Smart Charging For Smart Buildings: Embracing Load Management
Thomas Martin, Director of Business Development, SWTCH Energy
To address these challenges, future-proof their buildings, and find solutions for tenants’ EV charging needs, property owners and developers can collaborate with EV charging providers and utilities to implement smart energy management solutions. These solutions dynamically adjust the energy being used by EV chargers based on a building's real-time energy consumption. As a result, building owners can maximize charging installations without incurring expensive infrastructure costs.
In this session, Thomas Martin, Director of Business Development at SWTCH Energy will discuss how SWTCH’s software makes it more accessible and affordable to install and manage EV charging in both commercial and residential buildings. Drawing from numerous case studies from across North America, Thomas will illustrate how SWTCH has empowered property owners of new and existing buildings to employ energy management solutions to install up to ten times more chargers without costly infrastructure upgrades.
Thomas can also speak to SWTCH’s extensive experience in deploying and implementing demand response programs across their vast 10,000-charger network, further showcasing contributions to grid stability and energy efficiency while accommodating the growing number of EVs on the road. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about SWTCH’s pioneering vehicle-to-grid integrations.
Now available to watch on-demand: Register for this webinar to watch a recording of the presentation and audience Q&A.
All Sessions: December 2023 Infrastructure Conference
The sessions from our December Virtual Conference are now available to view on-demand. Register for a session below to watch the recording and download the presentation. This virtual event spanned all things EV charging in two main tracks:
Track 1: Deploying EV Infrastructure & Fleets
Content for fleet/facility managers, charging network operators, public transport planners, etc.
Track 2: Design & Manufacturing of Charging Systems
Content for engineers who are building, testing, and manufacturing charging systems.