Webinar | EV Infrastructure & Equity: A Data-Driven Approach

WEBINAR | EV Infrastructure & Equity: A Data-Driven Approach

June 22, 2022 | 3pm EST | 60 Minutes

Join other public agencies and planning firms to make sense of the nationwide initiative to build our country’s EV capability 

EV charging infrastructure is top of mind for both public sector agencies and consultant partners thanks to $7.5 billion in new federal funding from the IIJA bill. In order to qualify for funding, each state must submit its own EV infrastructure plan. This plan must include how each state intends to comply with the federal government’s Justice 40 guidance ensuring program benefits reach disadvantaged communities.

What you’ll learn:

  • A panel discussion from thought leaders on this topic
  • Elements of EV Equity Analysis to comply with Justice 40
  • Best practices to set GHG Targets and Equity Goals on Federal Funding applications
  • How to combine public datasets with Replica travel data for disadvantaged communities
  • Live technical demo demonstrating the use of Replica data to understand the implications of siting EV charging stations in the context of existing travel patterns

Who Should Attend:
Public Agencies and Planning Firms. 

About Replica:Replica provides data about the built environment and the ways people interact with it. Our mission is to organize the world’s information about the built environment and make it accessible, valuable, and actionable.

Kiran Jain

Kiran Jain | Chief Policy Officer + General Counsel | LinkedIn

Kiran has over 15 years of experience working with technology companies and public agencies on legal and public policy innovation impacting the built environment. She is the former Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Oakland, where she focused on data-driven service delivery to drive more equitable outcomes, and is a former city attorney focused on land use, real estate and municipal finance.

Vincent Riscica

Vincent Riscica | Arup: Zero Emission Mobility Consultant | LinkedIn

Vincent Riscica is a Senior Consultant in Arup’s New York office where he leads an interdisciplinary Zero Emission Mobility team. He applies his planning and policy expertise to help clients address community challenges and promote sustainability and climate justice. He draws on a broad background including projects in post-disaster reconstruction, pedestrian safety, climate adaptive infrastructure, electrification, curb management, and smart mobility. Since 2017, Vincent has been leading EV infrastructure planning projects and helping develop and refine Arup’s approach to EV charging demand and infrastructure suitability analysis. He contributed to the development of Arup’s equitable charging siting tool called Charge4All. Vincent is part of Arup’s global Future Mobility and Zero Emission Mobility Integration Teams.

Max Sokol, AICP

Max Sokol, AICP | Solutions Architect | LinkedIn

Max has over a dozen years of experience in the private, public, and non-profit sectors of the planning profession, and he has served in local and national leadership roles with the APA. From 2017 – 2020, Max was President of the APA NY Metro Chapter, and he served  for the past two years as Vice Chair of the APA Chapter Presidents Council.

Monisha Shah

Monisha Shah | Joint Office of Energy & Transportation: Equity Lead | LinkedIn

Monisha Shah is Senior Energy Analyst in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center at NREL’s Washington D.C. office. Receiving a M.S.E. in Environmental Engineering from John Hopkins University, Monisha’s work centers on the impact of climate change and energy policy on the deployment of renewable energy technologies across communities and its subsequential economic development. Most recently, Monisha pioneered the development and implementation of Department of Energy’s first Justice40 benefits framework. In her work, she continues to explore systems and practices for energy and environmental justice in communities across the country. She is now the Equity Lead for the Joint of Office on Energy and Transportation.

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