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Driving Transportation Electrification Initiatives

Tuesday, May 19, 10:30 a.m. Mountain time

Thank you for your interest in this Utility Exchange Web Series. This is a 1-hour conversation with just a few Powerpoint slides.

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Learn how utilities, government agencies, and solution providers are developing and implementing programs and activities to achieve the State of Colorado's ambitious goal of 940,000 EVs on the road by 2030. This Snapshot Panel will offer insight on what has already been accomplished, offer an overview of planning underway with a focus on the role of utilities, and take a shallow dive into topics and challenges utilities continue to face in transportation electrification. Each presenter will offer a snapshot of these session that they will present in greater detail at the 14th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange this fall:

  • Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan
  • Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Research
  • Transit and Commercial Vehicle Electrification
  • When Customers and Utilities Win: Combining Time-of-Use rates with Managed EV Charging Mechanisms
  • Electric Vehicle Rates, Rewards, and Rebates — A Review of What Is Working and What Is Not
  • Electrifying Transportation in Colorado: Moving Ahead for a Better State of Charge 
  • Driving the Experience Electric Road Show

Snapshot Panelists

Zach OwensZach Owens
Colorado Energy Office
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Christian WillissChristian Williss
Colorado Energy Office
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Katie ParkinsonKatie Parkinson
Apex Analytics
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Eric MalliaEric Mallia
FleetCarma – a division of Geotab
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Stefan JohnsonStefan Johnson
Clean Energy Economy for the Region
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Andrew MeitzAndrew Meintz
National Renewable Energy Lab
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Stacey SimmsStacey Simms
Xcel Energy
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    Ed Thomas, PLMACo-moderator
Ed Thomas
UtilityExchange.org
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Tiger AdolfCo-moderator
Tiger Adolf
UtilityExchange.org
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This Utility Exchange Web Series edition will follow this 90-minute format:

  • Snapshot Panel
    Up to 6 presentations of up to 5 minutes each on this “hot topic” (up to 30 minutes)

  • Industry Discussion
    Questions and comments between presenters and all webinar registration (up to 30 minutes)

  • Utility Exchange
    Candid roundtable among only those webinar registrants who are with a private, public or cooperative-owner utility. All other attendees will be dismissed before this portion of the agenda begins. (up to 30 minutes)

Recordings of the Snapshot Panel and Industry Discussion will be made available to anyone at no charge via the UtilityExchange website and all podcast platforms. The utility-only portion of the agenda will not be recorded or transcribed to respect the confidentiality of the participants.

Who should attend?
This content is intended for staff representatives of energy and water utilities, government agencies, and solution providers who are responsible for the design and delivery of customer-centric utility programs, including resource efficiency, load management/growth, distributed energy, and customer/member service operations.

Can't make this date/time?
Register anyway to automatically receive the webinar recording. Registrants may choose to participate in "real-time" via a webcall platform or listen afterward from a podcast platform.


The Utility Exchange Web Series is designed to keep utility customer program professionals connected over the next few months ahead of the 14th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange set for Sept. 29 – Oct. 2, 2020 in Aspen, Colorado. Every fall since 2007, the Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange has facilitated an in-person-only networking and professional development conference for staff representatives of energy and water utilities and allies serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for the design and delivery of customer-centric utility programs, including resource efficiency, load management/growth, distributed energy, and customer/member service operations.

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