FEBRUARY 14-16, 2023 | Long Beach, CA   Register Now

Charging Infrastructure and Business Models for Vehicle Fleets, Including Trucks, Buses, and Autonomous Light Vehicles

04 Feb 2020
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Room 9
Maggie Alexander

Apparent Inc.

Paula Mints

Solar PV Market Research

Ram Ambatipudi

EV Connect

Jacob Marshall

Power Electronics

Andrew Christian

Nikola Corporation

By 2030, roughly one-quarter of all cars and light trucks on the road will be EVs, including hybrids and fully electric vehicles. The rise of EVs is part of a broader shift toward electricity as the fuel of choice for mobility—known as transportation electrification (TE). This change includes not only the development of EVs but also the modification of infrastructure, such as roadways and ports, to allow charging. This session will showcase existing and future concepts of a charging infrastructure enabling business models designed to manage such vehicle fleets.

Apparent’s Zero-Emission Electric Bus Charging Program | Presented by: Maggie Alexander
Solar Powered EV Charging – A Match Made in Solar Heaven | Presented by: Paula Mints
How to deploy, operate, and maintain an EV fleet from a single screen | Presented by: Ram Ambatipudi
HD Charging Infrastructure Design | Presented by: Jacob Marshall and Andrew Christian

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