With Executive Order 14057 directing zero emission vehicle adoption within the federal government and the proliferation of electric vehicle (EV) ownership throughout the federal workforce, providing on-campus EV charging is quickly growing in importance. However, EV charging stations and associated infrastructure will add requirements to an already underfunded operations, maintenance, and repair budget. One of the solutions is to have a third party responsible for providing, managing, and maintaining the charging infrastructure. Learn about the benefits and challenges of EV charging-as-a-service or fleet-as-a-service to include how charging infrastructure can be obtained without capital investment, rate development and allocation, impact of utilities privatization providers, and financing.
Suresh Jayanthi, Sr. Director | Sales & Business Development, Mobility Solutions, NextEra Energy Resources
Seema Aziz-Hall, Installation Energy Policy & Programs, US Air Force
Scott Foster, Managing Director, Bostonia Partners, LLC
John Baxter, Principal, ACRUX Development
Sandy Kline, Director Installation Resilience, Assistant Secretary of the Navy- Energy, Installations & Environment
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify the federal mandates associated with electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure;
- Recognize challenges associated with government ownership of EV charging infrastructure;
- Identify potential deal structures to address EV charging as a service;
- Recognize factors associated with EV charging rate development; and
- Identify real estate aspects for charging as a service and how they can be addressed.