Community Choice agencies (CCAs) have been engaged in advancing electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging infrastructure since 2015. Today, with 19 operational CCAs in California, a wide range of CCA EV programs are in the works. The California Energy Commission, under its California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) program, has recently awarded CCAs substantial grants to empower them to develop charging infrastructure and more.
Join this webinar where CCA and other EV program experts will describe the latest program offerings and advances in EV and charging infrastructure deployment. Our presenters are Richard Schorske and Justin Zagunis. Richard is founder and Executive Director of the EV Alliance and the ZNE Alliance, and CEO of the E-Mobility Group. The Alliance partners with public agencies, utilities, and industry to achieve robust decarbonization goals. Justin is the Decarbonization and Grid Innovation Analyst for Silicon Valley Clean Energy, who will describe SVCE’s EV and EV infrastructure programs and what they hope to accomplish with the CALeVIP grant.
- Richard Schorske slides (PDF)
- Justin Zagunis slides (PDF)