Do you run a fleet or hire fleets and are interested in learning if light, medium and heavy-duty EVs will work in your operations? Are you thinking about offering EV charging stations at your company? Do you want to want to know more about the policy needs that are related to transportation electrification and best practices for consumer education?


 If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions, this track is for you!

Tuesday, September 25 - 10:00 AM

Full Speed Ahead: Best Practices, Policies & Program Models for EV Charging

Learn about the best practices with utility, EV programs, regulator and utility policy and the additional policy adoption at the state and local levels. Discover the critical steps that must occur to ensure that the system can take advantage of EVs as flexible load to provide benefits to the grid and all utility customers.


  • Phil Jones, Executive Director, Alliance for Transportation Electrification, Moderator

  • Joe Halso, Associate Attorney, Sierra Club

  • Ryan Houk, Manager, Smart City  Program Management, AEP Ohio

  • Stephanie Seki, PhD, Senior Policy Analyst, Atlas Policy

  • Brendan McEwen, Sustainability Manager, City of Richmond, British Columbia

Tuesday, September 25 - 2:00 PM

Removing Roadblocks: Eliminating Barriers & Accelerating Consumer Adoption

Learn about the strategies and tactics that organizations are implementing to increase consumer adoption of EVs and how they are leveraging enthusiastic users to move the needle.


  • Brendan Kelley, Director of Drive Electric Ohio, Clean Fuels Ohio, Moderator

  • Sophie Shulman, Manager of Partnerships & Business Development, Electrify America, LLC

  • Michael Arbuckle, Senior Manager of EV Sales & Marketing Strategy, Nissan North America

  • Natalia Swalnick, Director of Electric Vehicle & Smart Mobility Programs, Electrification Coaltion

  • Lorrie Lisek, Executive Director, Wisconsin Clean Cities

Wednesday, September 26 - 8:30 AM

Current Trends: Steps for Successful EV Charging Deployments

Gain insight on how much EV charging ,what type and where it’s needed, Learn about the best practices for these deployments to ensure sites hosts and EV owners benefit from this new infrastructure. and lessons learned from successful EV charging programs at all types of sites.


  • John Gartner, Director (Energy), Navigant Consulting, Inc., Moderator

  • Eric Wood, Vehicle Systems Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

  • Sophie Shulman, Manager of Partnerships & Business Development, Electrify America, LLC

  • Jeffrey Lehman, P.E., Customer Energy Solutions Lead, American Electric Power (AEP)

Hear about the plans of several fleet leaders as well as their successes and lessons they've learned so far. Take away helpful information about charging infrastructure strategy, selection of use cases to reap financial benefits, and training programs for technicians and EV users.



  • Matt Stephens-Rich, Electric Vehicle Specialist, Electrification Coalition, Moderator

  • Robert McGuire, Vice President, Director of Logistics, Alpha Baking Company

  • Kelly Reagan, Fleet Administrator, City of Columbus, Ohio

  • Morgan Kauffman, Chief Executive Officer & Owner, Yellow Cab of Columbus

  • Geoffrey Hobin, Capital Program Administrator, Transit Authority of River City (Louisville)

Wednesday, September 26 - 10:15 AM

The Winner Circle:  EV Deployment Case Studies from Fleet Leaders

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