On-Demand Webinar

Revving Up Utility Programs to Fuel EVs at Scale

Webinar

Revving Up Utility Programs to Fuel EVs at Scale

Date: Thursday, June 25, 2020
Time: 10:00-10:45 a.m. PDT (1:00-1:45 p.m. EDT)

Electrification of the transportation sector presents an enormous opportunity for electric utilities with the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) predicted to create $3 to $10 billion in new value for the average utility by 2030. But with an estimated 18 million EVs on the road in the next ten years requiring more than nine million charging points, it also presents challenges to utilities. Successfully capitalizing on this opportunity while minimizing utility risk requires a clear EV vision and a holistic, scalable approach to EV program management.

A comprehensive EV strategy will include customer engagement and education, efficient program administration and sharing of data across your organization to support critical planning and operations requirements. In this 45-minute webinar, you’ll learn how to:
  • Increase customer satisfaction by guiding customers along their EV journey, including how and when to charge their EVs.
  • Adapt to growing EV adoption, and changing regulations and marketplace conditions with flexible, automated EV program management tools.
  • Avoid challenges posed by unplanned EV adoption with methods and best practices for predicting EV adoption to aid in rate design and grid planning.
Register now for this webinar and learn how you can rev up your EV programs with evAPP™, an end-to-end SaaS solution that will scale to meet your most demanding EV program needs.

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About the Speakers

Brian Boler
Lead Product Manager

As a lead product manager, Brian manages the strategy and roadmap of the WattPlan® product line. Brian works closely with electric utilities and their customers to understand the challenges they face when planning for new energy technologies such as electric vehicles, rooftop solar, community solar, battery storage and more. Brian brings a balanced business and technical skillset that empowers his team of software engineers, designers and data analysts to develop solutions that simplify complex energy decisions.

Prior to joining Clean Power Research, Brian co-founded companies in the beverage and agriculture technology spaces, and worked on product and market development at Infinia Corporation. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University.
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Caitlin Prager
Lead Product Manager

As a lead product manager, Caitlin manages the overall product strategy for PowerClerk®. In this role, Caitlin works closely with utilities and their partners to add efficiency and insights into a diverse range of utility programs through automated software solutions. Caitlin leverages her background in program strategy, design and operations to work across the organization and deliver a best-in-class product trusted by more than 40 utilities. She is passionate about putting automation and flexibility into the hands of utility business managers.

Caitlin’s prior experience includes extensive work in energy efficiency program management. She spent time in roles of increasing responsibility at Consolidated Edison and supported the design and implementation of numerous utility programs while working for ICF and CLEAResult. Caitlin holds a B.S. from the University of Delaware in Resource Economics and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

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Brian Boler
Lead Product Manager

Caitlin Prager
Lead Product Manager