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New EV Charging Infrastructure Expo Unites Industry Leaders

By Jul 15, 2012
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The electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) industry is growing. By 2017, it is estimated that $4.3 billion will be spent on EV charging equipment. With the number of electric charging stations continuing to grow and tremendous investments in new technology, the charging infrastructure industry is poised for aggressive development. These advancements bring significant opportunity for everyone involved.

The first-ever Charging Infrastructure Expo, to be held Nov. 13–15, 2012, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Mich., alongside The Battery Show, provides a forum for industry leaders and stakeholders to engage in intelligent discourse for the charging infrastructure industry. The free expo will feature an exhibition and conference sessions.

Charging Infrastructure Expo will showcase many of the latest technologies through product demonstrations and displays that provide first-hand experience.

The expo will bring together industry natives, municipalities, fleet operators, developers, retail chains, apartment blocks, hotels, government officials and other stakeholders to discuss the current status and the potential outlook of the charging infrastructure industry.

For more, visit www.thebatteryshow.com or www.chargingexpo.com.

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