EV Charging Infrastructure Summit

The Edison Electric Institute estimates some 9.6 million charge points will be needed in the U.S. by the end of the decade to support an estimated 18.7 million EVs on the road. As of April 2023, there were 136,513 charging ports at 53,764 public and private stations, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center. This massive increase in EV charging infrastructure will have important implications for the grid, and present stakeholders with significant challenges – and opportunities.

Organized by the Smart Grid Observer, the 4th EV Charging Infrastructure Summit – North America, West, January 30-31 2024 in Los Angeles convenes top industry experts and utility professionals to examine how growing EV adoption rates will impact the network, and what investments are needed to ensure grid stability and benefit. Case studies of current utility programs and deployments will be discussed with an eye toward refining strategies, identifying technologies, and implementing business models that will ensure widespread EV adoption is optimized for all parties involved.

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Jan 30 - 31 2024
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All Day

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Smart Grid Observer
Smart Grid Observer
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https://www.smartgridobserver.com/

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