July 25 - 27, 2011, Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles, CA
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The cost of making and powering an Electric Vehicle can vary more than a traditional ICE vehicle. This variance can be attributed to the cost of the materials used in manufacturing the car, but also can depend on the time of day a consumer charges the vehicle. The uncertainty in how much the vehicle will cost is prohibitive to the mass adoption of EVs, and thus in order to capitalize on the potentially trillion dollar global market for electric vehicles the key players must demonstrable leadership by shedding light on the tough questions of cost.
This informative workshop will clarify expectations by discussing the true cost of having an electric car on the consumer, the OEM, the utility and the government.
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Founder / CEO
SABA Motors Inc.
Governments and the automotive industry view electric vehicles as the future. Electric Vehicles meet higher fuel efficiency and lower emissions standards now mandated. However, in order to propel electric drive vehicles into mass consumer adoption there needs to be widespread initiatives to educate drivers. Specifically, all parties involved need to be aware of consumer requirements and perceptions of EV performance, recharging, and convenience. Attend this highly informative workshop to get answers to key questions about how and what to impart to customers looking to buy EVs in order to boost market prospects.
Plug In America
Plug In America
Electric-drive vehicles have an energy source within that are capable of producing electricity that can power other facets of our lives. The flow of electricity from cars to power lines is know as “vehicle to grid” power (V2G).
V2G strategy offers benefits of advanced battery technology. With some communication cars can provide power harnessed within which can contribute to stabilize
the electric grid. Larger emphasis, of this relatively unknown attribute in marketing campaigns present a compelling case to consumers that clearly identifies the
payback period of the EV. This in-depth workshop session will explore the unique opportunities and the economics of grid stabilization for utilities, smart metering
and software companies that exist as this idea gains traction.
Rajit Gadh, PhD
Professor & Director UCLA Smart Grid Energy
Research Center (SMERC)
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