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Electric Vehicle Charging Systems


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Urban transportation habits are changing and the electric vehicle (EV) is emerging as a top choice for city-dwellers who drive less than 100 miles per day. This seminar will discuss the solutions for today’s changing transportation landscape.

Date and Time

11 March 2013 - 18:30-20:00


Warrington, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Merseyside and West Cheshire local network.

About this event


David Lewis, Schneider Electric

Electric vehicles are more economical and environmentally friendly than traditional cars using fossil fuels, making them an ideal real-world response to the challenge of reducing the environmental impacts of transportation. With no particle emissions and extremely quiet operation, electric vehicles offer a promising alternative for tomorrow’s transportation sector which will significantly reduce our total energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

However, a number of key success factors will condition the future of the electric vehicle and the recharging infrastructure is at the top of the list. Users must have optimal access to energy anytime and anywhere.


Start 7:00pm 

Buffet at 6:30pm

Additional information


Mersey and Western Cheshire (Power Group),
Bob Green

Registration information

Registration recommended.

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