This webinar was held on Friday, May 8, 2020.
Battery electric bus deployments require transit agencies to integrate a totally new fueling infrastructure. A critical partner in this effort is the electric utility. For many transit agencies, utility business models, tariff structures and planning processes are not well understood.
In this webinar, hosted by APTA, in partnership with the Edison Electric Institute, you will hear from a panel of three electric companies about how they operate, what they are doing to support the electric bus market, and how transit agencies and electric companies can work effectively together to support electric bus deployments. They will share their success stories, pitfalls to avoid and what you should think about as you ramp up electric bus infrastructure. The panel will also answer audience questions.
Director-Bus Programs and Emerging Vehicle Technologies
American Public Transportation Association
Director, Electric Transportation
Edison Electric Institute
|Cameron Freberg is a Utility Strategist for Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technologies at Austin Energy and has experience working across many areas in the utility industry. His work at Austin has supported program development and operations around new technologies to include energy storage, electric vehicles, demand response, marketing campaign development, and serving as a liaison for new technology initiatives with academia, industry, and the community. Previously, Cameron worked in the Energy Research and Technology Initiatives department at CPS Energy in San Antonio. Cameron holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration with a focus on Urban and Environmental Planning from Texas State University.|
Southern California Edison
Los Angeles, CA
Andrew Papson is an Advisor in the eMobility group of Southern California Edison, dedicated to accelerating the deployment electric trucks and buses. His work in the Charge Ready Transport program contributes to SCE’s goal of building deploying over 200,000 EV trucks and buses by 2030.
Andrew’s role focuses on building partnerships with industry and agency stakeholders in truck and bus sectors. Through coordination with public sector partners, establishing industry working groups, and participating in industry events, Andrew is a conduit for engaging stakeholders in how to partner on large EV infrastructure projects and socializing information on technology and market readiness.
Senior Director of Energy Solutions
Kansas City, MO
As Senior Director of Energy Solutions at Evergy, Kim is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic vision for Evergy’s products and services across its Missouri and Kansas jurisdictions. Ms. Winslow is responsible for developing Evergy’s customer solutions as it relates to demand side management, electrification, distributed energy resources and customer choice rates. In addition, Evergy manages a portfolio of non-regulated home protection products. Ms. Winslow has led her team to offer award winning energy efficiency programs under the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act (MEEIA).