Is the Future “Plugged-In”?

The plug-in vehicle movement is in high gear. This week in Long Beach, CA the Plug-In 2009 Convention is attracting attention.

Workshops include:
Making Your Community Plug-In Ready – The Automaker Perspective; Community and City Infrastructure Planning; Electrical Codes and Regulations for EV Charging Equipment; Design of Charging Infrastructure for Fleet and Public Installations; Fast Charging Technology; Cost Estimation for Residential, Commercial and Public Charging Installations; Installation of Residential Charging Equipment; EV and PHEV Consumer Behavior and Charging Habits; Battery Manufacturing and Cost; just to name a few. By looking at these titles, it sure seems we are getting serious about Plug-In Electric Vehicles and Plug-In Hybrids.

Plug-In 2009
Plug-In 2009

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Mike has roots in the automotive service industry. He began diagnosing and fixing cars at a young age in his family’s service station. He has worked in automotive parts supply stores, towing companies, and service facilities. After graduating from St. Cloud State University (MN) with a Bachelor’s degree, he implemented and taught a basic car care program at the high school level. During work on his Master’s degree at Illinois State University (IL), he was a curriculum specialist on a National Science Foundation project where he co-authored ten integrated mathematics, science, and technology books designed for team teaching. Mike has also supervised teachers in Career and Technology Education as a school system administrator.

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