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Media Advisory: Electric Vehicle Technology to Fuel the Greater Philadelphia Region

November 10, 2010

Philadelphia to get first public Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Pennsylvania

--(BUSINESS WIRE)--U-Go Stations, Inc.:





Wednesday, Nov. 10 - Ribbon Cutting at 1:30 p.m.


  *Rapid charge Prototype will be on display from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.


  Ribbon cutting for first public electric vehicle (EV) charging station opening for demonstration in the Philadelphia region and state.


  U-Go Stations, Inc. and its affiliate South Jersey Green, LLC
    City and industry dignitaries expected


  In the first quarter of 2011 many major automobile manufacturers will be offering electric cars to consumers, particularly the Nissan Leaf and Ford Transit Connect. Other manufacturers including BMW, Toyota, Mercedes, Renault, Smart and others are developing EVs and others will be forthcoming in late 2011 and thereafter. The average EV will travel about 100 miles before needing recharging, which can take up to 4 hours. The cost for recharging will be significantly less than gasoline.



Southport Plaza, Liberty Service Station – 1600 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA, at Tasker Street, 215-271-0100.


What’s The BUZZ:


We are in the infant stages of the electric vehicles. Norman Zarwin, E. Harris Baum, Stephen Zarwin, Mickey McLaughlin and David Soens have formed U-Go Stations, Inc. to respond for the future growth of the EV industry. Powering EVs, for many who wish to purchase this new market segment needs to be convenient, quick and easy but not a lengthy process. U-Go Stations, Inc. has partnered with South Jersey Green LLC, Jerry Reich, Green Power Technology and Coloumb Industries with support from the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program to develop the EV charging station area infrastructure to make charging stations available to the public. A plug-in vehicle will be demonstrated at Southport Plaza on November 10, 2010.


Note to Editors:

  Norman Zarwin and Harris Baum were two of the founding partners, in 1960, of the Philadelphia-based law firm Zarwin, Baum, DeVito, Kaplan, Schaer, Toddy. For more information, photos, etc. of principals involved, or to arrange pre-or-post interviews you may also contact Harriet Lessy at 215 985 2899.



U-Go Stations, Inc.
Norman Zarwin, 215 569 2800 x1115
Mickey McLaughlin, 609 522 0379 or 609 651 3943



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