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Grid Evolution Summit – A National Town Meeting
Expounding on SEPA's recent coverage of how smart charging will be critical for future grid stability, our CEO, Val Miftakhov, highlighted the technical requirements of smart-grid charging and the benefits this fast-growing solution will provide electricity providers.
At the regional Community Choice Energy event, our CBO, Alan White, shared eMotorWerks' experience with utilities, highlighting recent smart-charging rollouts with customers such as Sonoma Clean Power, PG&E, and MCE.
North American EV adoption is expected to surpass 15M cars by 2025. At the event our Chief Marketing & Operating Officer, Preston Roper, described the importance of managing the additional grid demand to charge those vehicles, describing a variety of techniques and programs that will make smart-grid charging possible.
Our founder, Val Miftakhov, spoke on a panel entitled: Manifesting the rEVolution: Advanced Electric Vehicles, EVSE Technology and 2nd Life Batteries. eMotorWerks was also selected as a finalist for the ESNA Innovation Award in Mobility, which is given annually to projects that demonstrate excellence and impact in the field.
Valery Miftakhov, eMotorWerks Founder and CEO, spoke at the Studio Conference. He discussed how our charging stations let utilities better manage generation and save on energy costs. The stations also reduce infrastructure upgrade expenses and integrate more generation with renewable sources such as wind and solar power.
eMotorWerks hosted a booth at three of the National Drive Electric Week events. We had a great time meeting everyone and talking about electric vehicles, smart-grid power, and so much more. We attended events in Cupertino, Palo Alto and Monterey.
September 10-18, 2016Cupertino, Palo Alto, Monterey, CA
Getting To Zero National Forum
eMotorWerks' Founder and CEO, Val Miftakhov, took part in a forum session which explored the role that storage can play in minimizing the impact of distributed solar and even providing higher value grid services. As the solar industry continues its unprecedented growth, the value of solar to the grid decreases as more solar assets go online. This could limit the growth of distributed solar and add to the disparity in electricity pricing between peak and off-peak hours.
Preston Roper, our Chief Marketing & Operating Officer, spoke in early February at the San Diego Energy, Utilities and Environment conference, where hundreds of utility and energy experts gathered to learn about our successful turnkey programs available for utilities wishing to accelerate EV adoption in their territories.