Join NCAC-USAEE and TeraWatt's David Schlosberg to discuss "Building the commercial EV infrastructure of tomorrow, today: energy, economics and policy considerations"
The steady uptake of personal passenger EVs will soon be surpassed by commercial fleets, across light, medium and heavy duty electric vehicles. Corporate America is leading the way with the procurement and deployment of electric vehicles, but securing reliable, sufficient EV charging infrastructure requires capital and expertise that is not the purpose and competency of most EV adopting organizations. Local electric grids are not ready to support the magnitude of power capacity required for this transition, especially in a timeline that aligns seamlessly with vehicle deliveries. Fortunately, the Investment in Infrastructure & Jobs Act (IIJA) is entering the design and implementation phase in order to close the gap between vehicle and charging infrastructure availability.
TeraWatt Infrastructure is an EV infrastructure project developer and long term owner of high-powered charging for commercial fleets. In this webinar, David Schlosberg, VP of Solutions at TeraWatt, will discuss the opportunity and challenge of scaling EV charging infrastructure across the country - including powering up the grid, deploying distributed energy systems, advancing regulatory policy and establishing new business models in transportation. David will also address the opportunities for transportation electrification afforded by the IIJA, and the role the private sector will play in building out the necessary infrastructure of the future.
David Schlosberg is the VP of Solutions at TeraWatt Infrastructure, where he is responsible for development and deployment of high-powered EV charging depot services and technology solutions for commercial fleets. In addition, he oversees policy initiatives to support a national site development portfolio. Previously, he served as the head of eMobility energy services for Enel X North America, where he led participation in energy and environmental markets, load management programs for electric utilities and smart charging partnerships with electric vehicle automakers. Prior to that, he was a Principal within Google’s Access & Energy division. David also held PPA origination, project development and regulatory affairs roles at BrightSource Energy, a provider of large scale solar thermal power plants. David received his MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
This event is free to NCAC-USAEE members. The Zoom link will be at the very bottom of the confirmation email from NCAC-USAEE, after you register. Non-members can sign up for membership at: https://www.ncac-usaee.org/membership and then sign-up for the event on the website calendar. 2022 membership entitles participation for the remainder of the year.