In case you missed CleanTechnica’s latest webinar, last week our founder, Scott Cooney, led a panel discussion with some experts on the subject of EV use at multi-family properties. You can check out the recorded webinar below. We had a great time putting this webinar on, so we hope viewers learned a lot and enjoyed the chat.
Our panelists were Matthieu Loos, the Senior Technical Advisor at FLO; John Riat, the Development Coordinator at Casto; and Sam Spofforth, the Chief Executive Officer at Clean Fuels Ohio and Initiative Co-Leader at Drive Electric USA. Scott and these three All Stars went over the ins and outs of how to improve EV charging options and accessibility for anyone who lives in multi-unit dwellings or those who don’t have access to a garage for charging (“garage orphans,” as they are called).
The goal moving forward is continuing to make electric vehicles more accessible to everyone and accelerating the clean energy revolution. Check out the full discussion below to get some insight into how to make this goal even more of a reality:
For those of you who attended and submitted questions, thank you for being part of this critical conversation. More questions or comments for the panelists? Please email: email@example.com.
This article was supported by FLO.
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