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Electric Drive Symposium

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Electric Drive Symposium

Tuesday, February 10, 2015 : 12:00pm
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 : 05:30pm
Washington Court Hotel & Charlie Palmer Steak : Washington, D.C.

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In addition to the  Congressional briefing provided by the 2015 Electric Drive Congress, which is free and open to all, EDTA is also holding an Electric Drive Symposium for paid registrants at the Washington Court Hotel. Highlights include a keynote luncheon sponsored by Volkswagen Group of America, federal and state policy forums, and a networking reception.

The Symposium is for paid registrants. For more information, contact Michael Wilbur at MWilbur@electricdrive.org

Featured speakers for the symposium include:

**Arun Banskota - NRG Energy Electric Vehicle Services

**Melissa A. Lavinson - PG&E Corporation

**Robert R. Wimmer - Toyota Motor North America

**Greg Dierkers - National Governors Association

**Ashley Horvat - State of Oregon

**Karen Glitman - Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC)

**Linda Bluestein - Clean Cities, U.S. Department of Energy (Invited)





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