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USA: Media Alert: DOE Invests $4 Million in Wireless EV Charging

EVATRAN LEADERSHIP TEAM AVAILABLE FOR COMMENT ON DOE’S $4 MILLION

INVESTMENT IN WIRELESS EV CHARGING

WHO: Evatran

WHAT: Green transportation pioneer Evatran is making its senior leadership

team available to the media for exclusive comments and insight on the

major announcement from the U.S. Department of Energy’s on April 7

regarding $4 million in grants to develop wireless electric vehicle (EV)

charging systems.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 11 – Friday, April 13

WHERE: In-person, e-mail, and phone interviews from Research Triangle

Park, NC headquarters

MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES:

* Interview with Evatran COO and Co-Founder Rebecca Hough
* Interview with Evatran CFO Tim Briggs
* Interviews with members of Evatran’s technical team

* Footage/photos of Evatran’s Plugless Power EV charging station
* On-site videography of Evatran’s NC headquarters, including functional

R&D facility

Developed by privately funded Evatran, Plugless Power is the first

commercially available electric vehicle (EV) charging system on the market

to offer customers a simple way to charge their EVs with the ease of

hands-free technology. Utilizing inductive power transfer, Plugless Power

streamlines the charging of electric vehicles by eliminating the cord and

the plug.  Nationally renowned U.S. companies such as Hertz and Google

have signed-on to the Evatran Apollo Trial Program for incorporating the

Plugless Power system into their fleet operations. More information can be
 found at: www.pluglesspower.com

CONTACT:

David Menzies (for Evatran)

919-274-6862

david @ gmsinnovate.com
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