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GM: Putting 1M Plug-ins on the Road Will Require a Plug-In Ecosystem

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Those wishing to participate will be able to tie into the multi-site webchat from Green Car Congress tomorrow, as well as directly on GM’s FastLane Blog , the EV World site, or the GM-Volt site. Source: EPRI. Source: EPRI. EPRI sees the charging infrastructure as a pyramid.

The Business of Plugging In: Building the Full Ecosystem for a Successful Plug-in Vehicle Industry in the US

Green Car Congress

Topics covered the expected gamut of policy (especially carbon policy), infrastructure, batteries and consumers. The charging infrastructure area will be a difficult one for businesses, noted Mark Duvall, Director Electric Transportation, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), in his session. GM hosted Green Car Congress at the Business of Plugging In Conference.].

How Carmakers Are Responding to the Plug-In Hybrid Opportunity

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Small long-term evaluation program, including modeling of vehicle-to-grid building benefits and economics, begun with Southern California Edison, joined by EPRI, other utilities, US DOE. Cischke, Ford senior vice president for sustainability, environment and safety engineering. "By