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* John Incorvaia

Market Segment Leader

John has served on the Renewable Energy team at GPRS for the past 3 years. He is responsible for the overall vision and strategy for subsurface damage prevention within the EV market while managing all strategic partnerships. Over the past 3 years, he has been an integral part of the growth and development of the Renewable Energy and EV Charging portfolio and leads an elite customer service team to manage operations. He has developed key partnerships within the Clean Energy Transportation market and desires continuous adoption of utility locating and mapping services moving forward.


With over 2,000+ EV projects completed since 2020, GPRS has the experience and industry knowledge to support all your design and construction efforts. Striking utilities while installing charging stations can be costly, dangerous, and harmful to a company’s reputation. GPRS minimizes the risk of subsurface damage and maximizes your efforts to confirm the viability and placement of your desired EV charging location. Join us in the pursuit of 100% subsurface damage prevention and make GPRS your utility scanning company.

* John Incorvaia’s Session(s):

Site Installation Fundamentals — Thu, March 30, 2023

Installing EV charging stations at your residential, commercial, or municipal site will enable you to increase cash flow, and reap numerous benefits and value-creation opportunities. This session will dive into site analysis, security requirements, infrastructure planning, power requirements, securing operational partnerships, environment integration, and installation. Join us for this fundamental session to learn:

  • Guide site selection, feasibility, and design decisions for your region 
  • Proactive subsurface damage prevention measures
  • Identify how traffic impact studies can influence site selection 
  • Explore how and where to access incentives to support your installation

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