Created January 2016

Produced for Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo

Webinar Description:

With electric vehicles now finally moving past the “early adopter stage,” we find ourselves confronted with major infrastructure challenges that would otherwise make “fueling” these vehicles easy, convenient, and habitual. This complimentary one-hour webinar will highlight what we can expect from the electric vehicle charging infrastructure industry, including issues of “roaming” and being able to pay by credit card; pricing structures; challenges and the promise of inductive charging; and fleet applications.

Register today to learn from the nation’s premiere electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) companies:

  • ChargePoint – This EVSE company is the world’s largest and “most open” electric vehicle (EV) charging network with over 25,200 locations.
  • ClipperCreek – This company manufactures EVSE for residential, fleet and workplace and public electric vehicle charging, offering reliable, powerful electric vehicle charging stations that are Made in America.

Closing Remarks:

  • ROEV – This Electric Vehicle (EV) industry trade association focuses on adopting and promoting universal industry standards to provide accessible and convenient EV charging across multiple charging stations and charging networks.

Speakers:

  • David Peterson, Director of Utility Solutions & Fleet Solutions, ChargePoint
    As director of Utility Solutions & Fleet Solutions, David manages utility and fleet-related business and product development. David joined ChargePoint from Nissan where he led EV market development and charging infrastructure strategy, which included fleet and workplace programs. He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree in Transportation Planning & Policy from UCLA where he focused on new value creation at the intersection of mobility and energy.
  • Will Barrett, Sales Manager, ClipperCreek
    Will Barrett is the sales manager for ClipperCreek, Inc. He managed the Reconnect California Grant program funded by the California Energy Commission and ClipperCreek, resulting in the installation of more than 750 EVSEs at over 300 sites in California. As an expert on EVSE infrastructure and the electric vehicle market, Will’s primary focus is on customer education. He is also an electric vehicle enthusiast and drives a Fiat 500e.