Free May 25 Summit - Super-Charged: Electric Vehicles & Future Trends

Super-Charged: Electric Vehicles & Future Trends


Wednesday, May 25, 2022
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
* Registration open until 5/25/22 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
* Registration open until 5/25/22 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
#IPMI2022: Register here

Driving Electrification in the Parking, Transportation, and Mobility Industry

IPMI members register for free for this half-day virtual event. Our virtual Mobility & Innovation Summit, dedicated to spearheading the transition to electric vehicles, featuring: 

  • Fundamentals and practical knowledge
  • Financing strategies and federal and state incentives
  • Policies and programs designed for EVs and charging infrastructure
  • Essentials for fleet deployment and customer charging
  • Best practices for short and long-term planning for EVs in operations
  • Case studies of innovative pilots and programs, including emerging battery technology and the relationship between EVs and the transition to more advanced automation.

Are you interested in pursuing CAPP?

This free member summit offers 4 CAPP Points towards your application or recertification. CAPP Track is perfect for any professional who would like to pursue the industry’s leading credential.  Free to all members who want to learn more about CAPP, sign up for CAPP Track, and we'll be in touch with guidance, events like SuperCharged, and more.  No matter where you are in your career–from the seasoned professional to those just beginning their careers in parking, transportation, and mobility–CAPP Track offers the knowledge and education you need to get ready for certification.

Super-Charged Agenda 

12:00 - 12:10 PM ET

Opening and Welcome

Presented by Ben Davee, FLASH.

12:15 - 1:15 PM ET

Keynote Conversation: An Electrified Future

Presented by Andrew Duvall, PhD .and Stanley Young, P.E. PhD., National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and moderated by Robert Ferrin, CAPP, City of Columbus and IPMI Board of Directors.

Join us for an interactive and insightful conversation discussing the most progressive technologies and pilot programs in the parking, transportation, and mobility industry.  Our panelists will share case studies of innovation in mobility, electric vehicle and charging trends, the role of fleets, and the path to a more autonomous future.

  • Explore the current state of the market and discuss programs that provide insight into the future of the industry.
  • Examine on-the-ground realities and barriers to widespread electrification and automation.
  • Review pilots and programs creating new opportunities in the industry.
  • Determine how these examples provide a glimpse into an electrified and automated future.

1:30 - 2:30 PM

Nuts, Bolts, Plugs and Chargers: Implementation and Best Practices for EV Programs

Presented by Schuyler Poukish, Founder and Partner at Livingston Energy Group and Lynkwell Inc.

This session will share insights into the fundamentals of launching (or expanding) your EV charging resources and programs.  Schulyler Poukish will offer an operational baseline to set you up for success, and share the on-the-ground realities and challenges of programs and charging infrastructure. 

  • Understand the fundamental elements of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and management systems.
  • Discuss your operational needs in relation to launching or expanding your programming for EVs.
  • Explore facility requirements, utility needs, and coordination with related stakeholders to set your program up for success.
  • Examine barriers to adoption and implementation as well as future opportunities.

2:45-3:45 PM ET

Show Me the Money: Grants, Funding, Incentives and ROI

Presented by Matthew Stephens-Rich of the Electrification Coalition.

Matthew Stephens-Rich offers a comprehensive perspective on the ROI of implementing EV charging for your operation.  The funding vehicles and strategies to launch specific investments in EVs and the required infrastructure to support them are both varied and complex.  Find out how to navigate this process with your team, staff, and various stakeholders.

  • Discuss budgetary requirements, capital needs and planning, and the specifics of funding mechanisms for specific projects and programs.  
  • Examine different funding mechanisms and strategies through a series of project examples.
  • Share best practices for planning for a financially successful investment in or expansion of your EV charging infrastructure.
  • Explore federal, state, and local incentive programs available and get insight on best practices to secure funding for speciaized projects. 

4:00 - 5:00 PM ET

Closing Panel: Driving Change: Pushing the Envelope on Electric Vehicles

Presented by Marie-France Laurin, Stantec; and Kameale Terry, ChargerHelp!. Moderated by Anthony Broad-Crawford, FLASH.

Join us for a powerful conversation addressing the wide-ranging impacts of electrification and how to plan cities, campuses, and destinations that serve these distinct communities.  Our panelists will provide a comprehensive perspective on planning and adapting development to serve our communities by providing access to multi-modal transportation options that create a more efficient and seamless transportation network. From planning to program development through implementation and management – the drive to electrification will be both complex and interdisciplinary.

  • Discuss how emerging trends will disrupt planning, architecture, and real estate development as we know it.
  • Address considerations for creating flexible and adaptable communities, places, and transportation systems that serve charging demographics.
  • Shift your focus from the current state of the market to a future-focused approach that requires long-term planning and implementation, to not only install, but maintain and manage infrastructure.
  • Examine new opportunities and technologies on the horizon and develop a fundamental understanding of how these will interact with the built environment.


Your SuperCharged Speakers 

Anthony Broad-Crawford
Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President
FLASH
Anthony Broad-Crawford is an experienced technology executive with 17+ years of experience scaling SaaS, enterprise, and consumer marketplace technology companies. Additionally, Anthony has launched several award-winning mobile apps featured at WWDC, Google I/O, and CES throughout his tenure. Further, Anthony has brought several patents receiving technologies and algorithms to the security, search, and mobility markets. At FLASH, Anthony is a CTO & SVP of technology overseeing PARCS, Valet, Computer Vision, and Electric Vehicle/Energy divisions. 
Anthony's recommended resource:
Mobility in 2022 will be different. Parking trends and the direction of mobility technologies indicate that the year ahead is all about evolution. Read 4 Trends for Parking and Mobility in 2022 to find out more.

Ben Davee
General Manager & Executive Vice President
Electric Vehicle Charging and Mobility Services Division
FLASH
Ben Davee is the General Manager & EVP for the Electric Vehicle Charging and Mobility Services Division at FLASH. Ben manages the Mobility Services team and oversees strategy, implementation, sales, and operations for the Division. A combat veteran, Ben served as an officer in the United States Navy SEAL Teams for eight years, deploying to Afghanistan. After departing the military, Ben worked at Bain & Company as a Management Consultant focused on the technology sector. Following Bain, he was leader at a "smart city" startup before its acquisition by Motorola Solutions. Ben earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Ben's recommended resource:
“Revolution” is a strong word. The growing mass adoption of electric vehicles is nothing short of a revolution toward sustainable mobility and for the parking industry at large. Read Parking’s Role in the Mobility EV Revolution.

Andrew Duvall, PhD
Transportation Behavior Analyst
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Dr. Andrew Duvall is a transportation behavior analyst in the Center for Integrated Mobility Sciences at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. He serves as project lead for micro-mobility research in the US Department of Energy’s SMART Mobility efforts to understand emerging transportation trends. His work centers on emerging technologies and practices, including behavioral adoption, mobility electrification, automated mobility, e-scooters, e-bikes, and how to foster energy and emissions improvements for communities. Dr. Duvall leads projects within the DOE Technologist in Community program, supporting positive energy and mobility outcomes in workforce and rural contexts.
Andy's recommended resource:


Robert Ferrin, CAPP
Assistant Director for Parking Services
City of Columbus, Department of Public Service
Robert Ferrin, CAPP and his team oversee all aspects of public parking and curb management for the City of Columbus. Robert spearheaded numerous smart city efforts, including curb management and electrification programming, coordinating with multiple City departments to implement these innovative initiatives through Smart Columbus.
Robert is a member of the IPMI Board of Directors. He serves as the co-chair of the Research & Innovation Task Force, leading multiple initiatives including the IPMI Mobility Framework, the Curb Management Glossary, and electrification working group.
Robert's recommended resource:
Check out the Smart Columbus project for information on electrification projects in the City.


Marie-France Laurin, MBA, TDM-CP
Director of Business Development
Generation AV, Stantec Autonomy 
Marie-France Laurin leads outreach and collaboration for Stantec GenerationAV™, Stantec autonomous vehicle (AV) consulting arm focused on accelerating the adoption of AVs.
Marie-France believes in the power of AVs and the new mobility ecosystem to enhance communities through improved accessibility and affordability. Passionate about a new mobility world, Marie-France has spent most of her career exploring mobility trends, the technologies and providers, and the synergies between them, and enabling teams to work toward bringing a common vision to life.
Marie's recommended resource:

Schuyler Poukish
Founder and Partner
Livingston Energy Group 

Schuyler Poukish leads Livingston Energy Group to cooperatively provide end-to-end services and software solutions for deploying EV charging stations including site design, provisioning equipment, finance and incentive support, installation, and ongoing network management. The Livingston Charge Port network is operating EV charging stations at workplaces, multifamily, retail, and government locations through cooperative contract awards, utility partnerships, and incentive program approvals.  After completing his studies at NYU for an MS in Applied Urban Science and Informatics, Schuyler founded and led several energy-centric startups aimed at improving equipment and infrastructure deployment, lean product development, SaaS network solutions, and electrification operating models. Beyond being an outspoken advocate for the adoption of electric vehicle technology, Schuyler is an emphatic believer in leveraging open initiatives and partner collaborations to accelerate market innovation across the electric-transportation grids.


Matthew Stephens-Rich
Senior Program Manger
Electrification Coalition
Matt Stephens-Rich oversees implementation of Electrification Coalition programming, focused on rapid electric vehicle and charging adoption across public and private sectors to improve America's energy security and reduce emissions. This includes overseeing EC’s work in Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge, fleet consultation, and programming. In his role, he focuses on assisting fleets and organizations to rapidly adopt electric vehicles and charging across multiple sectors.
He previously served as Projects Manager at Clean Fuels Ohio, a U.S. Dept. of Energy Clean Cities Coalition, where he worked to secure $25+ million in grant funding and deploy hundreds of alternative fuel fleet vehicles. His work on grant opportunities reached over $60M, including the City of Columbus application to the US Department of Transportation Smart Cities Challenge.
Matt's recommended resource:
Download the Electrification Coalition report on first-of-Its-kind electric rental car program.

Kameale Terry 
CEO 
ChargerHelp!

With over a decade of experience in CleanTech, Kameale formed ChargerHelp! with her co-founder Evette Ellis to create a reliable Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure. The CleanTech company, powered by technology, uses data to identify and provide maintenance and repair services for electric vehicle charging stations.  Previously Kameale worked at EV Connect where she was the Director of Programs for the electric vehicle charging station network provider. In that role, she structured and led teams to execute infrastructure projects in the United States, Australia, and Canada for both commercial and government entities. Her notable projects include Electrify America - Phase One program, the Southern California Edison Charge Ready Pilot, and the New York Power Authority portfolio.  Kameale is an advisor for Edge Energy and a Co-creator of Culture and Climate, an annual gathering in Los Angeles of Investors, Founders, Industry Experts, Venture Capitalists, and Speakers in Cleantech. Kameale has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University and sits on several boards in entrepreneurial and environmental industries.

Kameale's recommended resource: 

Charge Ready:Learn how SCE is partnering with businesses, local governments and other organizations in the community to make electric vehicle charging easier and more convenient for all types of vehicles.


Stanley E. Young, P.E., PhD
Advanced Transportation and Urban Scientist
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Dr. Young leads research efforts at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory into the impacts and application of new mobility systems, technology, and transportation data. He was appointed as the DOE technologist-in-city for the Columbus Smart City program in 2016, a role that has grown into a program with engagements with several cities seeking to implement leading edge technologies to improve efficiency, accessibility, and convenience for its citizens. Dr. Young led the Urban Science pillar as part of the US Department of Energy SMART Mobility research initiative. As pillar lead he initiated the development of the Automated Mobility District toolkit to assess the mobility and energy impacts resulting from the deployment of automated electric shuttles, and other automated mobility systems at a district scale. 
Stan's recommended resource:
* Registration open until 5/25/22 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
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Rachel E. Yoka

Rachel E. Yoka

CAPP, LEED AP BD+C

Chief Strategy Officer , International Parking & Mobility Institute