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Medium and heavy-duty commercial EV fleets are on the horizon, and so are their DC fast charging networks. Recent state and federal funding for these infrastructure investments is helping power this change. Now is the time to make plans and act. This webinar will ensure you aren’t caught with your pants down when they reach your territory.
Join Rivian, DTE, and CharIN as they share their insights on what you need to think about and plan to be ready for fleet electrification.
After attending this webinar, attendees should be able to:
• Understand the impact of medium/heavy duty fleet charging networks on the local distribution grid
• Deduce what type of investments may be required to support DC Fast Charging Networks
• Apply best practices from leading fleet electrification experts.
Jen currently serves as President and CEO of the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP).
Within her role, she focuses educating and empowering AESP’s members on such topics as energy efficiency technologies, conservation strategies, demand response program design and implementation, demand flexibility strategies, grid edge technology deployment, beneficial electrification and demand side focused customer engagement strategies.
Executive Director, CharIN North America
Erika is currently the Executive Director of CharIN North America. CharIN is a leading global charging technology association dedicated to accelerating the EV transition through the adoption of universal open and interoperable charging standards. CharIN members comprise leading automotive manufacturers, charging-station companies, component suppliers, energy providers, and grid operators amongst others.
Interoperability Engineer, Rivian
Sarah is experienced in Customer Success, Product Management, and Solution Architecture with a demonstrated history of working in cloud connectivity, edge computing, and light manufacturing. Skilled in technical requirements, architecture, user experience, program management, public speaking, and most of all – building teams.
Manager, DTE Energy