Investing in electric vehicle infrastructure is about to take off. California’s three major IOUs have laid out plans worth over $1B to try to electrify the state’s transportation system. However, there are uncertainties surrounding infrastructure ownership and responsibilities, rate design, range capabilities, and charging times, which can be deterrents to widespread consumer adoption. A tight, ongoing coordination is required between all parties. The rollout of programs, technologies, protocols, and standards needs to proceed in an integrated way.
Returning for its third edition, Infocast’s EVs & the Grid summit gathers all major players involved in vehicle-grid integration (VGI) and the electrification of America’s transportation system. Regulators and utilities will provide an update on the latest proposals and business models. City planners, charging station hosts, and electric vehicle service providers (EVSPs) will assess partnership opportunities for infrastructure development and expansion. OEMs and fleet owners will share their outlook of the market and perspectives on adoption hurdles.
The Pre-Summit Briefing: Preparing for Electric Fleets & Autonomous Vehicles, on October 17, 2017, will offer an in-depth examination of collaborative efforts from transportation authorities, OEMs, fleet owners, and newer players involved in electric vehicles. Together they will discuss electrification needs of a rapidly evolving transportation system.
Senior Director of Clean Transportation
SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC
Air Pollution Specialist
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
CONTRA COSTA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Elise M. Keddie, PhD
Manager, Zero Emission Vehicle Implementation
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
Manager, Vehicle & Advanced Technology Policy
Energy Services Manager
BMW OF NORTH AMERICA, LLC
Manager, EV Infrastructure & Smart Grid Technology
Analyst, Electric Vehicles
CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Electric Bus Program Manager
Green Fleet Program Manager
CITY OF SEATTLE
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA
Electrification and Alternative Fuels Strategy Principal
PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
Manager and Scientist, Electric Transportation
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
Grid Connected Project Manager
Associate Director, Air Division
US EPA, REGION 9
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