You have a new electric vehicle (or you are planning to buy soon)…hurray! You’re part of the EV revolution! We’re so proud. All you need to do now is figure out how to handle your EV charging!
So now what? There’s a plethora of information out there about charging and it’s only natural to have questions about it all. Where does the EV owner (or soon-to-be) even begin? Start with CleanTechnica’s latest webinar! On July 12th, CleanTechnica’s EV expert Jo Borras will sit down with industry pros to go over EV charging 101.
Tuesday, July 12th, 2022
1:00pm ET / 10:00am PT
Jo will be chatting live with Ben Shapiro from RMI, Tom Bowen from Qmerit, and Julien Blancher from FLO to discuss the ins and outs of EV charging both at home and on the go, covering everything from common questions that will be familiar to anyone who is a new or soon-to-be EV owner, as well as all the info you need regarding where and how to charge your EV on the road, what electricity costs and when, some of the widely-accepted “charging etiquette” surrounding public chargers, and, finally, some cost-effective options for for home charging that maximize safety and convenience.
You’ll get real-world tips from experts and have an opportunity to ask questions of professionals from across the charging landscape in this friendly introduction to the EV charging world– see you there!
What about mobile apps? Smart features? Electrical capacity for home chargers? We know it’s a lot to think about, so listen in as we go through the basics of charging charging your electric at home, and on the go!
There will be time for audience Q+A, so bring your toughest charging questions. And, if you can’t make it to the webinar live, never fear. Sign up anyway, email us your questions, and we’ll send you the recorded webinar (with the answers!) once it’s ready. Register today to join us on July 12th. See you then!
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