Charlotte FaganPrincipal Analyst, Clean Energy Development
Charlotte is a Principal Analyst in Clean Energy Development at National Grid where she works on transmission infrastructure development needed to meet New York State's ambitious transportation electrification and renewables mandates. One of the authors of the recent Electric Highways Study released by National Grid in partnership with RMI and CALSTART, her recent work is focused on proactive investment to meet future charging demand on highways and preparing the grid to meet fleet electrification needs in Upstate New York. Before joining a leadership program at National Grid for high potential MBA graduates, Charlotte worked in Energy Procurement at Southern California Edison. Prior to her work in the utility sector, Charlotte spent nearly ten years working in sustainable transportation in Latin America and Africa and brings her experience leading diverse groups to the utility sector to drive environmentally just outcomes.
First Draft Picks: Creating the Ultimate Stakeholder Ecosystem — Fri, March 31, 2023
Many players serve a role in the deployment of charging infrastructure, but are you involving all the right stakeholders to ensure longevity? In this keynote panel, experts will address various models and approaches to EV readiness, strategic planning, delivery, and stakeholder involvement for successful EV infrastructure deployment to save you time and money. This is a can't-miss session to ensure organizational performance.