Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium

February 20-22, 2018 │ San Diego-Mission Valley, CA, USA

The SAE 2018 Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium is the source for current and forward-looking hybrid and electric vehicle technology advances, providing industry developments from prominent representatives of OEM and supplier companies.

For its 15th consecutive year, the Symposium will convene in San Diego–Mission Valley, California, from February 20-22, 2018. This must-attend event provides vehicle design engineers and management with a forum to share and discuss the latest technology, applications, and overall development challenges for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles through lively discussions and ample networking opportunities to learn and connect with the companies, industry experts, and technology specialists from the entire supply chain of EV, HEV, and EREV vehicles.

Who Attends

  • Hybrid, electric and alternative fuels technology engineers/consultants
  • Engineering managers
  • Automotive service technicians
  • Regulators from EPA and CARB
  • Academia
  • Marketing and sales
  • Media
  • Government officials

Keynote Speaker

Mary D. Nichols

Chairman, California Air Resources Board

Mary D. Nichols, J.D., was reappointed Chairman of the California Air Resources Board by Governor Jerry Brown in January 2011, a post she previously held under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from 2007 to 2010 and under Governor Brown (during his first tenure) from 1979 to 1983. At ARB, she is responsible for implementing California's landmark greenhouse gas emissions legislation as well as setting air pollution standards for motor vehicles, fuels and consumer products. After graduating from Cornell University and Yale Law School, Nichols practiced environmental law in Los Angeles, bringing cases on behalf of environmental and public health organizations to enforce state and federal clean air legislation. President Clinton appointed her to head the Office of Air and Radiation at U.S. EPA, where she was responsible for the acid rain trading program and setting the first air quality standard for fine particles. She also served as California's Secretary for Natural Resources from 1999 to 2003. Prior to her return to the ARB, Nichols was Professor of Law and Director of the Institute of the Environment at UCLA.

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