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EV's at Novotel today...

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8:30 am

Registration and Coffee - Electric vehicles on display at the hotel front

9:00 am

Welcome and overview of the day

9:05 am

Official Opening by Parliamentary Secretary for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and Trade – The Honorable Michael Choi MP

9:20 am

The EV industry: Setting the scene

Dr Andrew Simpson, Research Fellow, Curtin University, Sustainable Policy Institute

9:50 am

Renault’s electric vehicles

Rudi Koenig, CEO Renault Australia

10:20 am

Mitsubishi i-MiEV: technical highlights

Ashley Sanders, Manager, Certification and Regulation Compliance Dept, Product Engineering Division, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd

10:50 am

Coffee Break – Proudly sponsored by Brisbane City Council

11:10 am

Blade’s Electron EV and wireless charging

Ross Blade, Director, Blade Electric Vehicle Pty Ltd

11:40 am

“An EV in the Darwin to Adelaide race”

Michael Gutteridge, Director, Deep Green Research

12:10 am

Tindo, the solar electric bus

Jack Mazek, Senior Sustainability Officer, Adelaide City Council

12:40 pm

Planning for electric vehicle in Australia

Dr Peter Pudney, Senior Research Fellow, University of South Australia

1:10 pm

Lunch Break – Proudly sponsored by Ergon Energy

1:50 pm

Victoria’s EV trials

Tom Garrish, Senior Policy Officer, Sustainable and Active Transport Policy Branch

Victoria Department of Transport

2:00 pm

Charge Point Australia: Fueling the electric transportation industry

Luke Grana, CEO, ChargePoint Australia

2:30 pm

EV’s: Network boon or bane?

Glenn Walden, General Manager, Ergon Energy

3:00 pm

Component technology and interaction with the grid

Dr David Finn, Managing Director, Tritium

3:30 pm

Coffee Break - Proudly sponsored by Nope Electric

3:50 pm

Australia’s first V2G PHEV: implications and next steps.

Conal Horgan, Research Consultant, University of Technology Sydney, Institute for Sustainable Futures

4:20 pm

EV policies around the world - Ken Hickson, the ABC of Carbon

4:40 pm

Panel discussion on Policies

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