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Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: Homework for Electric Utilities

In the near future, electric utilities must prepare to charge thousands of EV batteries in their service areas. Attendees of this free webinar will gain insights required to meet consumer expectations for residential, commercial, and fleet EV charging.

Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: Homework for Electric Utilities
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: Homework for Electric Utilities

Time & Location

Apr 30, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

Webinar

About the Event

Electrification of the transportation industry has already begun, and will continue to rapidly expand. Consumers expect electric vehicles (EVs) to be as convenient as internal combustion engine vehicles. This means that charging stations must be available wherever and whenever EV batteries need to be charged, the time to charge an EV battery must be short, and the cost must be reasonable. In other words, consumers will demand that electric utilities and their partners match the performance of the petroleum industry.

Electric utilities and their partners need to assure EV owners that they are ready to meet their expectations by providing infrastructure that matches consumer expectations. Then, following the lead of the petroleum industry, the electric utility industry can educate consumers on charging requirements, including the location of charging stations, the duration and cost of each charge, and more.

To help electric utilities with this major undertaking, this webinar shares crucial considerations for expanded EV charging, including commercial, residential, and fleet charging. Electric utilities can use these considerations, with the help of Prescient’s team of experts, to create a template to support the electrification of the transportation industry.

Presenter: Tony Sleva, PE, LSM-IEEE, President of Prescient Transmission Systems.

Tony Sleva has more than 50 years of professional experience in the electric utility industry as an engineering manager, electrical engineer, project manager, forensic investigator, and research engineer. He has authored Protective Relaying textbooks and served as an Adjunct Instructor at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Continuing Education for more than 25 years. 

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