22-23 June 2022 | Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol | Austin, Texas


Mitigating the Energy Demands of EV Charging on the Grid

Building Connections Between Utilities and Installers of Chargepoints,
to Reinforce the Grid for EVs.

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2022 Speakers Include

Chief Planning, Programming, and Engineering Officer
Maryland Transit Administration
Dallas Love Field
Senior Policy Advisor
California Energy Comission
Office of Sustainability Director
The City of Indianapolis
Senior Director of Innovation and Sustainability
El Paso Electric Company

EV Infrastructure and Energy Integration Summit USA

Connecting utilities with government, charge point operators, and fleets as North America ramps up its EV charging infrastructure roll out.

As EV adoption grows, utilities and other power generators are grappling with the issue of determining the power load needed to charge those vehicles, and how to forecast when—and where—that electricity will be needed. To deal with these new connections the grid infrastructure itself will also need to be upgraded.

At the same time governments, fleet owners and charging infrastructure installers are struggling to work with utilities to establish connections to the grid, navigate new energy charges and tariffs, and finance the energy and charging infrastructure to support EVs.

This two-day event will provide the energy sector and those installing and operating charge-points with insight into new solutions and technologies to manage demand, integrate renewable energy, and maintain the stability of the grid.

Event Themes

Infrastructure Procurement and Installation

Integrating EV Charging with Solar & Storage Solutions

Microgrids - Developing Private Charging Networks

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Fleet Electrification & Management

Monetisation Strategies for Public and Private Charging Networks

Financing the Shift to Electric Vehicles

Highlighted Session

 - 12:05 CST
  • Understanding the state and federal regulatory challenges and roadblocks for utilities looking to support electric vehicles, and for businesses looking to establish connections to the grid
  • Examining the costs to upgrade infrastructure and modernize the grid to cope with electric vehicles, how storage or smart charging assets can mitigate these costs
  • Mapping out the timelines for utilities to establish connections and make upgrades for EV projects
  • How can utilities work closer together with municipalities, private businesses, charge point operators and fleet operations to cut project time, and deploy more chargepoints?
, Chief Strategy Officer & VP Of Engineering
, Tri-County Electric Cooperative
, Electric Vehicles Operations Lead
, Austin Energy
, Director Program Management Office
, Cobb EMC
, Senior Director of Innovation and Sustainability
, El Paso Electric Company
, Senior Research Analyst
, Utility Analytics Institute

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Making A Lasting Connection:
Establishing Grid Connections for Charging Stations and Building Long-Term Relationships with Utilities

This session looks into: 

  • Understanding utility’s role in the EV transition – how involved should they be in the process?
  • Establishing local connections – working with utilities to establish an easier process to connect to the grid and understanding utility timelines
  • Uncovering some of the misconceptions when securing capacity for charging infrastructure or installing energy storage
  • Discussing potential rates and tariffs for energy usage for charging as different models continue to evolve
  • Examining if EVs could offer ways to add additional capacity to the grid, through V2g technology


Includes Speakers: 

  • Lindsey McDougall, Utility Strategist, Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technologies, Austin Energy
  • Michael King, Assistant Director of Electrification & Energy, Colorado Department of Transportation
  • Jimmy Adams, Vice President of Energy Services, Coweta-Fayette EMC
  • Miriam Bouallegue, Sustainable Transportation Project Manager, Metropolitan Energy Centre
  • Kevin Campbell, Manager – Fleet Services & Automotive Procurement, City of Chicago

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Industry News

May 24, 2022
A new partnership between InstaVolt and Mina is to see the former’s electric vehicle (EV) chargers included within Mina’s Chargepass fleet offering.
May 23, 2022
Statkraft-owned electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Mer has signed an agreement with Blue Diamond to provide chargepoints at its 39 garden centres in the UK.
May 23, 2022
​The proportion of electric vehicles (EVs) needing to be rescued by the AA due to being out of charge has halved over the past two years.
May 20, 2022
​GRIDSERVE is offering drivers £125 of charging if they lease an electric vehicle (EV) in May or June through the company’s leasing arm.

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