Free Webinar Series: Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure for Multifamily & Commercial Properties, May 31, June 27, 12-2 pm PT & July 25

  • 31 May 2024
  • Start time : 12:00 PM
  • End time : 02:00 PM
  • Event Host : Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
Free Webinar:  Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure for Multifamily and Commercial Properties (2 part series), May 31, 12-2 pm
Event Description

This electric vehicle training (EV) webinar is intended for building owners, designers, builders and developers, and architects seeking information on EV charging and best practices on how to install EV charging stations in commercial and multi-family buildings. It will provide a brief overview of the EV market, discuss 101 of EV charging infrastructure with use cases, and provide a high-level overview of the process to design and install EV charging infrastructure. Industry experts will join this session and provide participants with an overview of the EV market, market insights on EV charging infrastructure, and examples of EV charging installations.

The objective of this course is that at the conclusion, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the basics about electric vehicles and their key metrics
  • Describe different types of charging hardware and relevant power levels
  • Explain the basics about electric vehicle charging equipment and the installation process
  • Describe high level industry best practices when designing and installing EV charging infrastructure in commercial and multifamily buildings

    Part II is June 27:
    Part III is on July 25: 

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  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
  • Agenda
    • - Introduction and safety message
      - EV 101: Brief overview of the EV market: Definition and examples of electric cars; the difference between alternative and direct current; how to measure battery size and driving range; typical energy and power consumption profile of an electric vehicle; key considerations about electric cars when planning for EV charging infrastructure
      - EV charging 101: Infrastructure overview: Use cases for EV charging - shared, dedicated, corridor/fast charging; EV supply equipment market overview - types of chargers, cost estimates; the purpose of managed EV charging; vehicle-to-building and vehicle-to-grid applications
      - Designing and installing EV charging infrastructure: A high level overview of the process to design and install EV charging infrastructure; how to determine charging infrastructure power requirements; examples of EV charging infrastructure options for commercial and multifamily properties; future proofing EV charging installations - common pitfalls and key reminders
      - Questions and Answers
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Adrian Gomez

      Adrian Gomez has a decade of experience in the electric mobility market and has assessed over 15,000 fleet vehicles for electrification. Prior to becoming a co-founder at EVRF, he helped over 4,000 people learn about and adopt electric vehicles. Adrian also developed a unique insight into the EV industry after being a key contributor to Lucid Motors’ $1 billion USD fundraise and after helping one of Canada’s largest electric utilities launch its EV business. Adrian loves to educate people and has logged 670+ hours of public speaking experience after teaching more than 560 post-secondary students.

      Igor Lukac

      Igor Lukac, a licensed Professional Engineer, discovered his passion for electric vehicles while building a solar-powered electric car with a team of engineers. Since then, his engineering firm has helped clients throughout North America to deploy renewable energy projects. Igor holds two degrees, one in Integrated Engineering and one in Business Administration with a specialization in finance. As a co-founder at EVRF, Igor is very effective at presenting EV related technical topics in a credible and approachable manner.

      Neill Sturgess

      Director of Programs at EV Re-Fleet Neill is a passionate learning and development professional with over 15 years of experience in the field. His focus is to make end-to-end authentic, relevant and engaging training experiences for all learners. He has designed, facilitated and implemented over 100+ lessons for over 4000+ learners throughout his career to date. Prior to starting as the Director of Programs at EV Re-Fleet, Neill led learning and development programs at several health tech startups, FreshBooks and at Apple.
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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