REVENGE OF THE ELECTRIC CAR Movie Screening, Panel Discussion & Reception — Monday, May 6,2013 – held at the University of Texas at Arlington’s NEDDERMAN HALL AUDITORIUM, panelists included Dr. Ross Baldick (EV-TEC Center Director), Jason Buckland (EVGO), Steve Hanson (Frito Lay/Pepsi Co.), Lanny Shivers (Earth Day Dallas), Tom Anthony (Oncor), Lori Clark (NCTCOG) and was moderated by Dr. Mladen Kezunovic (EV-TEC Center Deputy Director). THANK YOU to UTA’s Office of Sustainability and to event Sponsors EVGO, Frito Lay/Pepsi Co. and Oncor.
More event pictures found at https://plus.google.com/photos/118399821422634386746/albums/5876612919841489729?authkey=CLzU84bowNKgiwE
Contact Annette Perrone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-232-4252 for questions.
December 11. The Center hosted a showing of the movie “Revenge of the Electric Car,” together with a panel session discussing the future of electric vehicles. The panelists were from GM, Nissan, and Toyota, together with UT researchers, including National Medal of Science recipient Professor John Goodenough.
Highlights of the panel include different perspectives from the car manufacturers and academics on: the viability of the electric vehicle business, both domestically and internationally; the role of the “garage inventer” and entrepreneur; range anxiety and all-electric versus PHEV; batteries and battery safety, together with questions and comments from the audience.
The Electric Vehicle Transportation and Electricity Convergence (EV-TEC) Center represents a joint effort by Texas A&M University, The University of Texas at Austin, and the National Science Foundation with numerous corporate and governmental agencies.