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When transitioning to zero-emission fleets, the two biggest concerns fleet owners and operators express are cost and what happens if the power goes out? The solution to both lies in good power planning. Considerations from site selection and power requirements, to future scalability and resilience, will lead to cost-efficient, sustainable clean energy, and transportation programs.

A leader in zero-emission vehicle infrastructure deployment, Black & Veatch experts will share:

  • Operational considerations that affect vehicle selection and infrastructure planning
  • The importance of site selection and utility coordination
  • How to plan for clean energy needs – today and into the future
  • Building in back-up power and long-term resilience

Bring your questions for discussion!

 

SPEAKERS:

Ajay Kasarabada is project director in the Global Distributed Energy group at Black & Veatch, which delivers resilient, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions to energy consumers, utilities, transit districts, and critical facilities. With 23 years of power industry experience, Ajay advises on solutions including advanced microgrids, combined heat and power facilities, energy storage, electric vehicle and hydrogen studies, and renewable energy generation.

C.J. Berg is a consultant in the Management Consulting group at Black & Veatch. C.J. develops and implements actionable transportation electrification strategies for clients to take advantage of the transition to zero-emission mobility. C.J. leverages his experience with utility clients and private fleet owners, as well as prior experience in the utility industry, to solve energy challenges and to create sustainable transportation programs that meet desired goals and reduce costs.


Paul Stith
is director of global transportation initiatives for Black & Veatch’s Growth Accelerator where he develops ecosystems needed to plan, finance, deploy and operate sustainable transportation and distributed clean energy infrastructure at scale. Paul leverages a decade of involvement in vehicle electrification and infrastructure supporting investors, utilities, fleets, energy and transportation providers to electrify and automate ground, aviation and marine fleets.