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Electrifying Transportation: Maximizing behavioral, economic, and environmental outcomes
UC San Diego built the world’s largest and most diverse university EV charging network and a user base of more than 2500 unique customers. How’d they do it? Deep partnerships among campus transportation, university’s research enterprise, industry, and grant-making entities all played a role and a laser focus on customer needs and infrastructure efficiency allowed them to go further and faster than their peers. Participants will learn how the UC San Diego team fine-tuned their recipe for success and how they’re both shaping user-behavior and EV parking demand. With the national discussion shifting toward infrastructure funding, you don’t want to miss this discussion on how to best position your program and new funding opportunities that are on the horizon.

Learning objective: Participants will learn how to develop a comprehensive EV charging strategy, including technology selection, charger placement, and policy development/enforcement along with strategies to stimulate EV adoption.

Key takeaway: Viewing investment through the eyes of current and potential customers is essential to success. New technologies, including adaptive load management and higher-capacity batteries, are fundamentally shifting the way EV parking needs to be delivered. 1 CAPP POINT

May 19, 2021 10:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Josh Kavanagh, CAPP
Executive Director of Transportation @University of California, San Diego
Josh Kavanagh, CAPP, is the Executive Director of Transportation at the University of California, San Diego, where he oversees the development and operation of a highly integrated parking, transit, and transportation demand management program. He has held transportation leadership roles with the University of California, University of Washington, University of New Mexico, and Amazon.com and industry leadership roles with the Association for Commuter Transportation, the International Parking and Mobility Institute, SWPTA and PIPTA. He led the University of Washington to the highest organizational honors in both the parking and transportation demand management industries and was individually recognized as IPMI’s 2014 Parking Professional of the Year.
Byron Washom
Director of Strategic Energy Initiatives @University of California, San Diego
Byron Washom is the Director of Strategic Energy Initiatives at the University of California, San Diego, where he co-leads the university’s efforts to establish a highly innovative clean energy plan that will also serve as a premier example to institutions internationally. His previous achievements include eight technical world records for the conversion of sunlight to electricity while founder and CEO of Advanco Corp. Mr. Washom has been a key advisor on a wide range of clean energy technologies to the World Bank, the International Energy Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, national laboratories, and numerous regulated utilities and corporations. He is a four-time Rockefeller Foundation grantee and a Heinz Foundation grantee. In 2008, Mr. Washom received the UCSD Community Leader Award for Sustainability and the R&D 100 Award for the 100 most outstanding innovations in the world.