Electric Transportation Interest Group 

Electric Transportation Interest Group


The PLMA Electric Transportation Interest Group addresses the growing popularity of electric transportation and its impacts on demand response, grid reliability, and beneficial electrification. Participants in this Interest Group's activities collaborate to develop a deeper understanding, and share best practices, on how utilities and vendors can most effectively work together. Though this Interest Group, PLMA member practitioners also gain knowledge from industry experts who address trends related to both electric transportation and to the infrastructure and data needs for deploying light- and heavy-duty electric fleets.

Group Leadership

Kessie Aveseikova

Co-Chair
Kessie Avseikova,
Opinion Dynamics

Co-Chair
Chad Saliba,
Geotab Energy

Joyce Bodoh

Co-Chair
Joyce Bodoh, Rappahannock Electric Co-op

Katie Parkinson, Apex

Co-Chair
Katie Parkinson,
Apex Analytics

Nick Bengtson

Co-Chair
Nick Bengtson, 
EnergyHub


Upcoming Activities

HOT TOPIC Conversation: A "Lightning Round" Learning Opportunity with Leading Electric Transportation Vendors
Thursday, June 24, 2021  |  12:30 to 2:00 pm ET  /  9:30 to 11:00 am PT

Interested in learning about PLMA colleagues and peers working in the electric transportation space? In this HOT TOPIC Conversation you'll hear from PLMA member practitioners on their electric transportation products, programs, activities, and results to date, and the ways in which they are engaging with their utility partners.

Register through the PLMA Calendar


Archived Activities

HOT TOPIC Conversation: Exploring the Role of Electric Transportation in Demand Response and Load Management
Featuring: PLMA's Electric Transportation Co-Chairs
Thursday, April 29, 2021 | 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET / 10:00 to 11:00 am PT
Click here to review the slides and recording.

For this first conversation, Joyce Bodoh, Director of Energy Solutions and Clean Energy at Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC), will present REC's survey results and load data on electric vehicles from its Virginia service area. She will also discuss REC's roadmap on transportation electrification, and will share tips on member engagement. The group co-chairs will then host a discussion to share ideas, thoughts, and suggestions around topical and relevant issues for PLMA to explore throughout 2021. Join us for this first look at electric transportation and its role in demand response and load management.


PLEASE NOTE:

PLMA Interest Group membership is restricted to representatives from PLMA member organizations. For information about PLMA membership, please email MemberServices@peakload.org.