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Building a Plan to Support Continued Growth in EV Adoption

Thu, Nov 17, 2022 · 2:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Utilities know they need a plan to meet the growing impact of electric vehicles on the power grid, along with developing a business model to encourage EV adoption among their customer base. A successful program includes education for the community, with an eye toward a program that supports reliable, accessible power, and that is affordable and sustainable. This webinar includes case studies of programs that work, providing solutions about how to interact with government officials, business leaders, and ratepayers to create a sustainable EV program.
• How to generate a sustainable program to encourage EV adoption
• How are you preparing for EV Charging
• How to educate community on selecting the proper charging solution for your needs
• Developing Grid Stability for EV
• Incorporating Renewables in Your EV Program

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
EV Business Development at AULET
Angela Lee is an EVSE industry expert with close to two decades experience in the automotive industry. Angela brings an insider perspective to the EV charging industry, and is passionate to share that knowledge with others.
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of North America at Ev.energy
Joseph has led ev.energy’s commercial strategy and growth since its launch in 2018. As Head of North America, Joseph has partnered with several leading utilities to design, launch and grow successful EV charging programs, including National Grid, Southern Company and Silicon Valley Clean Energy. With over 100,000+ EV drivers trusting ev.energy to manage their charging each day, ev.energy has become the at-home EV charging app of choice in North America. Joseph is the co-author of several reports with BNEF, the Smart Electric Power Alliance and Darcy Partners, and has testified before dozens of state utility regulators about EV charging. Joseph previously spent 5 years with the Boston Consulting Group’s energy and environment practice. He holds an MSc in Environmental Economics from LSE and a BA in Environmental Policy from Princeton University.
Webinar hosting presenter
Electric Vehicles Energy Services & Programs at Tennessee Valley Authority
Drew Frye leads the development of TVA’s Electric Vehicle (EV) programs. Drew coordinates programs and partnerships with EV stakeholders and regional Local Power Companies (LPCs) to remove the market barriers slowing EV adoption in the Tennessee Valley. Initiatives include charging infrastructure development, consumer awareness and education campaigns, supportive policy development and partnerships to drive electric vehicle availability and choices. Drew’s team is leading TVA’s “Fast Charge Network” program to assist Local Power Companies in deploying fast charging stations along interstates and major US and State highways across the seven states TVA serves.

Previously, Drew served in TVA’s research organization for ten years with a focus on various distributed energy technologies. Such as EV, distributed generation, and efficiency. He is an advisor to the Electric Power Research Institute where he interfaces with active utilities from across the country on electric transportation collaborative research.

Drew has a Master of Science degree in Power Systems Engineering from UT Chattanooga and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee. He lives in Chattanooga, TN with his wife Lauren and daughters Lucie and Collins.
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