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Set to get off to an explosive start, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 will provide auto OEMs, electricity utilities, pioneering governments, battery developers, standardisation bodies, ...

Set to get off to an explosive start, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 will provide auto OEMs, electricity utilities, pioneering governments, battery developers, standardisation bodies, consultants and technological solution providers with a comprehensive picture on how to fully take advantage of the coming EV revolution. It will give senior executives the information, ideas and outlook to tackle the challenges and make the most of the opportunities in this fast-paced and complicated new market.

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    • BOOK EARLYand SAVE £££sPrices, packages and booking form on Page 8 20 – 22 June 2011, The Mövenpick Hotel, Berlin, Germany Hear from Klaus Wowereit Mayor of Berlin Greased lightning Tohru Hashimoto President Strategy, technology and innovation for utilities, automakers, Mitsubishi Motors R&D governments and their partners Europe Developing effective Business Models Hear from Renault, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Iberdrola and E.ON on how the industry can develop business models to ensure commercial success Overcoming the Limitations of Contemporary Battery Technology Thomas Orsini Understand how Porsche, BMW, Williams F1 and The DOW Chemical Company are Director of EV Business Development working effectively within the restrictions of current battery technology Renault Creating Positive EV Consumer Perceptions Learn how Nissan and General Electric are overcoming the negative consumer perceptions which could limit the industry’s growth Conference introduction Page 2 Michael Speh 3 days of learning and business Director of EV International development Key speakers Page 3 Business Development Full conference programme Pages 4 - 6 PSA Peugeot Citroen Pre-conference workshop: Developing effective Pre-conference workshop Page 6 business models for auto OEMs and utilities 20 June - Page 6 Sponsorship opportunities Page 7 Conference Day One All booking offers and options Page 8 21 June - Page 4 Conference Day Two 22 June - Page 6 Book early and SAVE £££s! Tom Smith Chief Electric Vehicle Marketing Manager www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle Nissan Europe Event sponsors: Official government partner: Dr. Martin Arlt Organised by:Head of Project Management – Project i BMW BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | |email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242242 2324faxfax +44 (0)207 242 1508 NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 2324 | | +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • Book early and save Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 DECIDING THE FUTURE OF EV INFRASTRUCTURE Book early to SAVE £££s Make the most of the EV opportunity See page 8 Set to get off to an explosive start, the Electric Vehicle for details Infrastructure World Congress will provide delegates with a comprehensive picture on how to fully take advantage of the coming EV revolution. It will give senior executives the information, ideas and Agenda highlights outlook to tackle the challenges and make the most of the opportunities in this fast-paced and complicated new Developing Business Broaden the horizon of your business! market. Models for success Renault PSA Peugeot Citroen An unrivalled speaking faculty and agenda The Congress will focus on: E.ON Roland Berger The congress presents a unique and holistic view of the Getting Electric Vehicles on the Road Iberdrola industry, using our extensive knowledge gained from Developing Business Models for Success over 20 weeks of research to develop a congress agenda Overcoming the Limitations of Contemporary Changing Consumer which deals with the major issues within the industry, Battery Technology Perceptions such as; Developing Positive Consumer Perceptions Nissan Creating International Industry Standardisation General Electric Overcoming the limitations of contemporary battery Managing the Effects of Charging on the Grid WEVA technology Effective SmartGrid Development Constructing an effective business case for EV Creating International Working with Governments charging infrastructure and the SmartGrid Standardisation Shaping favourable EV consumer perceptions RWE Over 5 hours of networking opportunities Achieving global standardisation IEC ACEA Senior representatives from major auto OEMs, electricity Meet and greet the industry pioneers and develop utilities, pioneering governments, battery developers, strategic partnerships for the future with our networking Emerging lunches, speed networking sessions and drinks standardisation bodies, consultants and technological Technologies reception. solution providers will be gathered at the Electric Vehicle Porsche Infrastructure World Congress. Make sure you are a part Williams Hybrid of it! The Congress is a truly unique experience, with Power an unrivalled speaker faculty. The Electric Vehicle BMW The DOW Chemical Immerse yourself in an environment where the ideas that Infrastructure World Congress is the one event where the Company will shape the future of the EV Infrastructure industry are big opportunities will be discussed to decide the future Schneider Electric traded by the driving forces in the industry. of the industry. Managing the Effects on the Grid ESB The earlier you book the more you SAVE! Vattenfall Fax back the registration form on Page 8 to +44 (0)20 7242 1508 EVN or register online: www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle CEZ CIRCE SmartGrid Charging Station Development Electricity Developers Hitachi Utilities Distribution DONG Energy Networks Consultants British Gas Eurelectric CISCO Auto OEMs Working with IT and Who should Software Governments Kingdom of Developers attend? Governments & Transport Denmark Authorities CEER City of Berlin Turnkey Electricity EU Regulatory Network Infrastructure Standardisation Bodies Manufacturers Bodies2 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle Book early and save Learn from an A-List of industry 8 REASONS experts Book early to David Crane save £££s Why you need to join the CEO NRG Energy See page 8 industry decision makers? for details Learn how Mr. Crane has led NRG to the1. Hear how to build a business model to maximise position of global pioneers of privatelyyour companies benefit from the EV infrastructure funded EV infrastructure development andrevolution. Building the business case for EVs and EV understand how your company can do theinfrastructure is the industry issue. Hear innovative same.business models from industry leaders and learn howto evolve your business to ensure success Igor Czerny2. Overcome negative EV consumer perceptions Director of Transport and Electric Vehicles Save 25% EDFwith innovative marketing techniques andeffective collaborations. Hear what marketing Why not send Learn from one of Europe’s largest utilitiestechniques the world’s leading EV OEM is employing and hear how Mr. Czerny plans to manage your team andto create positive consumer perceptions and what the increased demand created by the EV save more?collaborations your business can develop to maximise revolutioninternational EV sales. Dirk Lappe Send 3 delegates:3. Identify the next big opportunities for the Technical Director Save an extraEV infrastructure industry. From fast-chargers Porsche Engineering Groupthat intelligently detach from the grid, Formula 1 10%technology for auto OEMs and energy utilities, to the Responsible for the innovations within thenewly created energy market with an ageing car fleet, GT3 R Hybrid, Dirk will provide a unique Send 6 delegates:the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World Congress is perspective on electric drive technology Save an extrathe place to be to discover the next big thing! from within the performance/luxury segment and share his thoughts on how 20%4. Learn from global EV charging pilot studies and the segment is set to growhear how utilities can best manage the effect of EV Send 8 delegates:charging. From the USA to Turkey via France, ensuring Paul Mulvaney Save an extraEVs don’t make the lights go out for everyone else is eCars Managing Directorone of the key issues for the industry. Hear leading ESB 25%utilities and auto OEMs discuss pilot study results andhow results can be interpreted into best practice. Paul will share his experiences as the To register a leader of the new EV division within ESB. group call5. Learn how the industry can generate Learn from the rollout of electric vehicleinternational standardisation. Where should infrastructure in Ireland, developing and +44 (0) 207 242standardisation take place? How would it be achieved? deploying the market systems as well 2324Does the industry want standardisation? Discuss the as creating awareness and consumeranswers to these questions with leading utilities, auto demandOEMs and standardisation bodies. Ahmet Karim Nalbant6. Hear from the SmartGrid pioneers. SmartGrid EV Project Managerdevelopment is an integral part of the evolution of Istanbul Enerjienergy utilities. Hear from the Japanese pioneers of theSmartGrid and learn how utilities can develop effective Hear from Ahmet on how recent energySmartGrid and vehicle-to-grid business models. marketisation coupled with an ageing car fleet has made Turkey the first big7. Hear from and network with leading government opportunity for the industryrepresentatives. Network with the gatekeepers to EVinfrastructure development and build the government Klaus Baggesen Hilgercollaborations to grow your business internationally. Senior Innovation Manager DONG Energy8. Find solutions to the obstacles facing yourbusiness! Get ahead of the competition and enhance Learn from the award winning co-creatoryour opportunities for growth in this fast developing of the EU TWENTIES project on themarket. Exchange ideas and learn from the best minds strategies and implementation plansin the business. available to utilities for integrating large scale renewable wind into the Smart Grid Hear from and how this can benefit EV charging The Terrapinn difference over over Terrapinn events create exciting places to... To register your place contact: 30 speakers interact and grow knowledge meet and make contacts Sarah Pegden on over 2 become inspired and re-energised +44 (0)207 242 2324 content or email packed use your brain sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com days BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 3
    • Book early and save Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 Conference Day One - Tuesday 21 June 2011 08:30 Registration and refreshments 13:05 Panel Discussion and Q&A Session: Ensuring the development of effective business models 08:55 Chairman’s opening remarks Will business models differ wildly between organisations? Working in partnership with technological solution providers GETTING ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON THE ROAD Gernot Schimmel, KeMove Business Unit Manager, KEBA AG Michael Speh, Director of EV Business Development, PSA 09:00 Welcoming Address from the Mayor of Berlin Peugeot Citroen Klaus Wowereit, Mayor of Berlin Michael Weltin, E-mobility Strategy Manager, E.ON Thomas Orsini, Director of EV Business Development, Renault 09:15 Opening Keynote Address: How must OEMs evolve to fully benefit from EVs? 13:30 Networking Lunch Understanding the innovations within Mitsubishi EVs Changing consumer perceptions to maximise EV uptake EMERGING ELECTRIC VEHICLE, BATTERY AND CHARGING Understanding the collaboration with PSA Peugeot Citroen TECHNOLOGIES Tohru Hashimoto, President, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe 14:30 Keynote case study: Understanding the Innovations within 09:50 Keynote Address: How can utilities ensure the roll out of a BMW’s Project i global charging infrastructure? Understanding Project is technical innovations Developing effective business models Understanding the business model for the ‘Megacity’ car Ensuring the smartgrids commercial success What can the industry learn from BMW’s pilot projects? Working with technological solution providers Dr. Martin Arlt, Head of Project Management – Project i, BMW David Crane, CEO, NRG Energy 14:50 How Schneider Electric is encouraging mass EV uptake 10:15 Keynote Address: How Denmark plans to maximise the Interpreting Schneider Electrics case studies and experiments benefit EVs have upon its citizens Understanding how smart energy management solutions can Learn how and why Denmark is utilising EVs enable large scale EV charging How Denmark plans to maintain its place as an EV world leader Daniel Langeac, Electric Vehicle Strategy and Alliances Vice President, Schneider Electric Lykke Friis, Minister of Climate and Energy, Denmark 15:10 Case Study: How the DOW Chemical Company is developing 10:40 Keynote Panel Discussion and Q&A Session: Overcoming the High Performance Automotive Li-ion Battery Materials barriers to ensure mass global EV uptake How Dows working to improve the cost, durability and Generating an international industry-wide common dialogue performance of Li-ion battery systems Developing the structures for long-term collaboration Understanding Dows advanced Li-ion battery materials David Crane, CEO, NRG Energy Ensuring a strong industry material supply chain Lykke Friis, Minister of Climate and Energy, Denmark Dr. James Miners, Energy Storage Device Materials European Tohru Hashimoto, President, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe Business Development Leader, Dow Chemical Company 11:00 Morning Refreshments and Networking Break 15:30 Keynote Case Study: The Porsche GT3 R Hybrid Evolving the GT3 R to house F1 technology BUSINESS MODELS FOR SUCCESS Understanding the possibilities of electric drive within the performance/luxury segment 11:45 Keynote case study: Learning how the Renault EV sales Dirk Lappe, Technical Director, Porsche Engineering Group model is developing positive consumer perceptions Evolving Renault dealerships into EV one-stop-shops 15:50 Case Study: How EVs can benefit from Williams Hybrid Tailoring energy pricing packages to individual customers Power’s F1 Flywheel Energy Storage Technology Catering for 3 differing charging methods Understanding the benefits of flywheels as energy storage Thomas Orsini, Director of EV Business Development, Renault How the industry can benefit from flywheel technology How will flywheel technology evolve? 12:05 Keynote case study: Understanding how Iberdrola’s is Ian Foley, Managing Director, Williams Hybrid Power making EV charging commercially viable Understanding Iberdrola’s ‘Green Mobility’ Strategy 16:10 Coffee Break and Speed-Networking Evolving open standard changing solutions Understanding the preliminary Pilot Project results TOWARDS WIDESPREAD STANDARDISATION Agustin Delgado, Director of Innovation, Environment and Quality, Iberdrola 16:50 Panel Discussion: How can utilities and international bodies collaborate for EV infrastructure standardisation? 12:25 Keynote case study: Understanding how PSA Peugeot Understanding where standardisation is required Citroen’s EV business model is making EVs affordable Understanding the process behind generating standardisation Why PSA is currently leasing the ion What industry collaborations are needed to generate standardisation How the collaboration with Mitsubishi was generated Cyriacus Bleijs, Chairman Electric Road Vehicle TC, IEC Evolving business models into the future Ingo Diefenbach, Head of eMobility Standardisation, RWE Michael Speh, Director of EV International Business Development, PSA Peugeot Citroen 17:20 What industry developments are required to enable battery standardisation? 12:45 Case Study: How E.ON is developing effective business Are battery-auto manufacturer sole supplier agreements models for EV charging and fast-charging increasing the speed of battery development? How can utilities make EV infrastructure commercially Understanding whether auto OEMs should seek battery viable? standardisation in the short and long term Effectively regulating the EV infrastructure revolution Peter Kunzer, Head of Environmental Policy, ACEA Understanding how fast-charging business models differ Michael Weltin, E-mobility Strategy Manager, E.ON 17:40 Chairman’s closing remarks and networking drinks reception4 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle Book early and save Conference Day Two - Wednesday 22 June 201109:00 Chairman’s opening remarks SMARTGRID DEVELOPMENTPILOT STUDIES AND MANAGING THE EFFECTS ON THE GRID 12:40 Keynote Case Study: Understanding the Rokkasho Village09:05 Keynote Case Study: How EDF’s energy management study to benefit global smartgrid development strategy is minimising the effect of EV charging on the grid How to construct and operate SmartGrid pilot studies Understanding EDF’s EV energy management strategy Understanding the collaborations in the Rokkasho Village Understanding how the EDF grid will evolve to cater for mass study and how similar collaborations can be generated EV use and how other utilities can evolve Yutako Sano, General Manager Public & Industrial Information Igor Czerny, Director of Transport and Electric Vehicles, EDF Systems Center, Hitachi09:25 Case Study: Hearing from Istanbul Enerji why Turkey is the 13:00 Networking Lunch first big opportunity for the industry Turkeys energy marketisation and ageing car fleet 14:00 Case study: How British Gas is Managing Residential Understanding the opportunities within the Turkish market Electricity Demand in the “New Energy Economy” Understanding the Renault collaboration How households consume energy today and how utilities can Ahmet Karim Nalbant, EV Project Manager, Istanbul Enerji benefit from the “New Energy Economy” What impacts will future consumption and generation have09:45 Keynote Case Study: How NRG Energy is pioneering large- on customers, networks and energy suppliers? scale private funded charging infrastructure Understanding British Gas’ residential demand Learning NRG’s demand management techniques management and how utilities can plan for the future How utilities can privately fund EU infra development Petter Allison, Managing Director, British Gas Technology & How the industry can fully take advantage of the US market Innovation Arun Banskota, EV Services Group President, NRG Energy 14:20 Case Study: How DONG Energy is integrating renewable10:05 Case Study: How ESB is taking advantage of Ireland’s ideal wind into the SmartGrid on a large scale EV conditions Why DONG is developing wind focussed SmartGrids Understanding the industry opportunities in Ireland Learning how the EU TWENTIES project is connecting wind Learning how eCars interacts with distribution systems from into the energy network and how utilities can benefit technical, systems and commercial view points Integrating EV infrastructure and SmartGrid development Understanding the collaborations in the eCars Ireland project Klaus Baggesen Hilger, Senior Innovation Manager, DONG Energy Paul Mulvany, eCars Managing Director, ESB 14:40 Case Study: Eurelectric’s work in developing smartgrid &10:25 Morning Refreshments and Networking Break vehicle-to-grid business models Will SmartGrids mean a revolution or an evolution for utilities?11:20 Case Study: How Endesa and CIRCE are collaborating to Developing successful SmartGrid business models enable fast-charging roll out Developing effective vehicle-to-grid pricing structures Understanding the CRAVE project results so far Per Hallberg, Chairman Smartgrids working group, Eurelectric Understanding how intelligent fast-charging technology will and Senior European Affairs Advisor, Vattenfall minimise the effect of fast-charging Expanding the project for mass fast charging rollout 15:00 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break Dr. Jose Sanz, Director of Electricity Research Division, CIRCE CHANGING CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS11:40 Case Study: How Vattenfall Innovation is pioneering renewables integration and local load management 16:00 Keynote Case Study: How Nissan’s marketing strategy is Understanding how effective grid projections can be drawn developing positive consumer perceptions from the initial Berlin and Hamburg trial findings Learning how Nissan’s marketing strategy has evolved from Overcoming the problem of excess supply and enabling the concept car to production car charging of multiple EVs at one spot Learning how the Leaf marketing strategy and business Vattenfall’s wind to vehicle and local load management model is developing positive consumer perceptions technology Tom Smith, Chief EV Marketing Manager, Nissan Dr. Carl Friedrich Eckhardt, Head of Business Development, Vattenfall Europe Innovation 16:20 Helping automakers & utilities work together in developing a global EV infrastructure12:00 Case Study: How CEZ is implementing a charging Learning of the potential value in an EV infrastructure infrastructure in Prague Understanding how automakers and utilities can work Learning from CEZ’s IT and back room infrastructure hand-in-hand to promote the future global uptake of EVs and development for creating EV infrastructure how collaborations will evolve in the future Understanding the pitfalls other utilities should avoid Brian Wynne, President, World Electric Vehicle Association and Fabien Hillairet, E-mobility Project Manager, CEZ President, Electric Drive Transportation Association WORKING WITH GOVERNMENTS TO ENSURE SUCCESS 16:40 Case Study: How GE fleet services is helping to develop positive EV consumer perceptions12:20 Case Study: Understanding how and why European energy Understanding how GE is promoting EV usage to fleet regulators are promoting EV infrastructure managers and how the industry can help Understanding why Government and Regulatory involvement Why company car fleets are ideal platforms to develop in EV infrastructure differs across Europe consumer perceptions and how auto OEMs can benefit Learning why a European consensus would benefit the Isabel Fernandez, CCO Sales & Marketing, GE Capital industry and how this could be formed Luca Schiavo, Staff to Director General, AEEG and Smart Grid 17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks and close of the Electric Vehicle Expert, CEER Infrastructure World Congress 2011 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 5
    • Book early and save Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 Pre-conference Workshop More networking opportunites Monday 20 June 2011: 09:00 - 17:00 this year! CAR MANUFACTURER FUTURE BUSINESS MODELS Understanding how to maintain profitability with higher vehicle costs versus lower total usage costs Customer preferences regarding services and innovative sales Comparing different business models for eMobility and understanding them from a consumer perspective Understanding new mobility concepts and their implications for car manufacturers Understanding how the business models available to utilities and infrastructure providers impact car manufacturer business models Understanding the opportunities for new mobility providers and how the industry can benefit Use CONTACT to boost your business Workshop Q&A Session development opportunities Workshop leader: Dr Wolfgang Bernhart, Partner – Automotive Competence Contact, the online networking tool for the event, ensures Centre, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants more of your time is spent in valuable conversations and meetings with the right people for your business. Networking Lunch Use Contact to: COMMERCIALLY VIABLE EV INFRASTRUCTURE AND Target and arrange to meet everyone you want to meet at SMARTGRIDS the event - before it starts Developing Smart Business Models Plan your time efficiently Going beyond smart technology: How utilities can generate and Get in touch with every business you need to meet benefit from business model innovation and corporate venturing And then stay in touch long after the event closes Ensuring that utilities fully maximise the ‘Smart Home‘ And Contact keeps you in touch with your audience long opportunity after the event Understanding how utilities can benefit from differentiating value You can carry on networking with attendees, exhibitors propositions Maximising success by coexisting in competition and other speakers using Contact for as long as you like. If youve already discovered Contact, youll know the value Understanding how utilities can fully benefit from the ‘Smart of being able to business match and message through the Mobility’ revolution online community before, during and long after the event. Positioning utilities in the most effective position along the new value chain Developing transportation as a service Negawatt – Developing effective demand response and demand aggregation strategies Understanding how utilities can make money by selling less During the event will be the now well White labeling – How utilities can benefit from trusting outside known Speed Networking. This high expertise speed session gets you introduced to the other attendees. Bring your business cards as every 3 Workshop Q&A Session minutes you will meet someone new! Use this time to find Close of Workshop Day those people in the room you need to have a formal meeting with then use “Contact” to set the time. Workshop leader: Rolf Adam, Director Sales & Business Development - Utilities & Smart Grid Europe, CISCO Following the first main day of the event (Tuesday 21 June 2011) there will be networking drinks held Contributions from: in the venue. Gabriele Riedmann de Trinidad, Strategic Market Manager – Energy, T Systems International Our evening events create the backdrop where ideas develop, new relationships are forged and inspiration grows. The Thomas Glattes, CEO, The Mobility House Deutschland evening is open to all Congress attendees and each benefit from a fantastically informal atmosphere, an open bar, canapés Stephan Lindner, CTO, Entelios AG and a collection of industry personalities that invariably get people talking.6 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508
    • www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle Book early and saveProvide your business with the visibility it needs Book earlyRaise your profile – become a sponsor Advantages to you of sponsoring: and saveDoes your business rely, at least in part, on the potentialfor growth within the electric vehicle industry? Branding and positioning: being seen as a leading £££s solutions and service provider to the industry See page 8Are automakers, utilities and governments among your Establishing credibility for your product or service for detailskey client demographic? by delivering a strong commercial message and making your business caseIs exposure to the senior decision makers at potentialclient firms vital to your business development? Creating awareness, raising your profile and getting your brand, product or service front of mind with key "74% ofCan your firm help our delegates and speakers keep pace decision makers from your clients and potential clients our surveyin this continuingly changing industry? respondents Demonstrating your own credibility with a market that is aware and active, by efficient and effective regardedWe can help you meet the right people andshowcase your expertise networking, facilitating new business, ring fencing ‘overcoming the existing business and placing your company limitations of on target client shortlistsElectric Vehicle Infrastructure World Congress 2011 contemporaryprovides the opportunity for you to meet dozens of senior- Lead generation: meeting multiple new prospects batterylevel decision makers from the world’s pre-eminent firms in a neutral, unbiased settinginvolved in the electric vehicle industry technology’ For sponsorship and exhibition as the largestElectric Vehicle Infrastructure World Congress opportunities, please contact: barrier to2011 can help you meet the right people and Mladina Connolly on the futureshowcase your expertise +44 (0)20 7092 1157 or email growth of the mladina.connolly@terrapinn.com electric vehicle infrastructure industry" "The most Meet and do business with industry decision makers. important consideration Charge point in choosing Turnkey Electricity Network Manufacturers Battery industry partners/ Developers Infrastructure collaborators Manufacturers was identified Banks, Investors as technological Who should & Lawyers capability" IT and Software Developers sponsor? Telematics Solutions Providers Consultants Electricity Smart Meter Developers Trading Platforms Media partners: BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle | email sarah.pegden@terrapinn.com | phone +44 (0)207 242 2324 | fax +44 (0)207 242 1508 7
    • Book early and save Electric Vehicle Infrastructure World 2011 Greased lightning 20 – 22 June 2011, The Mövenpick Hotel, Berlin, Germany How to book your ticket Use our online calculator at www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle You can use our online calculator to tailor your ticket and buy multiple tickets. Online The calculator automatically selects the most favourable discount for you. www.terrapinn.com/electricvehicle You can use our online calculator to tailor your ticket and buy multiple tickets. The calculator Register now automatically selects the most favorable discount Package Before 02 April 2011 Before 14 May 2011 Before 04 June 2011 After 5 June 2011 How many Calculate your ticket for you. If you book and pay online you also save a VIP PASS: Ð3,145 + VAT Ð3,495 + VAT Ð3,670 + VAT Ð3,845 + VAT further £100. All 3 days and seat at the Ð597.55 = Ð664.05 = Ð697.30 = Ð730.55 = gala dinner Ð3,742.55 Ð4,159.05 Ð4,367.30 Ð4,575.55 Offline 20 – 22 June 2011 SAVE Ð700! SAVE Ð350! 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