Webinar The State of EV Managed Charging December 6, 2021 2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT 60 Minutes Register for Webinar Managing electric vehicle charging continues to gain interest from utilities, regulators, industry and some OEMs, but this novel concept still has a way to go before we see widespread adoption and meaningful impacts. This free SEPA webinar will cut through the hype by identifying recent advances and reviewing case studies outlined in the updated 2021 SEPA managed charging report, as well as analysis from industry thought leaders detailing next steps for the industry. Participants will learn: How Managed Charging has evolved since our 2019 report publication. A review of the 2021 utility survey on managed charging. Review of exemplary Managed Charging programs and projects (case studies from the report) Utility perspective on designing managed charging programs Solution provider perspective on delivering managed charging programs Share Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on LinkedIn About the Speakers Garrett Fitzgerald Senior Director, Research & Industry Strategy | Transportation Electrification, SEPA Garrett joined SEPA in 2021 as Principal, Electrification. He leads SEPAs work focused on the beneficial electrification of transportation and buildings. Garrett collaborates with the other SEPA focus area teams to help utilities and other stakeholders navigate a smooth transition to a highly electrified and low-carbon future. Prior to joining SEPA, Garrett spent 8 years working at Rocky Mountain Institute. While at RMI, he built and led the electricity program in India that works to accelerate the integration of electric vehicles and clean energy portfolios. During his tenure at RMI, Garrett managed the Fleet Electrification program, co-led the EV-Grid initiative, and was deeply engaged in work related to energy storage, distributed solar, and load flexibility. He has extensive expertise in technical and business model aspects of EV charging infrastructure, EV-specific tariff design, energy storage, and demand side flexibility. Garrett holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University and a MS and Ph.D. in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia University. Garrett is passionate about the environment and is an enthusiastic snowboarder, mountain biker, and general lover of the outdoors. He resides in the small town of Carbondale, Colorado with his wife Amy and his toddler son Noah. Stacy Noblet Sr Director, Transportation, ICF With more than 15 years of experience, Stacy is a transportation electrification specialist helping federal agencies, state and local governments, and utilities plan, design, and implement clean transportation strategies and programs. She has contributed to nationwide and local efforts to increase EV adoption through supportive infrastructure and policy development since modern-day EVs hit the roads a decade ago. Stacy leads EV readiness plans, utility EV charging program design and execution, regulatory and policy tracking, and outreach and engagement. Kevin Schwain Senior Director, Electric Vehicle Strategy, EnergyHub Kevin Schwain serves as Senior Director of Electric Vehicle Strategy at EnergyHub, helping enhance the company’s offerings in the fast-growing EV charging management category. Kevin spent more than a decade with Xcel Energy. Most recently he led the strategy, policy, and programming of the utility’s electric transportation efforts across their eight state footprint. While at Xcel Energy he designed and implemented more than 50 EV charging programs, giving him unique expertise in the needs and priorities of utilities and their customers as we all prepare for the impacts of widespread EV adoption. Kevin has graduate degrees in engineering and business from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gaurav Behal Manager, Utility Partnerships, ChargePoint Gaurav Behal manages utility partnerships at ChargePoint where he spends much of his time working with North American utilities in driving strategic decisions, designing & implementing customer-facing EV charging programs and business models with the aim to benefit the driver, site host, and the grid. Prior to ChargePoint, Gaurav gained extensive utility sector experience at two of Canada’s largest utilities where he led the development of Transportation Electrification strategic plan at Alectra Utilities (North America’s 2nd largest municipally owned utility) and held multiple progressive roles in Distribution Asset Management, Investment planning, Regulatory, and DER Project Management at Hydro One Networks, Ontario’s largest transmission & distribution utility. Gaurav holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Windsor, and is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng). Currently, he is pursuing a Business Management program at the University of Toronto. He can be reached via LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/gbehal. Joe Picarelli Senior Engineer, BGE Joe Picarelli, Sr. Engineer for BGE’s Utility of the Future team. Joe is an engineer focused on developing innovative solutions to the challenges associated with climate change, the large-scale adoption of EVs and the impact to the distribution and transmission system. Joseph Vellone Head of North America, ev.energy Joseph leads ev.energy’s managed charging programs with utilities including National Grid, Southern Company, and Madison Gas & Electric. A veteran of the energy industry, Joseph has been with ev.energy since its launch in 2018 and runs its North America business managing relationships with utilities, vehicle OEMs and charger manufacturers. A veteran of the energy industry, Joseph previously worked as a management consultant in the Boston Consulting Group’s energy and environment practice. He holds an MSc in Energy Economics from the London School of Economics and a BA in Public Policy from Princeton.