Bringing electric vehicles into widespread usage will require coordination between energy companies, vehicle manufacturers and government agencies to establish infrastructure. SAE’s Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Conference allows you to hear from and interact directly with policymakers, energy executives and industry professionals to understand their needs and priorities — and begin cultivating those critical conversations.
By participating in the EV Conference, you’ll gain insight into issues like the government’s plans for charging infrastructure development, the latest innovations that need to be supported in the long-term and how EVs can help put power back into the grid.
Planning EV Charging with Equity and Environmental Justice In Mind
SAE's Office of Sustainable Energy
Tennessee Corridor Fast Charging Network
EV Charging Management for Fleet Vehicles
Mining the Lithium Deposit in Nevada
Electric Farming Vehicle Infrastructure Needs
Southwestern Pennsylvania Charging Planning
EV Infrastructure Research Data
The SAE EV Charging PKI Project
Closing EV Workforce and Ownership Gender Gaps
Considerations of Charging Infrastructure for E-Bikes