Garage Orphans: How to Support EV Adoption in Multi-Family Units
What You’ll Learn
As EV adoption continues to increase across North America, one of the biggest challenges drivers, municipalities, utilities, and developers face is how to implement EV charging in multi-residential units in a scalable way — without breaking the bank.
This webinar will discuss how to improve EV charging options and accessibility for anyone who lives in a multi-unit dwellings, or just doesn’t have access to a garage for charging. We’ll go over how all sides of the equation are important to making electric vehicles more accessible to everyone and accelerating the clean energy revolution.
Join Clean Technica’s Scott Cooney and FLO’s Matthieu Loos alongside esteemed guests John Riat (Casto) and Sam Spofforth (Clean Fuels Ohio) as they discuss deploying EV charging at multi-unit residential sites.
In this webinar, you will…
- Learn how EV charging can increase property value and attract potential residents to your building
- Acquire best practices from charging deployments at sites across North America
- Explore efficient and effective EV charging integration options for condos and apartments
Date: Wednesday August 18, 2021
Time: 3 PM Eastern Time | 12 PM Pacific Time
Duration: 60 minutes
Can’t attend live? You should still register! We’ll send out the recording of the webinar to all registrants in the weeks following the event.
Senior Technology Advisor
FLO | AddÉnergie
Chief Executive Officer
Clean Fuels Ohio
FLO is a leading North American charging network for electric vehicles and a major provider of smart charging software and equipment.
Every month, FLO and its parent company, AddEnergie enable enable about half a million charging events and the transfer of 5.5 GWh in electricity, thanks to over 35,000 high-quality stations deployed on public networks, commercial and residential installations. This translates into approximately 30M km travelled by clean electric vehicles – nearly 700 trips around the earth.
FLO’s headquarters and network operations centre are based in Quebec City. AddÉnergie’s assembly plant, located in Shawinigan (Quebec), has produced over 40,000 high-quality charging stations. The company also has an office in Montreal and regional teams located in Ontario, British Columbia, California, New York and Florida.