The trend towards electrification of vehicles is irreversible. Leading companies are adopting fleets of PHEV/EVs to capture operational and strategic benefits. Learn why and what the infrastructure looks like, look at megatrends and drivers that will cause disruptive change not only in how electric vehicle fleets will be used, but how sustainable design strategies will become more commonplace for parking lots and garages.
From Solar Carports parks to large solarscapes, Zam Energy case studies will introduce you to how the electric vehicle infrastructure and solar parking are capturing strong return on investments for institutions and corporations across the United States.
1. What kind of EVSE is appropriate?
2. The role of software
3. How to save money and look at the latest trends of
solar carports to provide sustainable parking/charging strategies to reduce the total cost of ownership.
4. Finally how the smart grid will play a significant role in EV infrastructure.
Erin Geegan is the President and CEO of Zam Energy, and CEO of E7energy.com. Zam Energy looks at the promise of turning the country’s over 500 million parking spaces into sustainable real estate. Zam Energy offers Solar Parking Structure Development services, and helps owners of Fleet Vehicles go electric. Her services reduce the total cost of ownership for Fleets of Electric Vehicle using renewable energy and software. She holds patents from developing intelligent software applications (pattern recognition and character agent technology) for Hewlett Packard, and architected enterprise wide applications transacting multimillion-dollar e-commerce centers for several divisions of Hewlett Packard worldwide.
Mrs. Geegan was founder and CEO of Interactive Papyrus where she built, managed and sold her 160-employee company. She managed quarter-to-quarter profitable growth for ten years before selling her solutions firm in 2000. Her firm developed suites of innovative computing applications for organizations and businesses of all sizes and created digital brandings strategies for Hewlett Packard, Oracle, SAP, BAAN, Adobe, Agilent, McGraw-Hill, Mack, and several Fortune 100 companies. In 1999, Ciber, Inc. a US$1-billion international IT consulting company, invested $50 million enabling Geegan to scale the company through mergers and acquisitions, expanding the services portfolio from digital strategy to supply chain management.
She has over twenty years of experience as an entrepreneur, consultant and investor in the information technology, energy and communications industries. Geegan brings a proven track record for aggressive expansion and growth for leading technology brands and corporations. Geegan is responsible for overall corporate strategy, marketing and project pipeline development for Zam Energy. Geegan brings deep experience in building management teams, developing profitable revenue lines by opening newmarket opportunities, negotiating strategic alliances and building domestic and international sales channels for growth. She has a proven track record in multi-million dollar market creation for renewable energy companies and services, using her business development skills.
Networking and presentation. Bring your own lunch but no red drinks, please.
Orchard Road lightrail.