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4 Areas of Focus for Session Infrastructure-The Chicken and Egg issue Vehicles-Planning for When and Where V2G and Opportunistic Charging DC Rapid Charging Green Energy and the Last-Mile The Utility interface Station as IT/Telematics and Energy Hub Hive-Mind Virtual Grid and Comm's options

5 The EVSTAT Station



8 Off-Peak Energy Sequestering Download Grid Power at Night Deliver Off-Grid during the Daytime Integrate Transportable Energy Containers

9 Rail-Borne Storage assets

10 Metro Area Integration Combined with other retail operations Stored energy delivered to entire building C2G Vehicle and/or car stacker also part of charging system

11 Estorage Dispatch Protocols Standard Container sizes Modified to store/transport Green- Generated energy Injected into or connected to buildings and other facilities

12 Solar's Going Local The ever-increasing use of solar roof leases in the metro area to generate renewable energy from solar, combined with mobile storage creates the potential for an ExtraGrid which is less reliant on utility-delivered energy for applications such as vehicle charging and UPS back-up. Locally- produced energy from wind, solar and waste-to- energy then has a secondary or tertiary market to sell to, rather then relying on the utility as its primary customer for purchasing energy

13 Large Building Integration Scale-Up of EVSTAT design Leverage Energy Containers in Stacker System Local Wind, Solar and Hydro Power participation



16 Wind and Solar Energy Storage Store when the grid is not buying Store oversupply Store to sell at higher tariff Store to move-to- market

17 Move-to-Market Green Energy Fuels traditionally moved via road, rail, ship and barge Existing infrastructure and logistics Green-Reach into the broader economy Energy Security for Regions, States, Countries, etc.

18 Vehicle-to-Home-Bringing it home? Average EV stores 30 KwH of energy Average home uses 20KwH per day of energy use Average EV can be Rapid-Charged to 80% full in 10-20 minutes

19 So why not Rapid-Charge the EV Neighborhood EVSTAT Station delivers green- produced energy Driver tops-off using 20-Minute Rapid Charge while shopping or relaxing

20 ...And Plug into the Home Vehicle can deliver power to home on a single charge for up to 3 days...then Owner can make a short journey to the local EVSTAT or its equivalent and re- charge the vehicle as well as the home

21 eVehicles become micro-Utilities V2 Anywhere Allows small green energy producers to sell to their local markets A hive of EV's can carry substantial power sources to any given point

22 Retail Properties leverage EVSTAT's

23 The Winds of Change Gigawatt-Scale Wind Power Generation Ship-to-Shore and Landing Site Storage and Delivery Standard Shipping Containers are converted to Energy Storage and Transport Usage

24 Vehicle Rapid-Charging

25 Pop-Up Charging Stations


27 The 20 Minute Retail Experience Comfort and Conveniences, Food and Beverages Essential Business Services Lounge and Internet Access Areas Other convenience- driven products and Services

28 EVSTAT Rapid-Charging Evoasis is in the business of developing Rapid-Charge facilities for a wide range of emerging EV and Plug-In Hybrid-Electric (PHEV) vehicles which are slated to begin entering the US, UK and EU markets in early 2010. As Rapid-Charging requires higher voltages and amperages than would be practical or safe to perform in an unsupervised setting, EVSTAT stations have followed the historic precedent of gasoline stations in their design, implementation, operation and risk management. Inherent to our station designs are underground or adjacent energy storage containers which are made up of a high number of inter-connected Lithium-Ion batteries, similar and in some cases identical to those found in electric vehicles. These containers are modified shipping containers, which are common throughout the transport and logistics industry and commonly used to transport goods via road, rail, ship or barge. Evoasis operates a division within our company group (UtiliGen), that is tasked with placing these containers on the sites of green energy production facilities (Wind Farms, Solar Farms, Hydroelectric generating stations, etc.), to take in oversupply/excess energy that is not being sold directly to the grid and deliver this energy by road, rail or vessel to metro areas and buildings, facilities and in some cases, the utilities themselves. In this way we are able to take full advantage of 100% Green-generated power and use this power strategically and as an energy resource to mitigate the dependence on peak-demand energy usage, while also providing load- balancing benefits to the traditional utility grid. Renewable resources and other building schemes in which EVSTAT stations are forecourt- integrated can also benefit by utilizing these resources via plug-in connections to the building or nearby sites.

29 Final Points Design your program beyond just vehicles Plan carbon neutral solutions vs carbon shifting Leverage all elements in a sustainable circle of attributes Engage and promote localized strategies

30 Evoasis Thanks the IEEE and PTT for your invitation to participate A Happy Halloween to everyone!

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