Mr. Linowes has over 13 years of experience in supply- and demand-side energy management and financing. He partners with organizations to plan, finance, execute, and manage large-scale infrastructure initiatives encompassing intricate funding structures and multiple stakeholders, including federal, state, and local government, private sector firms and community advocates. His experience spans the complete infrastructure lifecycle, from strategic planning, financing, and negotiating agreements to delivering and managing hard assets. Over the course of his career, Mr. Linowes has developed 200 MW of new power generation, storage, and microgrid assets and is currently working with clients to develop charging infrastructure in support of fleet electrification initiatives.
Andrew Linowes, CEM’s Session(s):
8:30 am–9:30 am | Fri, June 30, 2023
EV Charging stations are profitable opportunities for stakeholders as more EV drivers are becoming accustomed to paying for charging. In order to develop a pricing model to ensure ROI, consider first how to offer a seamless customer experience to encourage returning customers. In this session, you will walk away prepared to establish a pricing model that will make the attraction and experience more important than the cost to charge.
- Compare the various business ownership models for EV Charging operations.
- Understand how the evolution of regulations on charging will affect your revenue.
- Recoup substantial portions of EV Charging station costs and receive tax credits by re-billing residents, charging the public, and leveraging AI.
- Increase profit-per-customer.
- Bolster your customer base.