T02-S03 It's Rush Hour for EV Infrastructure Planning!  

Education Type: 
Live On-Site
1.5 hours
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (ET)

Cincinnati, OH

0.2 CEU

Electric vehicles (EVs) will soon be taking over ground transportation within the federal government – will you and your facilities be ready? This session addresses requirements definition (How many charging stations are needed? What types? Where should they be located?), site assessments associated with electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) deployment, and how facility electric infrastructure will be impacted. Learn about managed charging and how it influences EV infrastructure planning. Find out how EVSE intersects with facility resilience and current missions. Get ideas regarding cyber security considerations associated with EVSE software and “future proofing” as EV policy evolves.


Jay Wrobel, Manager, Facility & Fleet Optimization, Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP)

Cabell Hodge, Federal Fleet Project Leader, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Brandon Newell, Founder, DCI Next

Thomas Berton, Director, eMobility & Electrical Infrastructure Group, ABM Industries, Inc.

Brian Lally, Corporate Energy Manager, Army Air Force Exchange Service

Jennifer Potts, Program Manager III / COR II, U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this session attendees will:

  • Identify the federal mandates associated with electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure;
  • Identify the requirements definition process;
  • Identify how EV charging requirements can be met;
  • Recognize the importance of “managed charging” in the establishment of charging protocols; and
  • Recognize how cyber security requirements can affect charging station installation.
Federal Agencies and Facility Criteria: