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SPRING 2014 MEMBERS MEETING MAY 5-8, 2014  DENVER, COLORADO PAP22 PEV Refueling Submetering Requirements Spring 2014 Members Meeting 05/06/2014.

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1 SPRING 2014 MEMBERS MEETING MAY 5-8, 2014  DENVER, COLORADO PAP22 PEV Refueling Submetering Requirements Spring 2014 Members Meeting 05/06/2014

2 SGIP 2.0 Antitrust and IPR Policies Note: Chairs or Convenors of all SGIP Meetings (Board, Committees, DEWGs, PAPs, including subgroups) should display this slide set before the beginning of each meeting. These slides are also located on the SGIP web page (www.sgip.org)www.sgip.org May 2, 2014

3 1. All SGIP activities promote, rather than restrict, competition to the benefit of consumers and the marketplace. 2. SGIP requires that its members, employees and other SGIP participants follow antitrust laws of the US and all applicable jurisdictions. 3. Certain topics are never discussed as outlined on Slide If you become aware of a violation of this Policy, you should bring it to the attention of the meeting chair. The chair (or you) should inform the SGIP Executive Director of any possible violations.

4 No participant may at any time when engaged in SGIP activities discuss, or agree upon:  Current or future prices, or any strategies relating to pricing  Any price related information (e.g., price changes, price quotations, bids, pricing policies, price levels, price deferential, markups, discounts, allowances, delivery charges, credit or warranty policies, or other conditions of sale)  Output, capacity, inventory levels, or costs (including production, inventory, distribution, or wage, salary, or benefits cost)  Any market share of the Participant, or that of others  Levels of investment or development, or changes to such levels  Current or future marketing strategies  The capacity of the Participant (or any other organization) to produce or to sell any product or service  Whether the Participant (or any other organization) has submitted a bid, or will or will not bid, in any given situation  Whether the Participant (or any other organization) will or will not sell any product or service  Whether the Participant (or any other organization) will or will not deal with any third party  NOTE: During the meeting, the chair may read the bolder text only. But Participants should note that each of the activities listed on this slide are forbidden. For full text of the SGIP Antitrust Policy, please go to the SGIP web page (www.sgip.org)www.sgip.org

5 1. If SGIP receives notice that a proposal or an approved SGIP Work Product may require use of an essential patent claim, requests from the patent holder assurances that a license to the essential patent claim will be available either a.On non-discriminatory basis and under reasonable terms and conditions, or b. Without compensation, and otherwise under reasonable and non- discriminatory terms and conditions. 2. If the patent holder does not agree to these terms, this decision is seriously considered by SGIP in any related activity or vote. 3. A patent holder may make a declaration of its essential patent claim by following the process found at: board board SGIP posts on-line a record of the declarations of patent holders at: board board NOTE: SGIP 2.0 provides IPR information, furnished by authoring standards bodies, on the standards in its Catalog of Standards at:

6  Copyright: each Submitter grants to SGIP a license under the Submitter’s copyright in its Submission for SGIP’s development work and for implementation of SGIP Work Products.  When making a Submission, the Submitter represents that its owns the Submission and that it has not failed to disclose the copyright interest of any third party.  Trade Secrets: SGIP does not expect disclosure of trade secrets. But SGIP will not be held responsible for disclosure of trade secrets.

7  This slide set provides only a short summary of the Antitrust and IPR Policies adopted by SGIP. The slides do not set out the full texts of your obligations as a SGIP Member or as an invited Expert or other non-Member participant.  The SGIP website (www.sgip.org) contains all policies and procedures including these specific policies:www.sgip.org ◦ Antitrust Policy brev=sgip-board brev=sgip-board ◦ Intellectual Property Rights Policy brev=sgip-board brev=sgip-board ◦ SGIP Participation of Non-Member Policy brev=sgip-board brev=sgip-board  Questions on these policies may be submitted to

8 ˸ Introductions/Attendance Agenda Review G. Bellino ˸ Update NEMA EVSE Embedded Metering And Communications Guide ˸ K. Brown ˸ Update USNWG HB44 Device Code Requirements for Electric Vehicle ˸ Fueling and SubmeteringJ. Williams ˸ Update ANSI C12 Submetering SubcommitteeA. Yan Update CPUC Submetering Pilot ProceedingsA. Langton ˸ Executive Summary: Technical Review and RecommendationsA. Snyder These meetings, and all SGIP activities, are governed by SGIP’s By-laws and policies, including SGIP Intellectual Property Rights Policy and Antitrust Policy. 3:45pm 3:50pm 3:55pm 4:15pm 4:35pm 4:50pm 5:00pm


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