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EAASV 2017 May Meeting, Sat. 5/20

The May EAASV meeting will be on Saturday, May 20th, at 10 am in the HP Enterprise offices at 3000 Hanover St., Palo Alto, CA 94304. We are pleased to have
Kent Okasaki
May 17
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San Jose EAA meeting Saturday May 13,2017 10:00 to 12:00

Hello All, If you are interested in Electric Vehicles, consider attending one of our meetings. All EAA meetings are free and open to anyone who is interested
gstuckert1
May 8
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something to look at

We are in the middle of some massive changes that will probably be viewed by historians many years from now like the industrial revolution. This article is
William E Savage
May 8
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Know anyone who wants to try out a Tesla S60 for 4-5 weeks starting

Hi all I’ll be out of town and would rather have someone getting a taste of EV driving. It’s a last-minute effort but I figured it was worth the shot. At
Felix Kramer
May 4
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Blink Charging station anyone?

Before I offer on Craigslist: I have too many charging stations already so I figured I start posting some for sale here. I have been converting the Leaf's
cor_van_de_water
Apr 22
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Re: Fwd: someone to head up Mission cars

I plan on dropping off my EV truck (94 Chevy S10, factory converted by US Electricar) and I can bring a 2011 Leaf that is actually for sale ;-) Cor
cor_van_de_water
Apr 19
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

David, et al, Thank you all very much for the links and in-depth discussion. Despite CHAdeMO already being established, it's a pity that Detroit and the
Joe Siudzinski
Apr 19
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

... And most new fast charger deployments are CCS. That will only accelerate as more networks are deployed. Most of the expected networks/growth are CCS. ...
Jeff Chan
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

I'm not willing to predict the winning DC fast charging protocol -- it's a bit of a horse race with the winner to be determined by deployment numbers. What
David Herron
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

... Tesla includes several adapters with the Model S and X. Probably the most relevant are the J1772 and 14-50, since those are the most common non-Tesla
Jeff Chan
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

Dumb question, but are there converters between all 3 of these formats? I THINK there are J1772 adaptors for Teslas for example.
Matt Ackeret
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

... Thanks David, I understand and agree with much of what you say. However CCS is the VHS to Chademo's Beta. I'm 99.999% certain CCS is going to win in the
Jeff Chan
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

Jeff, I don't disagree much with what you say, but there are a couple things to clarify for you. CHAdeMO is also being developed through a standards
David Herron
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

... Hi Joe, While I understand your frustration, CCS is very likely to be the dominant quick charging standard in the near term future, due to it being an
Jeff Chan
Apr 18
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Re: CCS and No CHAdeMO - What Am I Missing?

Joe, I talked with you about this on Saturday, so I'll repeat that for the group. In Jan 2015, VW, BMW and ChargePoint announced a plan to build a fast
David Herron
Apr 18
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