Presented by James E. Gover, Professor Emeritus - Kettering University
Monday, July 25, 2016 | 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
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This webinar addresses the various policies of companies, governments (federal, state and city), universities and professional societies that can be deployed to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles in the USA.
About the Speaker:
James Gover, IEEE Life Fellow, during his 35-year career at Sandia National Laboratories spent ten years conducting policy research on industrial competitiveness. His assignments included serving as (1) an IEEE-USA Congressional Fellow in the Offices of Senator Domenici and the House Science Committee and (2) an IEEE-USA Competitiveness Fellow in the Offices of Senator Roth, the DOC Technology Administration, and the DOE Office of Technology Transfer. IEEE-USA awarded him its Citation of Honor for his policy work. He worked at Kettering University for 13 years as Head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and as Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research and teaching specialties at Kettering University were hybrid electric vehicles and associated technologies. He has developed numerous tutorial presentations on electric vehicle technology for the IEEE Transportation Electrification Initiative and the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society.
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