The Latest in the Electric Vehicle Market – What Sustainability Professionals Need to Know About EVs.

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September 25, 2019 – 1:15 to 2:15 PM EDT

Learn how EVs are changing the mobility landscape and the best pathways for governments to support this transition to a low carbon economy. Get the latest information on technologies, car models and deployment.

Students that took this professional course learned about the types of electric vehicles, the market and factors driving market growth, barriers to growth and how the market may overcome potential barriers, EV charging structures and charging station deployment.  The course was designed for educators, government and corporate decision-makers, automobile dealers and consultants.  The course material was organized into three self-study modules of recorded lectures and includes Q&A webinars with the instructor, Mr. Julian Bentley, for student questions. 

Julian Bentley is a professor in George Washington University’s Environmental & Energy Management Institute teaching the popular online professional education short course “On the Road to Mass Market Electric Vehicles“.

Julian has been an energy consultant to federal agencies, utilities and industry for over 20 years.

Since 2007, Julian has supported the Federal Fleet Program, assisting Federal agencies in developing and implementing comprehensive strategies to improve fleet efficiency, maximize alternative fuel use, improve fleet fuel management, reduce petroleum consumption, and meet regulatory requirements. He is a leading authority on electric vehicles, including their deployment and related charging infrastructure for fleets.

Julian is updating the GWU electric vehicle course material and in this 60-minute webinar, he reviews some of the latest advances in electric vehicle policy, charging station deployment, incentives, and models reaching the market. 

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