Why Workplace Charging?


Mar 10th 10AM to 11AM

When will workplace charging be added as a common feature?

Why Workplace Charging?

Health insurance packages, parental leave, napping pods, kombucha on tap and bike storage weren’t common amenities traditionally offered by employers, but many of these have become standard amenities.  But when will workplace charging be added as a common feature? Workplace charging is an enormous benefit for both employees and employers. Providing access to charging at the workplace can show an organization’s commitment to sustainability, and reduce range anxiety among potential adopters.

At this webinar, Eric Smith, Regional Sales Manager at SemaConnectAndrew Milian, Lead Electrical Engineer|Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Business Line at Burns & McDonnell will join Forth’s Program Manager, Anne Ramzy to discuss the benefits of workplace charging, considerations when providing workplace charging and best practices for workplace charging.


Speakers 

Anne Ramzy, Program Manager, Forth

Anne is a program manager at Forth and staffs the Go Forth Electric Showcase. She also supports Forth’s consumer engagement initiatives, grant-writing projects and web content development. She holds a B.A. in History from Lewis & Clark College.


Eric Smith, Regional Sales Manager, SemaConnect

Eric Smith is the SemaConnect Regional Sales Manager for the Pacific Northwest, Hawaii, and Western Canada. Since joining SemaConnect in 2012, at the beginning of the mass-market EV industry, Eric has provided thousands of smart EV charging stations to workplaces, multifamily communities, and other Class A commercial properties. Previous to his time with SemaConnect, Eric also has experience in the IT industry as a business owner and a background in marketing and sales. Eric is a three-time EV owner since 2012 and is passionate about educating drivers and property managers about electric vehicles.


Andrew Milian, Lead Electrical Engineer|Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Business Line at Burns & McDonnell

Andrew is the lead electrical engineer for the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Business Line of Burns & McDonnell. He is responsible for the design and construction administration of transportation electrification infrastructure projects across the United States including New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Mr. Milian also supported the recent expansion of workplace charging at the Burns & McDonnell World Headquarters. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Missouri.

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