April 14, 2022 – Global Transmission Research, a leading provider of information and analysis on the global electricity transmission industry, is hosting its second annual Fleet Electrification U.S. conference April 20-21 in Washington, D.C. Sargent & Lundy’s Eric Back will deliver a presentation, “Fleet Electrification Strategy – Optimizing the Fleet Design to Take Advantage of Funding Opportunities and Design Best Practices,” on April 20 from 11 a.m. to noon EDT.
Back’s presentation will discuss how fleet electrification is a key focal point to begin transportation electrification. Having the right strategy with the right design is paramount to maximize incentives while achieving long term objectives. Back will highlight opportunities and core elements for electrification of fleet including:
- Bridging the link between strategy and design.
- Electricity costs, charging infrastructure, and vehicle options.
- Building a functional fleet electrification strategy.
- Emerging business models for scaling-up fleet electrification.
The Fleet Electrification U.S. conference will include additional topics like emerging opportunities, strategies, best practices, and technologies for the future of electrification of fleets in the U.S. The conference will provide electric vehicle (EV) industry professionals, utilities, and other energy experts opportunities to collaborate with thought leaders on strategic and technical topics in the evolving fleet electrification industry.
Sargent & Lundy will bring key industry expertise to conference attendees to support optimization initiatives for fleet electrification in the U.S. The firm’s comprehensive electric transportation services include EV charging station network modeling, innovative microgrid EV station design, fleet and logistic center strategy and planning, and financial and feasibility studies.
In supporting clients’ electric transportation goals in the era of clean transportation, Sargent & Lundy’s leadership and knowledge help expedite projects, including electric fleet development, to completion.
Find more event information here.