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

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Summit Agenda

09:00
 - 09:25 CST

With the current version of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act calling for $300 million in charging and fuelling grants in U.S. FY 2022, followed by $400 million in FY and building to $700 million by FY 2026, how this money is going to be deployed, and who can take advantage of it is a key question.

And with an Executive Order calling for half of all new vehicle sales by 2030 to be zero-emission the pressure is ramping up on energy companies, municipalities, businesses, and fleets to get ready for electric.

09:25
 - 10:05 CST
  • How electric utilities can help to expand charging networks by owning stations themselves or partnering with private companies
  • Examining the challenges of expand charging to rural or overlooked communities and creating incentives for business owners or landlords considering installation to build a national network
  • Discussing how federal money can be deployed to upgrade the grid, establish connections and support chargepoints with renewable or energy storage assets
, Assistant Director
, Delaware Department of Transportation
, Technology and Product Innovation
, CPS Energy
, Vice President
, Huck Capital
10:05
 - 10:30 CST
10:30
 - 11:15 CST
11:15
 - 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
12:05
 - 12:35 CST
  •  How businesses can deploy charging stations on their own land and address current and future challenges of installing and operating charging infrastructure
  • Outlining new business models for retailers and landowners to recoup initial capital outlay and monetize charge points
  • Deploying energy storage solutions to deploy a fully integrated strategy on privately owned car parks and increasing the use of renewable energy to charge vehicles
12:35
 - 13:00 CST
    • A deep dive into the projects, incentives, and policies behind California’s EV infrastructure rollout.
    • Examining how states can re-model their incentives programmes to deploy funding with a long-term view in mind with federal funding on the way.
    • How to deploy more private capital to supercharge the rollout of charging infrastructure.
, Senior Policy Advisor
, California Energy Comission
13:00
 - 14:00 CST
14:00
 - 14:50 CST
  • How to make the most of integrating storage and charging on site and optimizing those assets for increased longevity and performance.
  • Looking at the long-term development of storage technology and latest innovations to make the best choice when procuring storage
  • Examining the reasons to select alternative battery technologies and chemistries and how they affect performance and price, and why lithium ion is problematic environmentally
, CEO
, Citigroup Commodities Trading
, Policy Specialist
, Vehicle-Grid Integration Council (VGIC)
, Marketing & Strategy - Distributed Generation
, EDP Renewables
, Executive Vice President
, New Jersey Energy Coalition
14:50
 - 15:15 CST
  • Building a business case for chargers to make money for your organization, and take advantage of the opportunity costs for saving on fuel, annual checkups, and certification standards
  • Analyzing your fleet to understand if electric vehicles are the right fit for you.
  • Deploying infrastructure with growth in mind – how do you develop a strategy considering the future expansion of consumer electric vehicle usage?
, Director
, Dallas Love Field
15:15
 - 16:00 CST
16:00
 - 16:30 CST

A behind the scenes look at how King County is preparing to support zero emission transportation.

  • What King C0unty have learned from fast charge buses; what are the key learnings about the trolleys and electricity use
  • What King County are learning about installing the test charger facility, preparing for an electric base, layover charging; developing their first Access base, installing a fleet DC fast charger and Level II chargers throughout the system.
  • Exploring the applications of installing batteries and solar panels
, Coordinated Portfolio Manager of Fleet
, King County Metro Transit
16:30
 - 17:00 CST

Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services—in which electric vehicles can both charge from and send energy back to the grid—can provide valuable grid benefits. But before V2G can be implemented across the U.S., states have to navigate the evolving landscape of technical standards that govern the certification of V2G-enabled equipment and integrate these standards into their rules and technical documents.

● Introducing  V2G technologies and configurations

● Related technical and regulatory challenges

● Technical standards that govern V2G integration, including existing and upcoming standards and communication protocols that can make V2G a reality.

, Regulatory Program Engineer
, Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC)

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