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SF BayLEAFs May Meeting: e-NV200 Ride & Drives and Showcase

Please join us for a Wednesday evening meeting at the Nissan Research Center – Silicon Valley on May 28. Nissan has graciously agreed to host us, and will showcase an e-NV200 prototype at their facility. Pizza and drinks will be provided.

Guest speakers will be Owen Thunes and Vikram Krishnamurthy from Nissan, and Vipul Gore from Gridscape Solutions.

Please note that an Eventbrite ticket will be required to attend the event. Please RSVP via Eventbrite, link to tickets can be found below. If you wanted to partake in e-NV200 ride & drives, those will take place prior to the meting, and require an Eventbrite ticket reservation.

If you had any questions or requests, please send an email to events@sfbayleafs.org in advance of the meeting.

Timeline:

4:00-5:30 PM: e-NV200 Ride & Drives
5:30-6:00 PM: Registration and networking
6:00-7:30 PM: Monthly meeting at NRC-SV
7:30-8:30 PM Q&A and social hour

Location:
NRC-SV
1215 Bordeaux Dr
Sunnyvale, CA 94089

On-site L2 and L3 charging available. Please bring ChargePoint card.

Speaker Bios:

Vikram Krishnamurthy manages Big Data and Connected Services within the Nissan Vehicle Infomation Technology Divison. He is no stranger to the EV community, and has supported several SF BayLEAFs events in the past.

Vipul Gore is the CEO and President of Gridscape Solutions. He is experienced in smart energy software, engineering design, product and support services, and has served on the judging panel at the Zero Emission Hackathon event the BayLEAFs have organized on behalf of Nissan and other sponsors last month.

Owen Thunes is a Manager of Zero Emission Research and Technology Planning at the Nissan Technical Center North America in Sacramento. He has recently participated in the Zero Emission Hackathon hosted at the Nissan Research Center, and is intimately familiar with both the LEAF and the e-NV200.
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