Sean Yentsch is vice president of facilities for Penske Transportation Solutions. In this role, he is responsible for the leadership of the facilities department that supports a companywide portfolio. Yentsch provides strategic direction and execution on annual capital planning, facility programs, construction, ZEV infrastructure, enterprise maintenance services, and corporate headquarters and office operations.
Yentsch previously served as director of facilities, senior regional facility manager, and facility project manager. Prior to joining Penske, Yentsch’s portfolio for a leading civil engineering consulting firm included several Fortune 500 companies.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in structural engineering and construction management from Penn State University.
Sean Yentsch’s Session(s):
11:25 am–12:00 pm | Thu, March 21, 2024
The fastest charge isn’t always the right charge. While the end user always prefers speed, it doesn’t mean it’s the right choice for the site host install. This panel will explore the benefits of different charging infrastructure and the right circumstances for each level of charger to provide an ROI.
The discussion will include:
- Assessing installation, maintenance, and operational costs and the potential impact on your ROI
- Taking into account customer behavior to help you choose the best charger to fit their needs
- Strategy differentiation depending the specific needs and characteristics of your property