Drawing on its experience in the transportation and utilities sectors and on our work to advance the energy efficiency and public policy benefits of electric vehicles, ACEEE is hosting a one-day convening focused on helping utilities develop EV policies and practices. Utilities will learn how to broaden support for EVs from a full range of stakeholders by maximizing the economic, environmental, consumer, and other societal benefits of EVs. Participants will create connections across disciplines and will learn about new tools to enact promising EV-grid integration practices that address key challenges. National in scope, this conference is located in Atlanta to help highlight current developments in the southeast.
Likely participants: utilities, national and regional EV stakeholders such as vehicle manufacturers, EV advocates, state and local policymakers, and regulators.
Accommodations are available at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center for $199/night. The cut-off deadline for the reduced rate has been extended to October 22, 2018. Each guest must make their own reservations by calling: 404-838-2100 or 1-800-706-2899.