The broad march toward the electrification of infrastructure around the world creates challenges for the power industry. Electric vehicles (EVs) create an opportunity and a need for investment in the network of distributed energy resources (DER) and distribution infrastructure necessary to facilitate their growing implementation in cities and transportation corridors around the world.
Electric utilities are in a unique position to deploy EV infrastructure. Our team has the experience and depth to help conceptualize, design and execute a plan based on a thorough understanding of the intricacies of the technology and the industry. We have professionals experienced in EV charging location optimization, prediction of energy use and energy costs, vehicle-to-grid integration, communication network design, budget planning, and transportation and route planning.
Our in-house project managers and construction professionals can help you with all electrification infrastructure planning and move your projects from concept to deployment smoothly and efficiently.
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Kyle Pynn Senior Project Manager 816-349-6711