EDTA Conference and Exposition

The Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) is sponsoring the premiere event for presenting all research, development and discussion of all electric drive vehicles. All kinds of vehicles will be represented, including battery powered, plug-in, hybrid, and fuel cell at the Electric Transportation Conference and Exposition.

The EDTA conference is scheduled for December 2 – 4, 2008 in Washington, D.C. at the Convention Center.

Industry exhibitors will be showcasing the latest developments in sustainable transportation, as the speakers and conference attendees look at the dangerous impact of petroleum dependency on transportation, the economy and the environment.

This meeting will facilitate discussion and seek to implement strategies that will ensure a secure and sustainable transportation sector in the long term.

Speakers at the conference come from the academic, the industrial, political, and energy branches of the electric transportation world. Some of those who will make presentations at the conference include Dr. J. Ronald Bailey, Guerry Professor of Engineering at UT Chattanooga, Mark Aubry, National Sales for Smith Electric Vehicles, and J.J. Brown, from the office of Senator Orrin Hatch.

This conference is unique in that it brings together professionals concerned with all aspects of transportation, including researchers, educators, designers, policy makers and end users. By providing a forum for all stakeholders in the electric transportation community, this conference will help shape the future of efficient, secure and clean electric drive transportation.

More – Registration, Speakers, Expo

Ride and Drive!

A highlight of all EDTA Conferences, the Ride & Drive will be held in the heart of the nation’s capital. Don’t miss your opportunity to drive the latest battery, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, and meet the manufacturers and others who are making electric drive a mainstream transportation option.

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