The Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) recently welcomed three new member companies – Real Power, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation and Northern Virginia Community College.
“These three organizations are engaged in very diverse endeavors which are absolutely complimentary to EDTA’s core mission.” said EDTA President Brian Wynne. “We bring together the major players that are cooperatively bringing success to the electric drive industry. Real Power, Vermont Energy and Northern Virginia Community College will provide critical insight and help give voice to equipment manufacturers and suppliers, energy sector services and academia as our nation stands up the electric drive value chain.”
Real Power – This Indianapolis, Ind. based division of Contour Hardening, Inc. created a mobile fast-charging system and provides unparalleled induction heat treating for many companies. The company has become a leader in automotive technology and recently partnered with several events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation – A leader in the delivery of energy efficiency and renewable services to residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial customers, including three major publicly held efficiency utilities, this nonprofit is at the forefront of Vermont’s efforts to reduce the economic and environmental costs of energy consumption.
Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) – The largest educational institution in Virginia and the second-largest community college in the United States, NOVA is consistently ranked as one of the top Associate Degree institutions in the country and features a strong practical program focused on advanced automotive technologies.