Did you know that there are at least 20 models of “green” cars available in the auto market today? Do you know the difference between electric vehicles and fuel cell cars? What about the range of renewable fuels that power these choices, including those with controversy?
Technology drives the development of more environmentally friendly motor vehicles and has given consumers an array of choices, ranging from modest styles and engine performance to high-end models that combine driving pleasure with carbon foot print reduction. These “greener”cars offer less harmful environmental impacts and noise reduction, and are genuine alternatives to conventional internal combustion vehicles.
This program will feature the Car Charging Group, a Miami Beach based provider of electric charging stations, and BuyBook Technology software to show how consumers see and value “green”cars. Participants will also have the opportunity to look inside the high-performance electric sports car that will be showcased on site, presented by our Tesla Motors panelists. This unique panel of speakers, representative of production, fuel supply, and data collection, will offer perspectives about the virtues and challenges involved with technology innovation in their auto sectors. Learn how they address unexpected swift changes, such as lower fuel prices, and what federal regulatory requirements may mean for the green car market segment.
Will the ride be smooth? Take a look at the Tesla that will be showcased on site, and with what you learn, you decide.
Andy Kinard, President of Car Charging Group, Inc.
Andy Kinard has extensive experience with electric vehicles, renewable energy, and public utilities. He worked for Florida Power & Light (FPL) for 15 years, where he performed energy analysis for large commercial accounts, became immersed in numerous automobile and environment related initiatives, and ultimately became a Certified Energy Manager. Read more.
Harold J. Logan, CEO of BuyBook Technologies
Hal Logan headed BuyBook Technologies (BuyBook) during its development of software to create transparency in the resale market for cars, and also help car owners obtain a real time valuation of their vehicles. Read more.
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