EV Charging Conference Series Kicks Off August 10-11
Join residential and commercial decision-makers to reinvent your electric strategy.
The EV Charging Conference Series (EVCS) will officially launch this Aug. 10-11, 2022. The premier event will be fully virtual and will cater to residential and commercial decision-makers. EV Charging Conference offers a unique opportunity for those looking to step into the landscape of electric vehicles. Learn from industry experts on how to navigate the ins and outs of installation and capitalize upon the future state of EV charging and clean energy. Residential and commercial decision-makers will discuss essential topics such as funding, site evaluations, municipal collaboration, charging management, power storage, and more.
Key discussion topics include:
- Start to Finish: Site Evaluation and Installation for Sustainable EV Charging
- EV Reliability, Maintenance and Cellular Communications
- Collaborating with Municipalities and States
- Funding Site Improvements: Getting the Most out of Incentives and Grants
- Leveraging Available Technologies: Values of Charging Management, Bidirectional Charging, and More
- Fleet Electrification
- Navigating EV Charging for MUDs
The event will be followed by the EV Charging Infrastructure Conference, happening Oct. 18-19, which will focus on scaling nationwide infrastructure to meet EBV demand. Thought leaders will explore everything from supply chain and grid strategy to supporting fleet operations. Equip yourself and your organization with industry-leading insights, cutting-edge technology, and skills to invest in the future of clean energy and leverage capital assets.
Finally, EVCS will kick off their in-person EV Charging Summit & Expo in Las Vegas next March 29-31, 2023. The Summit & Expo will showcase EV’s latest developments across six essential tracks including charging infrastructure; hardware and software technologies; connecting consumers; business strategies; funding and investments; and OEM Manufacturing. Registration is currently open for all events.
Visit http://evchargingsummit.com/ today to view full speaker rosters, agendas and PDF brochures, or to register. Please contact Jessica Vargas at [email protected] or call 619-597-7315 with any questions regarding registration.