Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Electric Vehicles in Canberra

Sali Torgoman from Better Place will talk about their electric car charging technology in "Why do Electric Vehicles make so much sense?" at Engineers Australia in Canberra, 24 June 2010. I do not share Sali's view, having test driven the Mitsubishi i MiEV electric car and looked at the cost, I decided a petrol Suzuki Alto was cheaper and better for the environment.

Short Description
Venue 11 National Crct, Barton, ACT
Date Thursday, 24 June - 5.30 for 6pm
Event Contact Colleen Mays
Contact Email cmays@engineersaustralia.org.au
Hosted By SSEE

Sali Torgoman's B E. ELEC(Hons), MIL&B.
as well as development of engineering requirements for the Australian market. Prior to joining Better Place, Sali was a Power Engineer in distribution construction at Energy Australia. She was the former v/chair for Australian Institute of Energy Sydney YEP division as well as the former treasurer of the South Sydney Youth Services until 2009. She is founder and director of Sydney French Theatre and is reading for a Juris Doctors in Laws focusing on energy policy.

Abstract: This presentation focuses on the need to deliver a network and services that will make an electric car affordable to buy, easy to use, and amazing to own. It will also share the ripple effect of building a new industry in our economy and the role Electric Vehicles play in shaping the future of our nation using the example of its capital city: Canberra.
Short Description Why do Electric Vehicles make so much sense? How can a start-up accelerate the global transition to sustainable transportation.
Venue Engineers Australia 11 National Crct, Barton, ACT
Date Thursday, 24 June - 5.30 for 6pm
Event Contact Colleen Mays
Contact Email cmays@engineersaustralia.org.au
Hosted By SSEE

Sali Torgoman's B E. ELEC(Hons), MIL&B.

Sali Torgoman's responsibilities at Better Place include the deployment of Charge Spot infrastructure, as well as development of engineering requirements for the Australian market. Prior to joining Better Place, Sali was a Power Engineer in distribution construction at Energy Australia. She was the former v/chair for Australian Institute of Energy Sydney YEP division as well as the former treasurer of the South Sydney Youth Services until 2009. She is founder and director of Sydney French Theatre and is reading for a Juris Doctors in Laws focusing on energy policy.

Abstract: This presentation focuses on the need to deliver a network and services that will make an electric car affordable to buy, easy to use, and amazing to own. It will also share the ripple effect of building a new industry in our economy and the role Electric Vehicles play in shaping the future of our nation using the example of its capital city: Canberra.

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