Utility Business Case to Support Light Duty EV Charging

Presented by: Benoit (Ben) Marcoux

In this webinar, we offer some fact-based thoughts to fuel utilities’ push toward developing sound Electric Vehicle (EV) charging strategies, focusing here on light-duty passenger vehicles (such as cars and sport-utility vehicles) in North America. The bottom line is that, done right, EVs may prove to be good for utilities and their ratepayers.

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Utility personnel, EV advocates, utility regulators


image0Benoit (Ben) Marcoux: As a business advisor in telecom and energy, Ben has sold, led, or supported over a hundred customer projects on six continents, including the management of the largest smart meter installation program in Canada. Over the last couple of years, he has focused on transportation electrification. Merging technology, marketing, and finance, Ben is an electrical engineer with a master’s degree in Applied Sciences and an MBA. He regularly publishes analysis on his professional blog, www.benoit.marcoux.ca/blog, and comments on industry news on LinkedIn, www.linkedin.com/in/bmarcoux.

Tags & Topics for This Webinar:

EV, EV charging, Smart Charging, Managed Charging, V2G




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