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If You Build It, Will They Charge? Planning for Successful EV Charging

Everyone is talking about electric vehicle (EV) charging. Information on charging is as varied as the sources providing it, and it is flowing at astounding rates. This abundance of information can be overwhelming for many operations, and they are often left wondering how to proceed: do we build it now and hope they come? Or do we wait for them to come, and build it then? 

Take a journey with experts from the IPMI Technology Committee as they walk you through all things EV, from the variety of chargers available on the market, hardware and software considerations, and infrastructure needs to policies and governance, procurement best practices, as well as considering the needs of the user today and down the road. Together, attendees in this session will examine what the future of EV charging may look like as the proliferation of electric vehicles picks up speed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze the latest and greatest in the hardware and software options around EV charging.
  • Understand how to plan, procure, and implement chargers in your environment. 
  • Get a sneak peek into what is next in the technological evolution around charging. 

Offers 1 CAPP Point towards application or recertification.


Carmen Donnell, CAPP, Managing Director, North America, PaybyPhone, Co-Chair, IPMI Technology Committee  

Carmen brings 15 years of parking, transportation, and mobility industry experience alongside a keen interest in relationship management. Carmen is a respected sales leader and an active participant in many industry organizations. As such, Carmen prides herself in viewing parking solutions from the client’s perspective. She has the knowledge and background to customize operations to serve any need. Recently promoted to managing director of North America for PayByPhone, Carmen is responsible for functional aspects and members of the Commercial team in the US and CanadaWorking closely alongside the Chief Client Officer, Global, and other operative departments, Carmen’s top focus is to deliver results that are aligned with the company’s overall growth strategy and ensuring that the clients are happy, all while creating a team that promotes personal and professional growth and development. View IPMI Member Profile. 

Nick Mazzenga, PE, Associate, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Co-Chair, IPMI Technology Committee  

Nick Mazzenga, PE, is a parking technology consultant with Kimley-Horn. Nick earned bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia, respectively. He also is an Eno Transportation Foundation Fellow. In his free time, Nick enjoys running and spending time with his family and beloved dog, aptly named Parker. View IPMI Member Profile. 

Member Price: $25