Sacramento, California –ChargePoint Vice President of Marketing Dimitrios Papadogonas will join a panel of experts for a conference held by Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) entitled “Pathway to 2050 – Achieving California’s Advanced Energy Goals.” Papadogonas will be joined by an array of leaders from the business, political and investment communities to discuss the challenges and opportunities in meeting the state’s energy goals through secure, clean and affordable energy solutions.
ChargePoint is the largest network of independently owned electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the world with nearly 13,000 charging stations in the United States and over a 60% market share of charging stations. Also in attendance will be Tom Steyer, business leader and Co-Founder of AEE, Senator Kevin de León and Mary Nichols, Chair of the California Air Resources Board.
An overview of the day is available at http://info.aee.net/sacramento--‐pathwayto2050.
Papadogonas will be speaking from 10:15 to 11:15 AM on the panel entitled “Advanced Transportation: Overcoming the Barriers to Successful Deployment.” Opening remarks begin at 8:40 AM.
August 20, 2013
Moderated by Ryan Popple, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
Recognized as the worldwide leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, ChargePoint is the largest online network of independently-owned EV charging stations in the world – operating in more than a dozen countries with more than 12,000 charging locations. Every 15 seconds someone connects their vehicle to a ChargePoint station.
ChargePoint’s best-in-class hardware – as well as hardware from other manufacturers – is connected to ChargePoint's cloud–based software. This innovative platform provides charging station owners with the control and data they need and want to optimize their charging operations, including billing, access control, and remote driver support. Station owners can monitor and track charging station usage and costs, create pricing structures for charging services, and reward driver loyalty.
ChargePoint provides a free mobile application with real-time data that allows drivers to locate and navigate to unoccupied charging stations. Drivers can also track their charging status and usage, as well as their greenhouse gas and fuel savings. Over 60 percent of all publicly-accessible networked EV charging stations are ChargePoint stations or run on the ChargePoint network, and nearly 40 percent of all EV drivers are ChargePoint members. By initiating 2.5 million charging sessions, ChargePoint consumers have saved three million gallons of gasoline and avoided 46 million pounds of CO2 emissions.
For more information about ChargePoint, visit www.chargepoint.com.