Webinar Standards-Based Solutions for EV Managed Charging June 3, 2020 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET 60-Minutes Register for Webinar Seamlessly Integrate EVs and other DERs with OpenADR Stakeholders strongly contend that an electric vehicle future must include some form of managed charging in order to reap the maximum benefits for consumers, the grid, and society as a whole. A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging from SEPA identified 38 utility-run managed charging pilot and demonstration projects in 2019. Hear from a utility, a solution provider and a standards facilitation and testing organization about how information protocols like OpenADR and OCPP, can integrate managed charging product solutions with utility systems seamless. You will also learn about: Different use-cases for why managed charging providers want to interconnect to utilities and participate in utility demand response or distributed energy resource programs. How OpenADR protocols are being integrated into managed charging provider product solutions How utilities specify and use the protocols to onboard and streamline their relationships with the growing numbers of distributed resources they are integrating. The basics of how OpenADR protocols work to integrate distributed energy resources to the utility grid, and which utilities specify OpenADR. “Managed Charging relies on communication signals originating from a utility or aggregator to be sent to a vehicle or charger to control charging events. These controls can be leveraged to provide grid services.” Learn more about managed charging in A Comprehensive Guide to Electric Vehicle Managed Charging. Share Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedIn About the Speakers Erika Myers Principal, Transportation Electrification, SEPA Erika H. Myers joined SEPA in 2015 and leads SEPA’s transportation electrification research. She has 16 years of experience in the clean energy sector and specializes in the nexus between the grid, electric vehicles, and renewable energy. Erika currently serves on an electric vehicle (EV) steering committee for the U.S. Department of Energy and is an EV advisor for the National Energy Foundation, a non-profit organization developing curriculum to increase EV literacy in K-12 schools. She was awarded the 2019 Public Utility Fortnightly “Fortnightly Under 40” award for her work on vehicle-grid integration. Prior to joining SEPA, Erika worked as a consultant with ICF International where she helped electric utilities and local governments develop EV readiness plans. She also served as the Renewable Energy Manager for the South Carolina Energy Office and was a Clean Cities Coordinator for the Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition. In these roles, she oversaw the development and execution of key state renewable energy and clean transportation policies, regulations, and grant programs. Erika has a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina with a specialization in clean energy and climate science. In her spare time, Erika volunteers for her city’s Energy Transition Subcommittee where she identified donations for the city’s first bank of public EV chargers. She also volunteers as a regular guest speaker for the Clean Energy Leadership Institute and mentors young professionals interested in a clean transportation career. Follow Erika Twitter LinkedIn Rolf Bienert Managing Director, OpenADR Alliance Rolf Bienert is the Managing & Technical Director of the OpenADR Alliance. In this capacity, Rolf oversees all general aspects as well as the technical developments of the Alliance. Before going independent, Rolf was the Technical Manager for Telecom and the Global Competence Center for emerging communication protocols at a large testing firm. In this role, Rolf was involved in many international standardization efforts and guided the company’s efforts in these areas. Rolf has been an active member of the NIST SGTCC, OpenADR Alliance, USNAP Alliance, SunSpec Alliance, ZigBee Alliance, and other organizations driving the development of new technologies with a specific focus on certification and interoperability. He holds an M.S. in Electrical Engineering -Telecommunications from the University of Applied Sciences in Saarbrücken, Germany. Brad Juhasz VP, Industry Solutions, EV Connect Brad Juhasz is an industry veteran with more than 15 years in the EV charging market. After stints in software product management and business development at Autodesk, he joined Aerovironment’s (AV) PosiCharge division in 2005 leading their software development team and architecting, developing and managing the industry’s first charge station management platform, PosiNET. After AV, Brad joined EV Connect as employee #1 and has led the company’s technology and product strategy for more than 10 years. In his current role as Vice President of Industry Solutions, Brad is responsible for assembling complete market solutions – including hardware, software and services – and consulting on technical solutions with key customers and partners. Eric Mallia General Manager, FleetCarma Eric Mallia has been the General Manager at FleetCarma since 2011 helping to grow the company from 5 to 50 employees. Later in 2019, FleetCarma merged its company with software giant, Geotab Inc. and in less than two years, the company’s SmartCharge Program that helps utilities profile and manage EV load through a variety of methods has grown from a client-base of 15 utility partners to 43 and continues to grow in North America and internationally. Eric is also a published author on energy management and electric vehicle topics in the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessments, Municipal World Magazine, and the National Post. Eric has informed EV policies in the public sector and his research has been presented at conferences and seminars in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Eric holds a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University. Drew Frye Project Manager, Electric Vehicle Evolution, TVA Drew Frye leads TVA’s Electric Vehicle Transformative Innovation initiative where he coordinates program and partnership development with EV stakeholders and regional Local Power Companies to remove the market barriers slowing EV adoption in the Tennessee Valley. These initiatives include charging infrastructure availability, consumer awareness and education, supportive policy development and vehicle availability and choice. Drew has served in TVA’s research organization for over nine years with focuses on various grid edge technologies such as Electric Transportation, Connected Devices, Demand Response/Load Management, Distributed Generation and others. He is an advisor to the Electric Power Research Institute where he interfaces with active utilities from across the country. Drew has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Science degree in Power Systems Engineering from UT Chattanooga. He lives in Chattanooga, TN with his wife Lauren and old daughter Lucie.