E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure

December 04 - 06, 2019 
Detroit, MI.

PRE-CONFERENCE FOCUS DAY

8:00 am - 8:30 am REGISTRATION AND MORNING BREAKFAST

8:30 am - 10:30 am WORKSHOP A FUTURE PROOFING EV CHARGING TO MAKE MOBILITY A NET ASSET TO THE GRID

Erika Myers - Research Director, Smart Power Alliance
With the advent and proliferation of green energy it is time to re-explore
the relationships between energy and electric vehicles. In this session
we will discuss the relationships between energy production, the grid
and electric vehicles and how future grids will look in relation to this new
dynamic.
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Erika Myers

Research Director
Smart Power Alliance

10:45 am - 12:45 pm WORKSHOP B: CREATING EV MOBILE CITIES THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS

Tim Slusser - Director, Smart Mobility Initiatives, NextEnergy
It is in the best interest of city authorities to encourage EV usage to
benefit the health of their citizens and the environment. With range
anxiety being the key reason why people do not invest in cleaner
greener cars, the best way for cities to encourage their usage is
by making EVs chargeable through the city. In this case study we
will look at the latest models Cities are using to keep their electric
transportation powered.
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Tim Slusser

Director, Smart Mobility Initiatives
NextEnergy

12:45 pm - 1:30 pm LUNCH

1:30 pm - 4:00 pm WORKSHOP C: CREATING A FUTURE WHERE IN-ROAD CHARGING IS A REALITY

Kevin Leary - CEO, Power Hydrant
In-road charging represents a unique opportunity for major expansion
of the mobility of EVs. While the early technology exists for this to
be a reality, there are many hurdles that must be overcome for the
realization of this space-age feature. In this session you will learn
about the technology as it exists and what your organization can do to
prepare for it as it becomes practically usable.
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Kevin Leary

CEO
Power Hydrant

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm END OF PRE-CONFERENCE FOCUS DAY!