Transportation Electrification Infrastructure – Technology, Installation & Ownership

2nd UIC Workshop on Beneficial Electrification of Transportation

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Monday, May 18th, 1:00pm to 2:30pm CDT  &  Monday June, 15th, 1:00pm to 3:00pm CDT

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Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Workshop

The 2nd UIC Workshop on Beneficial Electrification of Transportation will focus on Transportation Electrification Infrastructure – Technology, Installation & Ownership.

National & Industry Perspectives - May 18, 2020

Photos of the four speakers and their affiliations

SPEAKER BIOS

Agenda

1:00 – 1:05 pm                        Welcome and Introductory Remarks
1:05 – 2:05 pm                        Panel Presentations
2:05 – 2:25 pm                        Moderated Discussion / Q&A
2:25 – 2:30 pm                        Breakout Session Selection & Closing Remarks

National & Industry Perspectives Program

Dan Bowermaster, EPRI – A Look at the US Electric Vehicle Charging Market

Alexander Keros, General Motors – GM EV Infrastructure  – An Ecosystem Approach

Thomas Wallner, Argonne National Laboratory – Challenges and Opportunities with Vehicle Fast Charging

Kevin Miller, ChargePoint – Best Practices for EV Infrastructure Investments & Utility Program Design

Moderator – Dr. Elizabeth Kócs, UIC Energy Initiative – Welcome & Introductions for National & Industry Perspectives Program

May 18th National & Industry Perspectives Webinar Recording

 

Questions for Speakers

Questions for the speakers can be posted in the chat session or submit your questions on the Q&A Form in advance or during the session.

Q&A FORMhttps://go.uic.edu/UICEVMAY18_QUESTIONS

Breakout Discussion Groups

Sign up here for the Infrastructure breakout discussion groups: https://go.uic.edu/UICEVMAYJUNE_GROUPS

Customer & Utility Perspectives - June 15, 2020

Part Two – Customer & Utility Perspectives on June 15th comprises of two panels: Customer Perspectives (1:00-2:00pm CDT) & Utility Perspectives (2:00-3:00pm CDT.) More information can be found below.

June 15th Customer & Utility Perspectives Webinar Recording

 

Opening Speaker photo and information

Opening Remarks

Terry Travis, Co-Founder of EVNoire – Mobility Intelligence Consulting Group & Founder of EVHybridNoire

Coding Equity into the DNA of EV Projects

SPEAKER BIO

June 15th Customer & Utility Perspectives Webinar Recording

Customer Perspectives Program

Photos of the three speakers and their affiliations

Customer Perspectives Program – 1:00 – 2:00 pm

Christopher Schmidt, IDOT IDOT on Connected Mobility, Electrification & I-80 Corridor
Edith Makra, Metropolitan Mayors CaucusMunicipal EV Readiness: Fleets & Communities
Megha Lakhchaura, EVBoxSmart, Scalable Charging Solutions

Moderator – Dr. Elizabeth Kócs, UIC Energy Initiative – Welcome & Introductions for Customer & Utility Perspectives Panels

SPEAKER BIOS

Agenda

1:00 pm      Welcome & Introductory Remarks for 1st Panel
1:05 pm      Customer Perspectives Presentations
1:35 pm      Moderated Discussion / Q&A
2:00 pm     Transition to 2nd Panel

June 15th Customer & Utility Perspectives Webinar Recording

Utility Perspectives Program

Photos of the three speakers and their affiliations

Utility Perspectives Program – 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Michael Abba, Ameren Illinois – Ameren Illinois Perspective on Electric Transportation Infrastructure
Philip Roy, ComEd – Beneficial Electrification: A Critical Strategy to Secure Illinois’ Future
Andrew Lewis, MidAmerican – Addressing Barriers to EV Adoption

Moderator – Dr. Elizabeth Kócs, UIC Energy Initiative – Welcome & Introductory Remarks for Customer & Utility Perspectives Panels

SPEAKER BIOS

Agenda
2:00 pm      Introductory Remarks for 2nd Panel
2:05 pm      Utility Perspectives Presentations
2:35 pm      Moderated Discussion / Q&A
2:55 pm      Closing Remarks
3:00 pm      Program Concludes

June 15th Customer & Utility Perspectives Webinar Recording

 

Questions for Speakers

Questions for the speakers can be posted in the chat session or submit your questions on the Q&A Form in advance or during the session.

Q&A FORMhttps://go.uic.edu/UICEVJUNE15_QUESTIONS

Breakout Discussion Groups

Sign up here for the Infrastructure breakout discussion groups: https://go.uic.edu/UICEVMAYJUNE_GROUPS

Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Workshop

The transportation electrification transition necessitates addressing a wide range of issues and developing pathways for a successful transition. The first workshop on Consumers & Social Equity in Transportation Electrification laid the foundation through a social equity and consumer lens to ensure that the benefits of transportation electrification are shared equitably across all consumers. The next step is to identify infrastructure needs from technology, installation and ownership perspectives in order to better understand the capabilities, limitations and opportunities of charging infrastructure for advancing transportation electrification for the state.

Transportation technologies are essential to achieving state-level renewable energy, air quality, and climate change goals, and working with utilities to achieve these goals through provision of rebates, rates, charging infrastructure, and vehicle-grid integration technologies can and should be considered. The state should provide guidance and/or actions on: determining how much and what type of charging infrastructure is needed and where it should be located, improving regional coordination around infrastructure corridors, and deciding who should invest in the charging infrastructure.

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Transportation Electrification Infrastructure –  Technology, Installation & Ownership