Addressing The Challenges of Charging at Multi-Family Housing

Jun 11th 10AM to 11AM PST

The challenges and opportunities of EV charging infrastructure at MFH

Addressing The Challenges of Charging at Multi-Family Housing

Setting up EV charging at multi-family housing units is a complex process with multiple stakeholders and technological challenges. For the many stakeholders that need to be involved, connectivity and load management integration, to the various technological solutions, EV charging poses many challenges to integration into the multi-family housing industry. The best approach to electrify multi-family housing include improving equitable distribution benefits, stakeholder engagement, defining site selection factors and understanding permitting and policy considerations that could impact the project.

This webinar will focus on identifying the best practices to address the challenges of equitable distribution, site selection, permits and policy considerations.

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Whit Jamieson, Program Manager, Forth

Whit is a Program Manager on Forth's Access to Charging and Access to Emerging Modes teams. Whit has a background in energy science, studying electric vehicles, utilities, power generation and the grid. Whit has worked in programs around consumer engagement, multi-unit dwellings, workplace charging and electric tractors at Forth.

Vanessa Warheit, Co-Founder, EV Charging for All

Vanessa co-founded the EV Charging for All coalition, where she convenes the national EV Codes Working Group and advocates for equitable EV readiness in building energy codes. She is a climate solutions advocate with previous roles in leadership, campaigns and organizing at Atmos Financial, Fossil Free California,, The Bioneers, and The League of Conservation Voters. As a documentary filmmaker, she produced “The Insular Empire” - a PBS feature documentary about America’s colonial territories - and the award-winning kids video “Worse Than Poop” - which may still be the only funny film about EVs and the climate crisis.