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TMACC's EV Summit

Thursday, November 17, 2022 to Friday, November 18, 2022
One Liberty Blvd Malvern PA 19355
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General Interest Events
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Electric Vehicles are coming, will you be ready!? 

In the last five years some amazing advancements in the electric vehicle industry and new EV infrastructure investments are on the horizon here in Chester County and all across the country. 

Within the IIJA (and other federal funding initiatives) electric vehicle grants have become available to states and municipalities. EV industry advancements, combined with federal and state investments, continue to build consumer confidence and establish a fertile environment for EV growth to occur within Chester County and beyond.

The foundation for the TMACC EV Summit is PennDOT’s newly released EV Mobility Plan and the objective is to help governments, municipalities, developers, and business owners understand EV issues and opportunities through industry professionals. 

The Summit will cover topics such as ordinances, fleet transition, funding opportunities, and much more. Anyone connected to transportation in any way is encouraged to attend this comprehensive event!

TMACC has collaborated with partners: PECO, DVRPC, and PennDOT to develop this program where we can all learn from industry experts as well as TMACC members who are working within the EV space.

APA #9259917: This event will provide AICP CM credits.

DRAFT AGENDA 11.07.2022
Welcome 8:10
Keynote: A National Perspective: Electric Vehicles Today –
Mariela de Jesus Arceo Madriz, Engineer Scientist II
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) (8:20)

Plugging in PA: Pennsylvania State Plan for Electric Vehicle Mobility: (8:50)
Gunnar Rhone, PE, Engineering Specialist, Office of Transformational Technology, PennDOT

Building out a region: Lesson Learned: (9:20)
Jeff Kupko, PE, PTOE, Associate Vice President
National Advanced Mobility & Vehicle Electrification Director
Mobility Technology Solutions
Michael Baker International

Break Out Sessions (10– 10:50/ 11:00- 11:50)
EV Ordinances
  • Max Litvack-Winkler, Sustainable Mobility Specialist, ICF
  • Jean Krack, Borough Manager, Borough of Phoenixville
  • Shane P. Rice, Executive Policy Specialist, Policy Office, PennDOT
  • Frank Robinson, Director, ESI, Econsult Solutions

Site Location
  • Robert Tuttle, PE, Director of EV Charging Solutions, Urban Engineering
  • Gunnar Rhone, PE, Engineering Specialist, Office of Transformational Technology, PennDOT
  • Isaac E. Kessler, PE, Associate, Municipal Services Team Lead, Remington & Vernick Engineers: Level 3 Charging Stations at the Middletown Twp. (Bucks) Building
EV Funding Opportunities
  • Jeff Kupko, PE, PTOE, AVP, Michael Baker International
  • Colton Brown 
  • Tom Bonner, Sr. Manager, State Government Affairs, PECO
Fleet Transformation
  • Steve Shur, Vice President, Government Affairs EV Strategy, Hertz
  • Mark Purcell, Amazon (NC)
  • Name TBD, PECO
Charging Technologies. (Dynamic inductive charging, battery storage, solar, and load management systems)
Tom Bonner, Sr. Manager, State Government Affairs, PECO (12:00)

Keynote: Unlocking Potential Economic Benefits for Low Income EV Consumers
Frank Robinson, Director, ESI Econsult Solutions (12:30)
Panel Discussion Moderated by Tom Bonner (1:00)

Conclusion 1:30


***This event will provide AICP CM credits.