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The leader in clean electric transportation.

Corporate Overview

Ticker: ETLE

March 2010

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ECOtality, Inc.

The leader in clean electric transportation


Leading EV Infrastructure Experience


Involved in every major N. American EV initiative since 1990’s


5,600+ Charging Stations Installed


Premier Battery Fast
-
Charge Systems


50+ US & International patents since 1990


Fortune 500 customer base


Advanced Transportation R & D, Engineering & Testing


Primary Contractor to U.S. Dept. of Energy in EV sector


10+ million miles of testing on 200+ advanced fuel vehicle


Largest Deployment of EVs + Infrastructure



4,700 Nissan EVs • 11,210 charge stations • 5 states/11 cities



$107.8 M in US Dept. of Energy & California Energy Commission funding



Select Financials

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Largest deployment of EVs & charge infrastructure

Power Electronics, R & D, Engineering, Electric Drive Systems

Contracted for DOE’s Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity

Industry leading Minit
-
Charger line of fast
-
charge systems






EV Infrastructure (Levels 2 +3)


Battery Performance testing


Battery cycling & development


Consulting/Engineering Services


H
2

Infrastructure


H
2
ICE Vehicles



Alternate fuel infrastructure


Electric, CNG, H
2

& H
2

blends

Other Activities:

Electric Transportation Engineering Corp.

eTec Consulting Clients

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Current Markets

Airport GSE

Material Handling

NEVs



Emerging Markets

EVs + PHEVs

Public Charging

Commercial Charging

Charges faster & safer vs. any other system



50+ US & International patents



Meaningful charge for an EV in ~15
mins



Originally designed for on
-
road EV use



Used in airport, industrial & on
-
road applications


Proven Benefits:



Reduces annual fueling costs by 70
-
80%



50
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65% smaller & 50
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70% lighter



Increases worker productivity & safety

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Over
5,600

charge stations installed

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8

Different Charging Levels

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

120VAC, 12Amps

240VAC, 40Amp

480VAC/ 3Phase

30kW to 250kW.

Specifications

8
-
24 hours

2
-
8 hours

10
-
30 minutes

Time to charge batteries


(10
-
30kWh)

Applications

Emergency Use,

Remote Areas

Residential,
Commercial,
Public Areas

Commercial,
Fleet use


SAE Committee Active Voting Members



J1772:

PHEV inlet/connector standard


J2293/J2836:
Fast
-
charge inlet/connector standard



EPRI Infrastructure Working Council


Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium


Steering & Marketing Committees


US DOE Technical Support Contract

EVSE Level

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)

EV Activities

A holistic approach to EV infrastructure


EV Micro
-
Climate Program


Ensures areas are “plug
-
in ready”


Establishes alliances w/ key stakeholders


Provides detailed Roadmap/Action plan


Implements universal public charge infrastructure


Establish Micro
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Climates & connect w/ Fast
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Charging



Active Government Relations & Public Education



Soft Infrastructure Development


First responder training


Code inspection officials coordination


Roadside assistance development


Install contractor training & certification


Dealer training


Public awareness

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Conceptual Fast Charge Stations

DOE FOA 0000028

The largest deployment of EVs & Charge Infrastructure



Arizona



Phoenix/Tucson



California



San Diego



Oregon


Portland, Eugene,


Salem, Corvallis



Tennessee


Nashville, Knoxville,


Chattanooga



Washington


Seattle

Project Overview


4,700 Nissan LEAF Evs


4,700 residential (L2)


6,250 public/commercial (L2)


260 fast
-
charge (L3)

DOE FOA 0000028

The largest deployment of EVs & Charge Infrastructure

Funding Overview


$207.6 M total project value


$99.8 M in US DOE funding


$8 M in CEC funding


Partners provide match


Project Schedule

Contract


10/1/09

Initial Infrastructure Q4 2010


Vehicle Launch Q4 2010


Final Infrastructure Q2 2011


Evaluation Ends


Q3 2012


Completion Q2 2013

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Over 40 Project Partners

ECOtality in China

JV makes
ECOtality

1
st

infrastructure provider in China




ECOtality

signed LOI with Shenzhen
Goch

Investment (SGI) in July 2009



SGI provides $15 million to initiate strategic joint venture



$10 million committed to manufacturing & assembly JV



$5 million committed to sales & distribution JV



On 3/1/2010
announced access
to $300
million credit
facility in China


China represents the largest market for EVSE



Currently no
-
fast charging in China



JV will focus on industrial & on
-
road applications



Initial on
-
road market includes transit buses, taxi fleets & passenger EVs.



By 2015:

Global EVSE market expected to reach $1.9 billion annually*

China will be world leader in annual EVSE installations 47.8% of
annual sales.*



* Pike Research, “Electric Vehicles on the Grid” (7/09)


ECOtality in Australia




ECOtality Australia Pty. Ltd.



Headquartered in Brisbane, Queensland.



Markets/distributes battery charging equipment for on
-
road,
industrial and airport ground support.



EV market in Australia is in its infancy.



13 million+ vehicles on the road, approximately 900,000 new cars
sold annually.



Excellent outlook for sustained growth


The leader in clean electric transportation

ECOtality Investment Highlights



ECOtality awarded
$99.8 Million
from U.S. Department of Energy




ECOtality awarded
$8 million

from California Energy Commission




Signed definitive agreement with Shenzhen Goch Investment to
provide

$15 million

to establish China Operations, eliminating $9.1
million in debt




Access to China facility through SGI/CCB for
$300 million





Filed for NASDAQ listing




Unveiled first generation networked software for EVs




Expanded to Australia






80 East Rio Salado Pkwy

Suite 710

Tempe, AZ 85281


Contact Info

Websites

www.ECOtality.com


www.etecEVs.com

www.minit
-
charger.com




Jonathan R. Read


P: 480
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219
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5005


jread@ecotality.com

APPENDIX SLIDES

Management Team

Jonathan Read
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President & CEO, ECOtality, Inc.


Founder, Chairman and CEO of Park Plaza International. Grew four
-
hotel
chain into leading global hotel group focused on licensing, joint ventures
and operations in 32 countries. C


Chairman and CEO of Shakey's International from 1984 to 1989

Don Karner


Founder, President, eTec



30+ years of engineering and technical project management experience.


Founded eTec in 1991.


Chief Nuclear Office for Arizona Public Service (APS).


Current Technical Manager for US DOE Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity

Col. Barry Baer


Chief Financial Officer, ECOtality, Inc



Retired U.S. Army Colonel & Certified Public Accountant.



Served as CFO at Obsidian Enterprises, Inc., Max Katz Bag Company &
Apex Industries.


Previously served as the Director of Public Works for the City of
Indianapolis.



Director of Accounting Systems for the U.S. Army


ECOtality Timeline

1989

Innergy Power Corporation founded to produce battery systems for
computer storage

1991

Electric Transportation Applications (ETA) formed to provide electric
vehicle testing and consulting services

1996

Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec) formed to provide
electric vehicle infrastructure products and services.

2005

ECOtality, Inc. was established with a focus on renewable energy
technologies. Company initially focused on H2 & electric drive systems.



Fast Charging technology is first displayed

2009

ECOtality acquires eTec, Edison Minit
-
Charger, Innergy Power, and Fuel
Cell Store

ECOtality is the leader in clean electric transportation technologies

2007

ECOtality’s eTec awarded $99.8 million by US Dept. of Energy for the
largest ever deployment of EVs (5,000) & infrastructure (12,750).


Model 355/448


400Amp Output


Parallel or Sequential Priority
Charging


Launched in 2002


Only system to provide Sequential
Priority Charging which reduced
utility infrastructure and demand
costs


Model “PJ”


Dual 110Amp Output, High
Frequency design


Designed for electric Pallet Jacks


Model “SC”


Single Output, High Frequency
design


250Amps DC Output


Medium to heavy duty applications


Model “FCx”


Single Output, High Frequency
design


320Amps DC Output


Medium to heavy duty applications


Launched in 2005


First high
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frequency fast charger
specifically designed for pallet jacks


Lightweight and efficient design


Launched in August 2008


High frequency, multi
-
shift and retail
store applications


Low cost battery identifier


Lightweight and easy to install and
operate


Est. Launch in Spring 2009


High frequency, multi
-
shift charger for
medium to heavy duty applications


Ideal for Automated Guided Vehicle
applications (AGV)

Material Handling Products

Airport Ground Support Equipment


Model GSE
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200SP/DP


15kW Single and Dual Output Available


Outdoor Rated


Multi
-
voltage, Multi
-
chemistry


Launched in 2003



Model GSE
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250SP/DP
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hf


15kW Single or Dual Output


High Frequency Design


Lighter/less expensive design


Exp. Launch fall 2008



Model GSE
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300DP


30kW Dual Output (15kW per side)


High Frequency Design


Designed for heavy
-
duty applications


Exp. Launch fall 2008

Innergy Power’s Battery Offerings

Innergy Power’s ThinLine sealed lead
cells & batteries


Reduces the weight and volume of the passive
cell components, resulting in improved specific
energy (by weight) and energy density (by
volume)


10
-
25% increase in volumetric efficiency.


The thin planar design is accomplished through
two patented components of the technology.



Current Applications


Cache memory back
-
up systems


Medical equipment


Mobile Computing


Lighting systems


Solar energy storage

Features & Benefits


Configuration optimizes space utilization


High energy density reduces weight &
volume


Long cycle life


Allows for frequent charging


Low Self
-
Discharge Rate


Zero Memory Effect




Battery clients include:


HP, Sun IBM, Siemens, LSI Corp,
Xenonics, Checkpoint Systems, Batteries
Plus, AEE Solar, Southwest PV, Sunlight
Solar, Sundance Solar, U.S. Department of
Agriculture

Innergy has provided more than 1.8M battery cells to more than 500 customers

Recently announced plans to begin manufacturing battery systems for EV

and PHEV application that optimize eTec’s fast charging capabilities.

Innergy Power’s Solar Offerings


Fiberglass (FRP) & tempered glass solar


Ranging from 5W to 50W capacities.


Applications include: logistics tracking, off
-
grid lighting, mobile communications,
mobile computing, signaling devices &
surveillance.



Solar Binders


22W output to power portable electronic
devices (laptops, iPods, satellite radios,
etc…)



Innergy Power Station 200


200W solar array that charges
a12V,100Ah VDC battery.


Weatherproof & Flexible deployment


High Efficiency




Custom Solar Solutions for:


Remote Location Power


Asset Tracking/Fleet Monitoring


Recreational Activities


Emergency Power Planning


Mobile Power (RV, trailers, etc..)


Off
-
Grid Lighting


Remote Surveillance