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CalCars/Tesla/Nanoexa @Stanford Sept 26
Sep 1, 2006 (From the CalCars-News archive)
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Another chance for those of you who wanted to go to the September 20 E2/NRDC event. The scheduling of the program at the Sacramento Air Resources Board hearing will determine if I or someone else will be presenting.

GreenMountain Engineering presents A speaker series in cleantech entrepreneurship

Clean Technology Innovation: Green My Ride

It has been nearly impossible to miss the emerging emphasis on "greener" transportation recently. Higher prices at the gas pump and a proliferation of hybrids have finally put the spotlight on alternative technologies. However, the automotive industry has a long-standing reputation for being averse to change. Can Silicon Valley upstarts really expect to take on Detroit? Which emerging technologies have the most potential to impact the transportation industry and where are the biggest opportunities for entrepreneurs? Panelists will explore these and other questions at GreenMountain's second Clean Technology Innovation event of 2006.

Panelists will include: High-Performance Electric Vehicles: Tesla Motors JB Straubel, CTO

Advanced Batteries: Nanoexa Michael Pak, Co-Founder and CEO

Plug-In Hybrids: CalCars Felix Kramer, Founder and John Davi, Director of Communications

Moderated by Jon Guice, PhD, GreenMountain Engineering

Tuesday September 26, 2006
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Stanford University, Wallenberg Hall, Wallenberg Learning Theater
$15 with advance registration, $25 at the door (space not guaranteed)
Refreshments and opportunities to network will be provided.
Open to the general public. Seating is limited. We recommend
registering as soon as possible.

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