Educational Webinar: EV Charging Planning and Support
Please join us on Thursday, March 16th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for a Zoom Webinar.
Michigan will need to gear up for Electric Vehicle (EV) production and purchase as successful project lands in recent months will see EVs rolling onto the roads at a rapid pace in the next few years.
The economic developers can be major players by knowing the dynamics of connecting EV charging stations for their communities. Do you know the difference between a DCFC and a PHEV charger, how much energy each will need, and where to access energy rebates?
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn firsthand Metro Detroit/Oakland County EV charging initiatives/programs and how they can be adopted in other Michigan communities.
- Planning perspective (zoning, parking, permitting, etc.)
- Working with utilities
- Working with private companies
- Major considerations
- Best practices
- Funding Opportunities
Let’s work together to make sure EV implementation goes smoothly so Michigan can remain at the forefront of the automotive industry and be a great example of implementation around the world.
Niles Annelin, Policy Section Manager, Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)
Chris Olzem, Mobility Innovations Coordinator, Oakland County
Thanking Our Sponsors
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MEDA Members: $30
Webinar Subscribers: $0 via subscriber discount code
This event has been approved for (.5) continuing education credit for Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) certification from the National Development Council (NDC). Use the form on this page to claim your credit.
- Payment is required at registration. If you use a subscriber discount code to pay, be sure to complete the registration process (which ends with a thank you page).
- You will receive a confirmation email after registering with the Zoom link. We will also send the link again about 2 days before the webinar.
- Please register by Wednesday, March 15th at noon.
- We will open dial-in 15 minutes before the start of the webinar.