Developing Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles
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Monday, March 7, 2022
9:30 am – 4:30 pm CST
Sarah R. Davis, AICP Founder + CEO | S.R.D. Consulting, LLC
Types and Capabilities of Electric Vehicles: PEVs, PHEVs, and EVs
EV market introduction
Overview of PEVs, PHEVs, EVs, and ICEs
Barriers and opportunities for PHEVs and EVs
Explore various applications
Charging Infrastructure, Equipment, and Terminology
Basic EV-related terminology and acronyms
Levels and types of EV charging infrastructure
Players in the EV charging space
EV charging equipment requirements
Charging Infrastructure Modeling and Design
Siting and applications of level 2 charging infrastructure
Siting and applications of direct current fast charging infrastructure
Review basic design schematics and design components
Electric Grid Requirements and Commitments from Utilities
Grid and site requirements for level 2 charging infrastructure
Grid and site requirements for direct current fast charging infrastructure
EV make-ready and other typical infrastructure programs
Utility commitments for EV charging infrastructure
Local Requirements and Regulations
Land use implications and consideration of EV charging infrastructure
Land use, zoning, and building code requirements for EV charging infrastructure
Other building standard recognition (e.g. LEED)
Deploying EV charging infrastructure: working with community and potential pitfalls
Incentives, Infrastructure Bill, and Innovations
Incentives and how to find them
Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act details you should know
Innovations on the horizon.
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Developing Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles
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Sarah R. Davis AICP
A champion of emerging innovative land uses, Sarah R. Davis has spent over a decade paving the way for integrating technology and sustainability into our urban, suburban, and rural fabrics. Founder and CEO of S.R.D. Consulting – Sustainable. Renewable. Driven. (SRDC), she leverages her experience in the renewable energy and electric vehicle sectors to advance the clean electrification of our grid and transportation systems. Under her leadership, SRDC is committed to infusing sustainable and equitable approaches into regulations, crafting meaningful relationships built on mutual trust and respect with communities, and developing clear, intuitive, and approachable programs + plans. A land use planning firm based in Denver, Colorado, SRDC is focused on advancing sustainable and zero emission projects and plans. In 2020, SRDC had a banner year, including leading the Gold Hill Resilient Renewable Energy Design Project in Boulder County, Colorado, and the Town of Estes Park, Colorado’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure and Readiness Plan which was recently adopted by the Town Board of Trustees. SRDC was lead project manager and author of the plan.
Prior to pursuing her entrepreneurial aspirations and launching SRDC, she led an interdisciplinary team as Tesla’s market lead for EV infrastructure, developing and deploying over 500 Level 2 & 3 (DC-fast charging) connectors throughout the US. During her tenure, she guided the company’s overall EV charging strategy throughout the Midwest and West using a regional and local approach as well as managed partnerships with private landowners and utilities. SRDC has deep roots within the solar sector, building off of her work as a project planner for Boulder-based juwi solar, Inc. where she led the due diligence and entitlement effort for utility-scale solar PV projects, installing over 250MW of solar nationwide. SRDC’s connections to the solar and emerging energy storage sectors have allowed her to apply lessons learned from integrating into larger utility and local energy generation and demand planning.
Ms. Davis frequently meets with citizens and speaks with groups about EVs, renewable energy, battery storage, and other carbon-free transportation alternatives including micromobility and transit. Her personal car-free lifestyle brings an authenticity to her work in this space. She is a twice graduate from Virginia Tech holding a master’s career of Urban and Regional Planning and a bachelor’s degree in Public and Urban Affairs, Environmental Affairs. She currently serves as an advisor to the Department of Energy funded Solar@Scale Initiative, is the Micromobility Subgroup co-chair for the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition, is a member of the American Planning Association and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). She speaks regularly at urban planning, transportation, sustainability, and renewable energy conferences. In her free time, she enjoys Colorado’s year-round outdoor recreation with her wife and their senior Jack Russell mix Maggie, including hiking, biking, snowshoeing, skiing, paddle boarding, and swimming.
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Course Title: Developing Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This course examines the near future of transportation, specifically electric vehicles and the infrastructure that will serve them. Charging stations may be required for office buildings, residential complexes, and other structures. This course provides design professionals with an understanding of the technology that will be required to charge vehicles in traditional and nontraditional locations..
Learning Objective 1:
Learners will be able to distinguish the types and capabilities of electric vehicles, including plug-in electrics (PEVs), hybrid plug-ins (PHEVs), and electric (EV).
Learning Objective 2:
Learners will be able to explain the levels and types of EV charging infrastructure, identify charging equipment requirements, and discuss the siting and applications of Level 2 and Level 3 charging infrastructure.
Learning Objective 3:
Learners will be able to discuss electric grid requirements for charging infrastructure and the necessity to acquire commitments from utilities.
Learning Objective 4:
Learners will be able to reference local requirements and regulations for EV charging infrastructure and incentives to enter the market.
LUs: 6.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with the trend to move away from fossil fuel burning transportation
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Course Expiration Date: 03/10/2024
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