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An introduction to the electric vehicle business coalition called Drive Oregon. This was presented by Tim Miller of Greenlite Motors to the Oregon chapter of the SAE in Feb of 2011.

An introduction to the electric vehicle business coalition called Drive Oregon. This was presented by Tim Miller of Greenlite Motors to the Oregon chapter of the SAE in Feb of 2011.

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  • A New Association for A New Industry Who we are: A coalition of Oregon companies and interest groups engaged in the electric vehicle industry and transportation electrification. Mission: To catalyze the growth of Oregon’s electric vehicle industry, ensuring Oregon develops and maintains its competitive advantage and maximizes the economic development potential of this emerging industry. Attracting resources. Driving growth.
  • Expertise across the industy. 40+ companies and growing.
  • Attract existing federal resources and private financial support to enable local endeavors to overcome commercialization barriers for EV and EV-related products and facilitate opportunities for external collaboration. Leverage and connect Oregon University System institutions, utilities, state and local government entities and Oregon electric vehicle (EV) industry stakeholders to efficiently develop and commercialize next-generation transportation technologies. Foster collaboration between Oregon’s existing clean tech, advanced manufacturing, software and high technology sectors to participate in the EV supply chain, both locally and globally. Aid in the creation of skilled, family-wage jobs to build the next generation of transportation solutions.
  • Priority 1: Move forward with Oregon Innovation Council
  • Transportation Electrification Executive Council (TEEC) “… leadership in ensuring that Oregon is well-positioned to capitalize on the economic benefits of transportation electrification.”
  • Nissan LEAF Ford Focus and Transit Connect Th!nk Navistar “E-Star” Chevy Volt Mitsubishi iMiEV Electric SMART car Plug-in Prius

Drive Oregon Introduction Feb  2011 Drive Oregon Introduction Feb 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • An Introduction to Drive Oregon by Tim Miller
  • Oregon: The Center of EVs Tech. & Manuf. Policy & Strategy Drive Oregon Project EV International OEM’s Outside Universities Universities Infrastructure Green culture
  • Contents
    • Drive Oregon
    • Background: Why Oregon Will Be the Center for EVs
  • A New Association For A New Industry
    • Who we are:
      • A coalition of Oregon companies and interest groups engaged in the EV industry and transportation electrification.
    • Mission:
      • To catalyze the growth of Oregon’s EV industry.
    Attracting resources Driving growth
  • Strength and Synergies Work Across the Industry At all levels of integration Components Systems Vehicles Vehicle mgmt
  • Strength and Synergies Work Across the Industry At all levels of integration Components Systems Vehicles Vehicle mgmt Across vehicle types
  • Strength and Synergies Work Across the Industry At all levels of integration Components Systems Vehicles Vehicle mgmt Including infra-structure Utilities Charging Stations Service Dealers Across vehicle types
  • Expertise across the Industry EcoSpeed Rinehart Green Lite Motors Alltrax Arcimoto AmFor Electronics Brammo ReVolt Tinitron SynkroMotive KersTech Optimization Technologies ENTEK Shorepower 40 + companies and growing
  • Drive Oregon Goals
    • Attract existing federal resources and private financial support.
    • Leverage and connect Oregon University System institutions, utilities, state and local government entities and Oregon EV industry stakeholders.
    • Foster collaboration between Oregon’s existing clean tech, advanced manufacturing, software and high technology sectors.
    • Aid in the creation of skilled, family-wage jobs.
  • Priority One
    • Move forward with
    • Oregon Innovation
    • Council
  • A Leading Economic Opportunity
  • Accelerating Along the Road to Job Creation
    • History
    • Formed in ‘09 by PDC & Business Oregon
    • Monthly steering committee
    • Quarterly roundtables
    • Filed as organization, officers in place
    • Board formation underway
    • WINS / Results:
    • State capital event, BETC
    • San Jose joint presence
    • Eugene joint event
    • Selected by Oregon Innovation Council
    • Partnering/engaged with OTREC, Smart Grid Oregon, Climate Solutions, TEEC, and others
  • Updates - Collaboration
    • University collaboration
    • Governor’s Transportation Electrification Executive Council (TEEC)
    • Smart Grid Oregon
    • Climate Solutions
  • Oregon Universities Engaged
    • OIT
      • Joint research projects proposed
    • UO
      • Business school teams conducting research
      • Product design studios focused on vehicles
    • PSU
      • Office of Research & Sponsored Projects – Strategic Partnerships
      • Clemson U iCAR discussions
    • OSU
      • Engineering depth
    • OTREC
      • Consumer research
      • Outreach and partnerships collaboration
    • Oregon BEST
      • Commercialization projects proposed
  • Transportation Electrification Executive Council (TEEC) “… leadership in ensuring that Oregon is well-positioned to capitalize on the economic benefits of transportation electrification.”
  • Drive Oregon: In Gear!
    • Participating with OBC / cluster network on Oregon Business Plan
      • Support for Oregon InC’s overall plan is Drive Oregon’s top priority
    • Participating in overall Oregon InC legislative agenda
    • Drive Oregon initial communications platform done: 
      • Presentation ready for use with potential board members, partners, groups, and legislators (in coord with Oregon InC)
      • New website launched
      • High-level collateral done
      • Event signage done
  • Updates – Group Visibility
    • Multiple Drive Oregon vehicle/tech/component vendors in united presence at GoGreen (Oct.)
    • Group presence at Smart Grid conference (Nov.)
    • MIT alumni event presentation (Dec.)
    • Spoke at Green Professionals conference (Jan.)
      • Workforce / green jobs message
    • Participated in shaping EV Roadmap 3 conference (Jan.)
      • Drive Oregon break out session
    • Multi-vendor Drive Oregon presence at Portland Auto Show (Jan.)
    • Drive Oregon members will occupy ‘pop-up store’ series of prominent downtown storefront windows in collaboration with PDC (Feb.)
  • Updates - Formation
    • Officially registered as a non-profit in Oregon
    • Working on our federal filing
      • Plan: Federal status in time for contracting in Q3
    • Board President, Treasurer, Secretary in place
    • Core working board in place
    • Target list of A-level board members to add
      • Assigned a current member to each A-level target; outreach begun
      • Responding to interest from important firms in the sector
  • Thank You!
  • OEM EVs Coming to Oregon
    • Nissan LEAF
    • Ford Focus and Transit Connect
    • Think
    • Navistar “E-Star”
    • Chevy Volt
    • Mitsubishi iMiEV
    • Electric SMART car
    • Plug-in Prius
    Original slide courtesy of ODOT