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Thank you for taking an interest in the Contactless and NFC League. Anyone can join in by posting a comment or taking part in our weekly polls.

Here is how it works:

The more information we have about any given project, the better it will be for the ranking. Please check the Criteria for the information required.

You can also simply participate by posting your comment on the city of your choice. This is particularly interesting if you are part of a trial. We would love to get some feedback on your experiences!

If you are within the industry and would like to make your product offerings in the various trials and pilots more obvious, we are more than happy to assist you. Please check out our Sponsorship opportunities.

One Comment on “Join”

  1. Susan Hicks
    April 19, 2010 at 4:15 pm #

    Who could be a green sponsor? Someone who provides park & ride contactless tickets and the electric car infrastructure? I thought this was interesting from abiresearch………..Market for Plug-in Vehicle Chargers to Reach $11.75 Billion by 2015

    NEW YORK – April 19, 2010 –
    Plug-in vehicles are set to hit the consumer market at the end of 2010, and will achieve widespread distribution in 2011. But will drivers of these vehicles, which need to be plugged into the electrical grid to recharge, find themselves running on empty when it comes to finding a robust charging infrastructure? The answer is a resounding “maybe.”

    A new market study from ABI Research, “Plug-in Vehicle Infrastructures” projects a fast-growing market for charging station infrastructure, with worldwide revenues reaching $11.75 billion for the installation of 3 million charging stations by 2015, up from just over 20,000 stations installed in 2010.

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