Bureau Veritas Simplifies your EV Journey: Impacts, considerations and best practices to manage your fleet electrification
According to USA Today, Electric Vehicle registrations soared 60% in the first quarter of 2022; EV sales are expected to double every 2 years with an estimated 40 million EVs on the road by 2030. As light-duty electric vehicle sales continue to grow, fleet and sustainability managers will be pressed to simplify their strategic EV journey.
Are you ready?
Watch this webinar for an informative session on strategizing, planning and simplifying your EV Journey. Industry experts from BV and Brightly will walk you through the EV charging Lifecycle and more.
Join us to learn:
- How to make your electrification program roll out more efficient
- About best practices and considerations for implementing an electrification of your fleet,site planning, design, and routine maintenance inspection
- About EV charging life cycle
EV Program Manager, Bureau Veritas
Christopher Becker is an experienced leader in the EV marketplace and has developed long-term planning, fiscal responsibility, and oversight into multi-tier deployments. His experiences over the past 12 years within FedEx and Republic Services enabled him future-proof technologies and strategy to allow for regulatory, geographic, and environmental changes. Christopher was Senior Manager of Infrastructure and Deployment at Republic Services before he joined Bureau Veritas in 2022. There he developed relationships within major vehicle and EVSE OEMs and served as a resource for vehicle and tech development within the Class 6 & 8 market. Christopher now works as a subject matter expert in EV fleet deployment strategy & scaling, for Bureau Veritas North America, in vehicle-to-operational design efficiency, EVSE deployment and risk mitigation and utility and local municipality coordination.
Senior Vice President, Bureau Veritas
Matt Munter has over 30 years of experience working with facility managers in the Public and Institutional Market. Matt has been with BV for over 25 years and has successfully developed a national practice around facilities maintenance, planning, and management. Matt is a Clemson University Graduate and is a licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer. Matt, along with BVs technical assessments division is working to help build the infrastructure required to support wide-scale fleet electrification and adoption of EVs nationwide.