Dwayne R. NorrisCo-Founder & COO
Soulful Synergy, LLC.
Dwayne R. Norris is the Co-Founder & COO of Soulful Synergy, LLC. Through his work, Dwayne seeks to address systemic issues that affect disadvantaged communities by providing transformational services, designed to improve lives and create long-term, sustainable development.
As Soulful Synergy COO, Dwayne is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations, developing strategic partnerships, and working with stakeholders to design programs that create an impact in our community. Dwayne aids in the design of curated curricula for career advancement that encompass classroom training, hands-on vocational training, communication and soft skills training, financial literacy training, covered resume writing, and assistance with job placement and career advancement. Dwayne manages multi-million dollar workforce development programs for government and privately funded institutions; engages community partners across the state of New York to re-design and implement training programs that have succeeded in training more than 6,000 people for careers in the green construction industry, clean energy industry, and security industry to name a few.
Dwayne R. Norris’s Session(s):
9:00 am–11:00 am | Wed, March 20, 2024
Conducting a Transportation Electrification Feasibility Study (TEFS) is the first step in determining if Electric Vehicle (EV) charging is appropriate for your site. Our session will teach participants that each EV Charging Equipment (EVCE) installation project differs. Certain site characteristics will be important in determining the charging infrastructure that should be installed. Soulful Synergy's Training will walk participants through the different steps of conducting a Feasibility Study, helping people understand the important data to be collected and factors that will determine the site's charging needs and limitations.
This training will teach participants:
- Important site characteristics to consider when designing and developing EVCE Projects
- How to calculate charging needs and charging costs
- Importance of managed charging to meet site requirements