit towards installation (LADWP customers must apply for rebate) - $1,200• Access to Blink Network • Free InCard and Membership for low cost public charging • Free Mobile Applications
  10. 10. EV Project Qualifications• Lease/purchase a LEAF or Volt• LEAF must be ordered with Fast Charge inlet• Own your home in a qualified Project Area (verified by zip code)• Share charger data• Pay for install costs above credit• Provide wifi or ethernet connection
  11. 11. EV Project Boundary in LA
  12. 12. Participation Process1. Opt into EV Project (Nissan Leaf Customer Journey or Chevy Dealership)2. Call your Utility (find out about rate/incentive options)3. Site Assessment4. Accept the Site Assessment and Residential Participation Agreement5. Installation6. Inspection *Additional Documentation Steps for LADWP Rebate* **Give us feedback! Let us know where you want public sites.**
  13. 13. LADWP Rebate• Charge Up LA! provides up to $2,000• Customers must install a time- of-use meter for the discounted EV rate options• ECOtality will compile required documents and administer the rebate on customer’s behalf
  14. 14. LA Residential Installs
  15. 15. Contact Info LA Office 5170 Sepulveda Blve, Ste. 260 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 310-893-0254 Heidi Bowen hbowen@ecotality.comwww.ECOtality.com ● www.theEVproject.com ● www.blinknetwork.com 15

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