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Preparing Your Hometown for EVs
Rural towns and smaller municipalities have specific challenges when it comes to the installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. From power delivery and lack of community support to local availability of electric vehicles and overall lack of awareness; rural townships may face multiple roadblocks to the implementation of their charging infrastructure plans. In this webinar, experts from electrical Co-ops, regulated utilities, EVSE experts and Clean Cities coalitions will share case studies and best practices to help you avoid the pitfalls that can impede your plans for an effective and equitable charging infrastructure that fits the needs of your residents today and tomorrow.

Dec 9, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark Faulkenberry
Senior Manager, Member Relations @Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
No … Mark does not bleed orange. But he is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University where he graduated back in 1985 with a degree in Agriculture Engineering Technology. His new role in managing both Marketing & Member Relations is one specifically created to seek new and innovative ways to help shape and prepare Western Farmers’ and her 21 distribution cooperatives for the uncertain energy market that lies ahead. Mark has served in several roles at Western Farmers in his 18-year tenure. Prior to that he spent 15 years at one of Western Farmers distribution cooperatives, Alfalfa Electric Cooperative, where he served as Manager of Engineering and Key Accounts.
Ann Vail
Executive Director @Louisiana Clean Fuels
Adriane Jaynes
Alternative Fuels Planner @INCOG