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Free EV Suitability Assessment for Southern California Fleets

Free EV Suitability Assessment for Southern California Fleets

Going electric can make fleets more efficient and easier to manage. Organizations interested in taking their fleets electric or expanding their use of electric vehicles (EVs) should watch the webinar to learn about getting a free EV suitability assessment from FleetCarma and ChargePoint, the nation’s leading EV fleet management tool and leading EV charging network.

An EV suitability assessment can help you figure out how many vehicles to take electric, how going electric can reduce costs, and where to get started. You’ll also receive a free EV charging infrastructure assessment to help you plan for on-site EV charging.

There are limited spots available for fleets in this program and to be eligible for this exclusive offer, organizations must be located in the following utility service areas:

  • Southern California Edison (SCE)
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Each utility has its own EV incentive program for workplaces and fleets. FleetCarma and ChargePoint can help you take advantage of these incentives. Join the webinar and learn how to:

  • Find EV incentives from your local utility and the federal government.
  • Plan for multi-year EV procurement.
  • Plan for EV infrastructure at your facilities.
  • Qualify for and formally express interest in our free assessment program.

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About the Hosts

David Peterson

David Peterson

Director of Utility Solutions & Fleet Solutions, ChargePoint

As director of Utility Solutions & Fleet Solutions, David manages utility and fleet-related business and product development. David joined ChargePoint from Nissan where he led EV market development and charging infrastructure strategy, which included fleet and workplace programs. He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree in Transportation Planning & Policy from UCLA where he focused on new value creation at the intersection of mobility and energy.

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Eric Mallia

General Manager, FleetCarma

Eric’s international work with more than 200 organizations has focused on the implementation of efficiency programs in transportation. Eric’s company provides EV monitoring and EV modeling technology that enables EV research at academic institutions, smart charging programs with electric utilities, and optimization of EV deployments in the fleet industry.