SAE Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Conference

March 5–6, 2024
Free |  Online

The Third-Annual Digital Conference Supporting and Accelerating Infrastructure Development

Hear from the Policymakers and Innovators Who are Charging Ahead

In 2022, more than 750,000* new light EVs were registered in the U.S. This promising trend shows that the mobility sector is making significant strides toward net zero emissions. However, without a national charging network to support this growth, many consumers are reluctant to make the switch. 
Across the U.S., from Tennessee to Wisconsin to Brooklyn, forward-thinking transportation officials, engineers, and entrepreneurs are finding innovative ways to scale charging. We’re gathering them together for the third edition of our popular conference. 

If you’re involved in designing, planning, or building transportation infrastructure, please join us! This FREE digital event is packed with actionable strategies for meeting growing demand, taken from diverse communities nationwide.

*Experian, February 2022

Event Highlights

At this year’s event, state DOTs, charging companies, and utilities present their hard-won lessons, engineers advise on best practices, and entrepreneurs share the latest technology. 

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March 5, 2024

Colorado's EV Infrastructure

11:15-11:45 AM


Mike King
Assistant Director of Electrification & Energy, Office of Innovative Mobility, Colorado Department of Transportation


Wisconsin's EV Charging Readiness

12:15-12:45 PM


Kaleb Vander Wiele
DOT Officer, Transportation Electrification Project Manager, WisDOT Division of Budget and Strategic Initiatives


Evaluation of Utility EV Charging Station Infrastructure Programs

1:20-1:50 PM


  Jason Greenblatt
Senior Program Analyst, Energetics Company


Tennessee Corridor Fast Charging Network

2:15-2:45 PM


Alexa Voytek
Deputy Director, Office of Energy Programs, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
Drew Frye
Tennessee Valley Authority;


March 6, 2024

Medium and Heavy Duty Vehicle Conductive Charging Task Force

12:00-12:45 PM


Mark Kosowski P.E.
Technical Executive, EPRI- Electric Power Research Institute


Megawatt Charging System for Electric Vehicles Task Force (J3271)

12:15-12:45 PM


Ted Bohn
Principal Electrical Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory
Paul Stith
AVP, Global Transportation Initiatives, Black & Veatch Strategic Growth


Urban Curbside Charging

12:45-1:15 PM


Tiya Gordon
Co-Founder, itselectric


A Climate-Change Scorecard for US Non-Commercial Driver Education

1:00-1:30 PM


Ritu Vasu Primlani
Sustainability and Diversity Professional, Metro Nashville City and Davidson County, General Services


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