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Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition USA 2010

  1. 1. Visit the website today for the latest updates on speakers and the full conference program! www.evupdate.com/USA For the Full Program Top-Notch Speaker Line Up Interactive Sessions Exclusive Discount & Registration Form OPEN NOw! 200+ Executives 25+ Expert Speakers 16+ Hours of Networking Business-Focussed Case Studies Pilot Study Results FACT!  A 360 Degree Perspective of the EV Market: Examine charging infrastructure roadmaps, pricing models, stakeholder strategies etc. and revise your commercial plan accordingly  AUTOMAKER BLUEPRINT FOR EV AND PHEV GROWTH: Debate whether the intelligence for a smart EV infrastructure will reside in-vehicle or off board. Discuss advantages and feasibility to gauge consumer preference  The Utility Perspective on Powering EVs: Devise enticing pricing models and solutions to enable users to charge at off-peak hours, maintain network stability and save on grid investment for a sustainable infrastructure  Breakthrough Charging Technologies: Analyze consumer requirements for both public charging and in-home charging options to ensure your solution is aligned with changing demands  Keeping the Customer in the EV Equation: Address key user concerns such as range anxiety, pricing, safety, privacy, tech familiarity etc. to build consumer confidence  Stake Your Claim in the EV Market: Discuss current utility- automaker demos, tech trials and pilot results to evaluate how your offerings compare to competing systems Expert Speakers Include “ I'm impressed! There is great representation from all players in the industry. Companies at the show are joining together in partnerships to make it a success ”Volkswagen Group The Only B2B Event Dedicated to the PHEV and EV Industry SAVE $200when you register by 28th January 2011. Unique discount code inside. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure USA 2011 Prepare to Take EVs Mass Market: Commercial Recharging and Deployment Strategy to Speed-Up Consumer Adoption Organized by In Conjunction with March 31-April 1 2011, Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, CA, USA Gold Sponsors silver Sponsor Knowledge Sponsor
  2. 2. Super Charge your Business to BE PROFITABLE IN THE GROWING ELECTRIC CAR MARKET FACT: Global market for EVs will hit 1.21 million units by 2015 according to Frost & Sullivan 2009 and 2010 were packed with technology developments that have propelled the industry’s capabilities by leaps and bounds. 2011 is earmarked as when concrete steps have to be taken to cement the electric vehicle hype from a ‘nice-to-have’ luxury to a commonplace necessity. NOW is the time to ensure that you are fully prepared for 2011 and beyond. If you’re not the first off the starting block this decade, your EV business will be left behind. FACT: The lack of a sustainable charging infrastructure, interoperable solutions and seamless connectivity needs to be overcome for success in the EV economy This is why Electric Vehicle Update has launched Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Conference & Expo 2011 – an event to support the industry in building the foundations of a profitable future in EVs - a robust charging infrastructure. With the first of the much publicised EVs being launched in a couple of months, the charging infrastructure market is simmering up to a boil. This 2 day conference is perfectly timed to bring together the best of international EV automakers, electric utilities and charging infrastructure developers to keep up the zooming momentum! Leveraging our relationships with top electric utilities and automakers from our very successful sister brands, Smart Grid Update and Telematics Update, we’ve brought the best together to tell you how to stand out from the crowd, win more business and future proof your offerings! FACT: Adopting new business models, cross industry partnerships and robust strategies are critical to the future of your success in the EV industry Uncover business models to determine what is required by you to work profitably with colleagues in this new and unfamiliar value chain. Based on independent, industry wide research, the conference will help you: • Take best practice from established industries: To save you the time, we’ve invited experts from the auto, utilities, telecom and tech space to tell you exactly what’s worked for them • Map out proven routes to market: We’ve secured the pioneers in this space to help you lay out your route to market – gather proven methods of deploying EV infrastructure and prepare your business plans accordingly • Make money! Get the stats and facts on the main trends, growth areas and forecasts for this market to position your solutions in line with demand To find out more, simply turn the page and read on. Lay the basis for future partnerships through exposure, networking and most importantly, by learning how to make those partnerships successful. Secure your seat at Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Conference in March 2011 to the best in the field and learn how you can super charge your EV business! I look forward to meeting with you in San Diego this March. Best Regards, Ruthana Foulkes Conference Director Telematics Update BE AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE EMERGING Electric Vehicle INDUSTRY Key Speakers Include: Our Powertrain of Experts Include: Leslie Baroody, Team Leader for Electric Vehicles, California Energy Commission PRTM Pike Research 350Green Ecotality Nissan Coda Automotive SAE International Automatiks EPRI TVA Portland General Electric Duke Energy Frost & Sullivan And many more! Open now for full program Aaron Singer, Head of Sustainability, BMW Chris Chen, Marketing Development Manager, SDG&E George Bellimo, Staff Project Engineer, General Motors Gustavo Collantes, Energy Office, Innovation and Policy Priorities, Washington State Department of Commercey Michael Pesin, Chief Technology Advisor, Seattle City Light Richard Lowenthall, CEO, Coulomb Technologies Sascha Simon, Head of Advanced Technology, Mercedes Benz We’re adding new speakers everyday! Visit the website for the latest speaker line-up: www.evupdate.com/USA
  3. 3. 5 COMPELLING REASONS WHY THIS IS A MUST-ATTEND EVENT 2. Unparalleled Networking Time This isn't a large expo where you get 2 minutes to talk to a key executive. We've engineered top quality networking time including: • Access to the pre-show online networking center from the moment you register, to allow you to set up one-to-one meetings with hard to meet execs • Networking drinks party, extended coffee & networking lunch breaks to give you the time to hold meetings and conduct industry led discussions • Post show online networking access until April 29 2011 to allow you to follow up with your contacts and seal those lucrative deals! 4. The Most High Profile Attendee List The ONLY EV conference with all the top automakers, infrastructure developers and electric utilities under one roof We’ve given away complimentary passes to select automakers and electric utilities to get them to share key expertise and lay down what they look for from the rest of the value chain. They will also dissect various business models to work out the most profitable route to market. Sign up now to meet, network and do business with these senior level executives. See who you’ll meet and do business with: 3. World Class Case Studies Learn from industry experts with firsthand experience in the EV space on how to: Remain flexible and integrate new technologies Test & deploy cost efficient charging infrastructure Understand consumer concerns and charging patterns Offer enticing cross-border billing and pricing models Build a secure supply chain and sustainable partnerships 5. The Best EV Event Checklist EV OEMS and Utilities - 27% Charging Infrastructure Developers - 23% Wireless Carriers - 7% Regulatory/Standards Bodies - 4% Battery Technologies - 13% Components Manufacturers - 7% Application Developers - 8% Consultants - 4% Others - 7% EV OEMS and Utilities - 27% Charging Infrastructure Developers - 23% Wireless Carriers - 7% Regulatory/Standards Bodies - 4% Battery Technologies - 13% Components Manufacturers - 7% Application Developers - 8% Consultants - 4% Others - 7% BRAND NEW 1. NEW! Revolutionary Cross-Industry Discussions EV Update invites you to join senior level execs at our all new working group discussions You have valuable ideas about what the industry needs to progress – so do your peers. The biggest need for an emerging industry, as you will all agree, is interaction across the entire value chain. Combining the expertise of the attendees is the best way to ensure this happens. That’s why these intimate working group discussion sessions form an integral part of the agenda at the meeting in March. Simply put, they are results oriented roundtable discussions where you'll walk away with practical and actionable strategies. “Really liked the Working Group Discussions. Great way to discuss solutions with execs from different backgrounds. Very informative and a great networking opportunity.” Electrical Engineer, Mott MacDonald EV OEMS Electric Utilities Infrastructure Developers Wireless Carriers Battery Technologies Standards Organisation Case Studies In-Depth Round Tables Regulatory Update Global Update New Markets for Growth Commercial Fleet studies Add yourself to the best checklist in the EV industry Open now for full program Imagine sitting next to a EV automaker, electric utility, charging infrastructure developer, regulatory body and engaging them with your ideas and getting their face-to-face feedback. Each group will feature a small number of attendees from across the value chain working with an expert moderator on real life case studies. Our working group discussions will focus on 2 vital areas that drastically need industry wide co-operation and inspired solutions: Watch our online space for more details on the topics www.EVupdate.com/USA BRAND NEW MORE ON WORKING GROUP DISCUSSIONS Interactive Delegate List 6 weeks of networking with our online networking centre for all attendees! Our exclusive Online Networking Center means you can personally and directly contact all conference attendees prior to the event - giving you an ‘interactive delegate list’. Plan meetings in advance, network during the event and follow up leads after the conference. Sign up for your ticket today! Visit www.EVupdate.com/USA
  4. 4. Conference agenda day 1: Thursday march 31, 2011 For the most up-to-date agenda, visit www.evupdate.com/USA Electric Vehicle 360 – A Complete Industry Overview Global market for EVs will hit 1.21 million units by 2015 according to FS. Note the key partnerships and strategies at the forefront of this rapidly growing market. • Get to grips with consumer and enterprise led vehicle purchase and usage criteria and align your product portfolio accordingly to win new business • Receive a ‘status update’ on charging infrastructure roadmaps, pricing models and stakeholder strategies to revise your business plan • Analyze recent data and results from FS’s consumer study to understand end-user service and charging requirements Veerender Kaul, Director - Automotive Transportation, Frost Sullivan Powering Vehicles – The Utility Perspective Utilities are the linchpin of infrastructure development in the EV space. Discuss what type of smart tech progress has been made to enable fast charging. • Devise enticing pricing models to get users to charge at off-peak hours, maintain network stability, save on grid investment for sustainability and profitability • Hear how EVs complement intermittent sources of renewable energy by working as temporary storage units for consumers and how this will alter pricing models • Debate plans to connect meters with appliances to satisfy energy demands and provide customers with hassle-free and convenient charging options Michael Pesin, Chief Technology Adviser, Seattle City Light James Ellis, Senior Manager Transportation Infrastructure Technology Commission, TVA Charlie Allcock, Economic Development Director, Portland General Electric Mark Duvall, Director, EPRI Automaker Strategy - Foundations for EV and PHEV Growth Automakers are on the look-out for market savvy models and tech solutions to take EVs mainstream and to deliver positive consumer experiences. • Understand differing OEM business models to scale up EV production and work out lucrative channels for your services and solutions • Will the intelligence for a smart EV infrastructure reside in-vehicle or off-board? Discuss advantages and feasibility to gauge which will be preferred by end-users • Discover which apps developers, wireless carriers and EVSC players are allying themselves with OEMS to deliver a complete EV experience Mark Perry, Director of Advanced Technology, Nissan USA Coda Automotive (Speaker name to be announced shortly) How to Achieve Funding? Government or Otherwise… With many projects throughout the USA being funded by government grants and venture capitalists, we discuss how you can get your piece of the pie. • Learn which criterion such as market viability and economic impact will enable you to prime your business to achieve government funding during the second allocation round • Gain an in-depth understanding into California Government’s strategy to fast-track EV adoption and plot your rollout strategy accordingly • Understand how public funds will be utilized to initiate EV infrastructure development and energy usage plans Leslie Baroody, EV Team Leader, California Energy Commission A Comprehensive Look at EV Related Standards and Regulations Understand which policies, incentives and standards will drive EV adoption across the USA. • Assess standards and technology choices that are critical to delivering vehicle-to- grid two-way communications to facilitate seamless connectivity across borders • Find out which standard will emerge as the industry norm. We explore Level 3 DC fast chargers, CHAdeMO protocol, SAE J1772, the IEC 62196- 2-X amongst others • Take note of funds and incentives in place for commercial rollout of advanced vehicles and fuels research activities to benefit from Govt. support George Bellino, Staff Project Engineer Infrastructure Commercialization Group, General Motors Jack Pokrzywa, Director, Ground Vehicle Standards, SAE International Practical Case Studies BMW Roadmap to eMobility • Hear how BMW assessed and utilized data from the MINI E field trial to refine the offering for the upcoming 1 series ActiveE • Analyze which tech options will support the ‘MegaCities Vehicle’ coming in 2013. We evaluate carbon fiber LifeCell architecture, advanced powertrain and efficient dynamic systems • Understand how remote charge scheduling, preconditioning and access to information will impact customer perception of EVs Aaron Singer, Head of Sustainability, BMW Get to Grips with the I5 Corridor Project • Decipher data trends to gauge whether investment in inter-urban infrastructure will help the plug-in EV market • Learn how to forge successful partnerships to maintain business momentum and leverage financial support Gustavo Collantes, Energy Office, Innovation and Policy Priorities, Washington State Department of Commerce Keynotes
  5. 5. Call 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 for group discounts savings Conference agenda Day 2: Friday april 1, 2011 Keynotes The EV Supply Chain Mapped-Out The supply chain will witness a reshuffle as different stakeholder groups endeavor to manage energy demands, costs and consumer convenience. Hear how. • Work out who will be in the driving seat of infrastructure development by devising a win-win business model to deliver a seamless infrastructure • Discuss current utility-automaker demos, tech trials and pilot results to evaluate how your offerings compare to competing systems • Take note of new entrants such as smart meter aggregators that bridge the V2G (vehicle-to-grid) service gap and find out how this will impact value chain dynamics Oliver Hazimeh, Principal, PRTM Breakthrough Charging Technologies Which Charger? On the Road, On the Move, or, At Home EV range is improving, but widespread charging remains key to increasing EV adoption by consumers and fleets. Sift out the most practical charging infrastructure in the market right now. • Evaluate various charging infrastructures such as fast charging, wireless charging, embedded systems etc. to see which will prove successful and with which type of EVs • Pick out operational lessons from various pilots including best station locations, tech. for secure charging and installation provision to devise a viable adoption strategy • Gather alternatives to conventional plug-in charging. Assess differing models such as battery leasing, battery swapping, range extension technologies etc. Richard Lowenthal, CEO, Coulomb Technologies Getting San Diego ‘EV Ready’ - Prepare your City • Determine infrastructure planning requirements to ensure compliance with legal frameworks in order to offer high quality charging experiences to users • Get the low down on partnership models to work out how it can be scaled up to a city-wide development with the aim for a nationwide infrastructure • Understand how to create an integrated, fully interoperable, system that is open to multiple EV vendors and players Ray Hobbs, Director of Product Education, ECOtality Joel Pointon, Electric Transportation Program Manager, San Diego Gas Electric Mark Perry, Director of Advanced Technology, Nissan USA Driving Consumer Adoption of Electric Vehicles Under the Microscope: EV Metering and Billing Solutions Understanding optimal Grid Pricing techniques is crucial for payment options. Examine established models from the telecom sector to reflect consumer choice and convenience. • Find out who will own the SIM card for data collection and payment and work out how to share data to offer complete billing services • Debate strategies to ensure data integrity, security and transparency is maintained whilst allowing users to buy electricity from their preferred provider • Harness the information and lessons learnt from early-adopters and pilots to select must-have solutions for phase 2 of infrastructure deployment Per Lindberg, Global Business Development Executive, Telenor Breakthrough Charging Technologies Exclusive 120V Presentation Whilst the most effective infrastructure for EV charging still remains uncertain, discuss the effectiveness of the standard 120V home-based charging station. • Examine consumer requirements for both public charging and at home charging to ensure your solution is in line with changing consumer demands • Hear how utilities will manage widespread load on the grid arising from 120V charging and see how your solutions will fit in • Outline business plans and pricing structures for 120V charging to build solutions that will enable the EV market to gather momentum Chris Chen, Market Development Manager, San Diego Gas Electric The Battle Royale between Different Charge Options • Explore the advantages and disadvantages of different charging options such as Level 2 and DC Fast incl. the modeling and reporting involved to assess which suits your commercial plan • Discuss how different types of charge will impact battery life and what can be done to minimize harm and boost battery life • How to overcome obstacles such as grid overload whilst laying out and configuring a network of charging units Mariana Gerzanych, CEO, 350Green Fantastic Sponsorship Marketing Opportunities This is the perfect platform if you are... Launching a new product Book your prime exhibition space now and give your product the branding it deserves Creating industry awareness Show and demonstrate your offerings to interact first hand with the industry and get them buzzing! Reinforcing market position Reach new clients as you exhibit your solutions to the most influential executives in the EV space
  6. 6. Call a member of the EV Update team for a free consultation on 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 or e-mail us on USA@evupdate.com today to secure the best deals and maximum exposure Conference agenda Day 2: Friday april 1, 2011 Deliver Seamless Connectivity to Support Mass EV Deployment • Understand utility plans to connect meters with other fixed and moving components to satisfy energy demands and provide customers with hassle-free and convenient charging options • How to determine optimal Grid Pricing options based on energy availability and transfer rates to meet customer requirements • Explore multiple approaches to bundling different technologies with wireless capabilities to allow customers to conduct easy payments John Horn, National Director, T-Mobile Keeping the Consumer in the EV Equation The EV industry is dependent on the support and participation of one key stakeholder group – the end-user. Find out how to win and retain EV early adopters. • Address key user concerns such range anxiety, pricing, safety, privacy, familiarity with technology etc. to win them over • Differentiate the core needs of commercial fleets and passenger cars users to provide relevant and customized services for each category • Evaluate advanced pricing strategies such as time-of-use etc. to analyze behaviour change and attitude shifts to increase the penetration of EVs Michael Pesin, Chief Technology Adviser, Seattle City Light Telematics – a ‘Must Have’ for Connected EVs Telematics services for EVs will be a high potential market by 2016. Telematics may be deemed as a ‘luxury service’ for ICE (internal combustion engine) cars, but it’s indispensable for EVs. • Explore systems that provide charge level data, routing information, nearest charge source etc. to beat consumer ‘range anxiety’ and increase adoption • How to bundle location based services (LBS) such as traffic, weather etc. with EV led solutions such as ‘charge level’ to open up new revenue streams • Discuss how telematics services, apps and RVD (remote vehicle diagnostics) will help electric utilities better manage load, demand and distribution networks Steve Wollenberg, Vice President - Business Development, Automatiks Tim Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Telogis The Future of Electric Vehicles The Hydrogen Competition FCVs are in early stages of development, and several challenges must be overcome before these vehicles become main stream. Discover potential benefits of FCVs. • Discuss public and private partnerships in place to support infrastructural and deployment needs of fuel cell cars to assess the potential for uptake • Evaluate the latest technologies, innovations, hydrogen generation, distribution and storage solutions to plot progress on the zero emission car map • Compare the pros and cons of supporting Team Fuel Cell and understand if your specialized services will be a source of revenue for the hydrogen economy Sascha Simon, Head of Advance Product Planning, Mercedes Benz Innovative Battery Technologies Evaluate various types of battery tech in the market and assess how production will be to scaled-up to manage demand and supply. • Examine innovations that will trigger market progression - increased battery lifetime, reduced charging cycle, weight, increased security, etc. • Discuss how battery tech improvements within the areas of energy density and safety will impact commercial EV deployment • Expert views on battery-led after-market and associated services such as battery management, required maintenance, and recyclability for mass EV adoption John Gartner, Senior Analyst, PIKE Research Reserve your place today - email USA@EVupdate.com ARE YOU TO THE EV NETWORK YET? Join our brand new EV Update LinkedIn group today to start making those key connections, holding discussions with experts and contribute to industry growth JOIN NOW! Search for Electric Vehicle Update on www.linkedin.com Networking Party - You're Invited! On March 31st, take advantage of the best opportunity this year to enjoy a relaxed evening and connect with your industry. Lay the basis for long-term partnerships by making those vital new contacts as we’ve gathered the cream of EV expertise under one roof!
  7. 7. Pass Type Super Early Bird Save $400 expires December 3 2010 EARLY BIRD Save $200 expires January 28 2011 Last chance Save $100 expires February 25 2011 Standard Price gold Pass • 2 Day Conference Pass • Access to Networking Drinks Party • Access to Pre-Event Online Networking Centre • Post-Conference Webcast Access $1495 $1695 $1795 $1895 silver Pass • 2 Day Conference Pass • Access to Networking Drinks Party • Access to Pre-Event Online Networking Centre $1295 $1495 $1595 $1695 EV OEM/UTILITY PASS • Pass equivalent to a Gold Pass but restricted to EV Automakers and Electric Utilities only • All Registrations will be verified and is subject to our approval. Any that do not qualify will automatically be upgraded to a Silver pass. $1095 $1295 $1395 $1495 Dates Venue March 31-April 1, 2011 Hilton San Diego Resort Spa, CA, USA Hotel Discounts We have negotiated special hotel room rates for our delegates. Reservation and price details will be sent to you when you register. Why come alone to California? Bring your team along and make the most of the informative conference, networking and group discounts! Make the most of our significant group discounts and sign up for: 2 passes - €$50 discount per pass! 3 passes - €$100 discount per pass! 4 passes - €$150 discount per pass! TERMSCONDITIONS Ifyouhavetocancel:Placesaretransferablewithoutanycharge.CancellationsbeforeJanuary28th2011incuran administrativechargeof25%.IfyoucancelyourregistrationafterJanuary28th2011wewillbeobligedtochargethefullfee.Pleasenote: youmustnotifyElectricVehicleUpdateinwritingofacancellation,orwewillbeobligedtochargethefullfee.Theorganizersreservetheright tomakechangestotheprogrammewithoutnotice.MethodofPayment:Inordertoguaranteethatyourcheck-inprocessisfast,efficient and all lines are avoided please make sure your payment is received by FC Business Intelligence Limited in a timely manner. If your payment has not been received before the event a credit card payment will be required at the time of check in. Discounts: Only one discount at a time can be applied. Individuals cannot avail of 2 discount schemes simultaneously as per management guidelines. Super Early Bird and Early Bird Price are discount offers. For example, if you are using a discount code, the discount will be deducted from the standard price of the conference pass i.e. Gold Pass price $1895, Silver Pass price $1695, EV OEM/Utility Pass $1495. REGISTER NOW IN 3 EASY STEPS I enclose a check/draft for: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Limited) Please invoice my company: Purchase Order Number: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Credit card number: Expiry date: Security number: Name on card: Signature: Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: Last name: Company: Position/Title: Telephone: Fax: Email: Address: Postcode: Country: 2. Enter Attendee details 3. Payment Options Discount Code: This is your unique discount code, use it online and you will get an extra $50 off 1. Select Your Registration Package All Passes Include: Full Access to All Sessions Networking Coffee and Lunch Breaks Networking Drinks Party AccesstoOnlineNetworkingCenterfor6weeks Post-Conference Presentation Slides MORE WAYS TO REGISTER CALL CALL 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 FAX: +44 (0) 207 375 7576 EMAIL: usa@evupdate.com ONLINE: www.EVUpdate.com/USA GROUP DISCOUNTS - More Heads are Better Than One Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure USA 2011 March 31-April 1, 2011 Hilton San Diego Resort Spa, CA, USA Organized by FAX THIS FORM BACK TO +44 (0) 207 375 7576
  8. 8. WHAT SETS PEV INFRASTRUCTURE 2011 APART? 1 2 3 4 INFORMATIVE CASE STUDIES from leading electric utilities, automakers and infrastructure developers to share best practice via pilot study results on what works and what doesn’t HAND-PICKED SET OF EXPERT SPEAKERS, (not a blanket call for papers), focused sessions, latest technologies and next gen trends showcased at this event to make it the best investment of your time PRE POST EVENT NETWORkING SITE to give you the exclusive opportunity to organise one-to-one meetings with hard to meet executives and follow up after Revolutionary Working Group Discussions where you work on real life case studies with potential clients, partners and peers to find optimal solutions to common infrastructural challenges Call: Electric Vehicle Update on 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 Email: The Registration Team on usa@evupdate.com Online: Go to www.EVUpdate.com/electricalvehiclesusa and submit your details for instant confirmation 3 Easy Ways to Register Today! Visit the website today for the latest updates on speakers and the full conference program! www.evupdate.com/USA For the full program Top-notch speaker line up Interactive sessions Exclusive discount registration form OPEN NOW! “ I discovered a number of technologies and vendors at this event that could be useful for my existing and future projects ”Ford Motor Company “ The conference was well organized and all the speakers were well prepared as leaders in their field of work. Never a dull moment. It was very educational and well, ... fun! ”Palladium Energy “ A well organized networking event with a good mix of utility and vendor participation ”Sempra Utilities “ This show was a great kick start and learning opportunity ”Volvo Cars Industry Buzz about Our Events SAVE $200when you register by 28th January 2011. Unique discount code inside. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure USA 2011 Prepare to Take EVs Mass Market: Commercial Recharging and Deployment Strategy to Speed-Up Consumer Adoption Follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/EVUpdte The Only B2B Event Dedicated to the PHEV and EV Industry March 31-April 1 2011, Hilton San Diego Resort Spa, CA, USA Organized by In Conjunction with Event PARTNERS: TM Event PARTNERS: TM

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