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WHAT: Tennessee Valley Authority and the Electric Power Research Institute will dedicate the first of its planned network of solar-assisted electric vehicle charging stations.
WHO: Anda Ray, TVA senior vice president of Environment and Technology
Kim Greene, TVA group president of Strategy and External Relations
Mark McGranaghan, EPRI vice president, Power Delivery & Utilization
Mark Duvall, EPRI director of Electric Transportation Research
WHEN: 9 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011
WHERE: EPRI, 942 Corridor Park Boulevard, Knoxville, Tenn.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The TVA-EPRI SMART station is among the first charging stations to have solar, battery storage and electric grid capabilities. Media will have the opportunity to interview TVA and EPRI representatives, tour the six-vehicle charging station, charge and ride in one of the cars and see how the station uses renewable solar power.
CONTACT: Mike Bradley, Knoxville, +1-865-632-8860, Media Relations, +1-865-632-6000, www.tva.com
SOURCE Tennessee Valley Authority
Web Site: http://www.tva.com