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Charge It! Preparing Your Hometown for Electric Transit

July 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

Rural towns and smaller municipalities have specific challenges when it comes to using electric vehicles in their transit systems and installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure. From power delivery and lack of community support to local availability of electric vehicles and overall lack of awareness, rural townships may face multiple roadblocks.

In this webinar, Clean Cities coordinators from Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, and Kansas will share case studies and best practices to help avoid the pitfalls that can impede plans to deploy EVs and develop an equitable charging infrastructure that fits the needs of a smaller transit system.

Guest speakers Eric Austin of Francis Energy and Chris Nielsen of eCab North America will share their experiences working with rural areas on electric vehicle projects. Francis Energy, headquartered in Oklahoma, works across the US with utilities and Coops of all sizes to bring EV chargers everywhere. eCab North America uses Low-Speed Electric Vehicles (LSEVs) for their fleet of eCabs as part of a grant providing eCabs and drivers to rural transit systems for first/last mile trips, a cost-effective way to extend the reach of the transit. As part of the Q&A section, Chris will discuss his experiences with LSEVs and F/L mile applications and provide tips to enhance your LSEV experience. Eric will share best practices and lessons learned for working with EV charging providers and how you can partner to bring this technology to your customers.

Venue

Webinar

Organizers

Metropolitan Energy Center
Central Kansas Clean Cities
Kansas City Clean Cities
Louisiana Clean Fuels
Tulsa Area Clean Cities
Central Oklahoma Clean Cities
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance

Venue

Webinar

Organizers

Metropolitan Energy Center
Central Kansas Clean Cities
Kansas City Clean Cities
Louisiana Clean Fuels
Tulsa Area Clean Cities
Central Oklahoma Clean Cities
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance