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The Outlook for the Electric Vehicle Market and Charging Infrastructure

Frost & Sullivan’s Automotive & Transportation team to kick-off Electrical Vehicles Virtual Summit 2012 hosted by The Smart Grid Observer.
By Frost & Sullivan
Published: Monday, Sep. 10, 2012 – 7:29 am

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 10, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ —

WHEN: 10:30-11:00 a.m. EDT on Thursday, September 13, 2012
LOCATION: Online, with purchase of registration on Smart Grid Observer website.
SPEAKERS: Team Leader Anjan Hemanth Kumar and Research Associate Prajyot Sathe for Frost & Sullivan’s Automotive & Transportation Practice

The Electric Vehicles Virtual Summit on Thursday, September 13, 2012 is a one-day, 100 percent online conference that delves into the challenges and issues surrounding the successful implementation of intelligent charging infrastructure for the emerging electric vehicle (EV) market. The emphasis is on the latest advances in EV battery capabilities, consumer uptake and behavior, and correctly designing intelligent support and charging infrastructure for the EV ecosystem.

Frost & Sullivan analysts will open the conference with their Outlook for the Electric Vehicle Market and Charging Infrastructure presentation, which will outline the current status and future outlook of the EV market and the factors shaping its outlook. Additionally, the presentation will examine the outlook of the charging infrastructure, critical to the adoption of electric vehicles and the IT and telematics solutions required to support electric vehicles. The presentation will also examine the electric vehicle ecosystem and the different business models for providing battery charging and other supporting services for these vehicles. There will be a live question and answer session with the presenters.

Supporting Quotes “With the increase in number of electric vehicles, the need to install EV charging stations has become necessary, as their availability is the most crucial factor to drive one of these vehicles,” said Research Associate Prajyot Sathe. “Moreover, the type of charging station and its location must be strategically selected, as these are vital to have a viable business case.”

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