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Electric Transportation Industry Conference and Exposition Will Be the Largest Showcase of Electric Drive Technologies

Submitted by: Electric Vehicle Association of America

Categories: Environment

Posted: Dec 04, 2001 – 11:00 PM EST


Dec. 04 /CSRwire/ - Today, the Electric Vehicle Association of the Americas (EVAA) announced that it will have the largest display of electric technologies to be exhibited in the United States this year as part of its upcoming event, the "Electric Transportation Industry Conference: Battery, Hybrid, and Fuel Cell Technologies," which will be held Dec. 11-14, 2001, in Sacramento, Calif.

"In July, we increased the exhibition hall in the Sacramento Convention Center to 20,000 square feet in order accommodate the significant demand for space from EV industry suppliers. We now have completely filled the larger hall with an impressive array of technologies and products of international auto manufacturers, component, sub-system providers and technology developers," said EVAA Executive Director Kateri Callahan.

The exhibition floor will feature new commercial products, demonstration prototype products and concept vehicles.

"The ETI Conference exhibition reflects the expansion and continuing growth of the electric transportation technology industry. There is no other fuel cell, hybrid and battery electric vehicle conference that is as encompassing, exciting and educational as the ETI Conference," stated Mike McCabe, EVAA Conference committee chairman and Ford TH!NK Manager.

The Electric Transportation Industry Exposition will showcase 62 exhibitors: AC Propulsion Inc - American Honda Motor Company - Advanced Vehicle Systems - Ballard Power Systems - CA DGS-Fleet Administration - California Air Resources Board - California Energy Commission - California Fuel Cell Partnership - CALSTART - Capstone Turbine Corporation - Curtis Instruments - DaimlerChrysler - Department of Energy - Dynasty Motor Cars - Electric Vehicle Infrastructure - eMotion Mobility - Enova Systems - EPRI - EV Global Motors - Ford Motor Company - Georgia Power - General Motors - Graziano Trasmissioni - Immetco - Louroe Electronics - Maxwell Technologies - Methanol Institute - Michigan Economic Development Corporation - Millenium Cell - Nissan - Ovonic Battery Company - Porvair Fuel Cell Technology - Sacramento Municipal Utility District - Saminco - Taylor-Dunn - ChevronTexaco - Toyota Motor Company - University of California-Davis/ITS - VEAM - Voltage Vehicles - Hypercar - Advanced Electric Systems - Proton Energy Systems - Columbia ParCar - Global Electric MotorCars - Solectria - U.S. Army NAC - XCELLSIS - Avestor - Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce - Commuter Cars - Ecostar Electric Powertrain & Power Conversion Systems - Lido Motors - Powerzink Electric.

Media Note: For more information on the many events taking place at the Electric Transportation Industry Conference, to apply for media credentials and to register for the events, visit www.evaa.org/evaa/ETI2001_jsfixed/index.htm.

EVAA is the industry association working to advance electric vehicles and supporting infrastructure through policy, information and market development initiatives in the United States, and to serve as the Americas' representative to the World Electric Vehicle Association. EVAA members include auto companies and other vehicle manufacturers, electric utilities, EV component suppliers, research institutions and government agencies. The Association serves as the industry's source of information about electric vehicles.

For more information, please contact:

Rhondalee A. Dean-Royce Electric Vehicle Association of the Americas
Phone: (202) 508-5076


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