Urvi Nagrani

EV Development Consultant
Climate Solution Consulting

Urvi Nagrani is an expert in medium & heavy-duty EV applications, sustainability planning, and the electric vehicle policy landscape. She has worked with a variety of companies in EV infrastructure development including as a Director of Fleet Solutions at Volta Charging, Fleet Development Manager with PowerFlex, an EDF Renewables Company, and as a Board Advisor at eIQ Mobility which was acquired by NextEra Energy. Previously she was Director of Business Development at Motiv Power Systems where she spent over 6 years helping scale the team from prototype to commercial product including working on the first all-electric school buses and specialty work trucks. There she led all state and federal policy, and was the first person to secure an electric chassis certification from the California Air Resources Board. She has been an activist around many issues from LGBT rights to environmental justice and was elected as a DNC Delegate for Elizabeth Warren in San Francisco in 2020. She has a B.A. in Film & Media Studies from UC Santa Barbara and an A.A. in History from Foothill College.

Urvi Nagrani’s Session(s):

| Tuesday, October 18, 2022

8:15 a.m.–9:15 a.m. Pacific: Close the Gap: Scaling EV Infrastructure Today

To keep pace with the rapidly growing interest in electric vehicles, vast networks of publicly accessible chargers will need to be built and put into operation. A failure to scale to meet growth will slow the progress decarbonizing road transport. This timely session focuses on a discussion of scaling strategies and what to consider to tie into the nation’s infrastructure. Topics covered include: 

    • Societal, demographic, and monetary factors
    • The role of software and services, new business models, consolidation, and competition
    • Hiring talent to solve the vast and complex technological, operational, and consumer-acceptance challenges

| Wednesday, October 19, 2022

10:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Pacific: EV Fleet Management

Transitioning to an electric fleet is a complex undertaking that takes an ecosystem of partners, charging infrastructure, hardware, and software. Overseeing the needs of fleets during this transition puts a new spin on various aspects of fleet management including GPS Tracking, routing, maintenance, analytics, energy usage, and charging reports to name a few. Understand how to leverage the capabilities of your electric fleet. 


In this session, we will explore best practices and lessons learned in EV charging infrastructure deployment, the role that fleet technicians play in electric vehicles maintenance/repair, Supply chain disruptions, and more. 

    • Walk away with new hardware and software to save you time and money 
    • Create resiliency by incorporating EV training for your fleet drivers and maintenance team 
    • Improve fleet productivity and streamline operations 
    • Mitigate EVSE downtime

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