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Business Briefs for the Week of Oct. 11, 2010

Legrand, Car Charging Group, ECOtality


In a strategic move to propel energy management and building performance strategies, DelmarHerman Miller and Legrand announced a new licensing agreement. Extending the companies’ strategic alliance, the agreement gives Legrand rights to market and further develop Herman Miller’s Convia technology within the building infrastructure segment. Herman Miller will work with Legrand to continue to integrate and sell the technology within its systems furniture for the commercial interiors market.

Car Charging Group, Inc.

Car Charging Group, Inc.has entered into a pilot agreement with Icon Parking Systems, the premier provider of parking services in Manhattan, to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at select trial locations, helping to smooth the transition to EV by creating a useful charging network for Icon's customers. Car Charging Group plans to install Level II (240V) ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations, which are manufactured by Coulomb Technologies.

ECOtality, Inc.

ECOtality, Inc., a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, recently revealed the details of the company’s electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure implementation plans during a panel at the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) Fuels Solution Forum. These planning documents mark the completion of a critical milestone in the company’s work with The EV Project, the world’s largest rollout of EV infrastructure, and set the stage for the deployment of charging stations across the project’s largest geographic region.

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