EV Ecosystem - Experts Weigh IN

There is no doubt that electric vehicles are rapidly becoming a formidable alternative for commercial, civic and consumer use.  The construction industry is both a provider and a user.  As a provider, we will design, source and build electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facilities.  We will update utility providers to generate, store and transmit the increased power needs.  As infrastructure and transit shifts to electric vehicles and smart infrastructure, we will design and build those systems too!  Some of us will soon adopt this technology for fleets and equipment as well as on sight infrastructure.

This session will provide a deeper awareness of the current dynamics and scale relative to

  • commercial fleet and consumer vehicles that rely on alternative power
  • the power supply preparedness to meet the power needs
  • infrastructure to maximize Indiana’s freight and logistics strength
  • combining all of this to impact economic Indiana’s development success

This event will be held Thursday, April 13 at Indiana Landmarks, 1201 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Registration and networking opens at 7:30 a.m. The program will run from 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. and include time for Q & A. Don’t miss this informative session. Register Today!

Presenters include:

  • Danielle McGrath, President, Indiana Energy Association
  • Danielle Spalding, VP Cirba Solutions, Heritage Group
  • Diane Newton, Associate Vice President, HNTB


Schedule of Event:

7:30AM  – Registration Opens
7:30-8:00AM – Networking + Breakfast
8:00-9:30AM – Program
9:30-10:00AM – Networking


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SkenderJamie Nieves
The Skillman CorporationNatalie O'Hara
Corteva AgriscienceDerek Frank
Indiana UniversityAmanda Keene
Corteva AgriscienceRob Oak
SmithGroupCarla Hill
City of CarmelKevin Whited
SiemensCarl Kinsey
Applied Engineering ServicesChris Prauda
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