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SBSVC

BronxNet Packages » 3pm - Dec 8, 2011
Rating: 2.9 (79 Votes)

The Center for Sustainable Energy hosted the 7th Annual Alternative Vehicles Conference with this year's keynote speaker - movie director Chris Paine. Multiple speeches and expert presentations taking us inside the automobile industry, and specifically the efforts to build both hybrid and 100% electric vehicles. This all day event also featured presentations by electric vehicle engineers and speeches on alternative fuel programs and technology.


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