Mike Weseloh

Director, Electrical Contracting Partnerships
GoPowerEV, Inc.

Michael Weseloh believes cost-effective charging for electric vehicles should be ubiquitous and equitably available to everyone. With ~80% of charging done at home and ~40% of American living in Multifamily properties he became the Director of Electric Contractor Partnerships for GoPowerEV to help this belief become a reality. Michael is building a partner ecosystem for GoPowerEV, beginning with electrical contractors. Michael has 29 years of experience in Silicon Valley companies, including steering committee and board positions with UPnP and ZigBee respectively and has additionally been a voting member in IEEE802.  In his spare time, Michael invests in and rehabs homes in the Portland, Oregon area; has bred and raised fox red Labradors and appreciates a good cup of coffee! 

Mike Weseloh’s Session(s):

| Tuesday, October 18, 2022

2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Pacific: Infrastructure for Multifamily Units

With the evolving market of EV adoption, multi-unit dwellings such as condos, apartments, townhomes, etc. are in a pivotal position to grow with the market. As public charging continues to be built out, MUDs have significant incentives to offer EV charging infrastructure to their tenants. EV Charging is a draw for future residents and enables properties to retain residents and foster a sustainable community that is prepared for the future. MUDs are faced with unique challenges when bringing EV infrastructure to their site. Prepare to walk away with:

    • Strategies for billing residents and access to the public
    • How to navigate electrical challenges 
    • Key steps to help your community become EV ready 
    • Taking advantage of state and utility incentives to offset infrastructure costs

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