Workplace Charging Webinar Recording
07.05.2016 - by Private: MK Campbell
Workplace Charging Webinar Recording

On June 27, webinar attendees joined Plug in America and the State of Massachusetts in promoting the Commonwealth’s efforts to accelerate adoption of electric vehicles by focusing on the benefits to employers and their workers in providing charging spaces and how to create a viable program.

Webinar Agenda: Massachusetts Drive Clean Workplace Charging Guide

1. Moderator – Joel Levin, Executive Director of Plug In America

2. Introduction – Secretary Matthew A. Beaton, MA Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

3. Panelists – Christine Kirby, Director, Air and Climate Programs, Bureau of Waste Prevention Discuss Massachusetts’s ongoing incentives and RideShare Program, Workplace Charging connection

Barry Woods, Board Secretary of PIA; Director of Electric Mobility NE-Discuss Mass Drive Clean WPC Resource Guide – Purpose and Executive Summary

Ruairi O’Mahony, Associate Director of Sustainability, University of Massachusetts-Lowell, provide case study summary/lessons learned

Jeff Hyman, Senior Manager, Environment, Health & Safety US, EMD Serono, Inc. provide case study summary/lessons learned

4. Q&A – questions/comments

Read the report here. (PDF)

Download the slides here. (PDF)

Visit the Massachusetts Drive Clean Program page, and learn more about electric vehicles, incentives and infrastructure.

Webinar Recording

Watch the recording of the presentation, including the special message from Secretary Matthew A. Beaton here.

1 comment on “Workplace Charging Webinar Recording”
  1. People those are having electric vehicles are always worried about vehicle charging issues. Therefore they are always looking for charging stations in different zones. And with the help of manufacturing companies we are now getting charging stations in different zones to deal with vehicle charging issues; workplace charging stations are also very essential and beneficial for electric vehicle users.

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