- Feb. 8, 2023
-- To help the industry achieve the full potential of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G), the first annual V2G Business, Policy & Technology Forum
, February 28 - March 1, 2023 in Los Angeles will convene top industry players, working groups, utility professionals and others who are focused on the successful development and implementation of V2G in the United States. Hosted by Southern California Edison, this is a Forum for V2G stakeholders to come together and work on accelerating V2G standardization and adoption.
Significant challenges for V2G include standards harmonization, identifying use cases and business models, the complexity of V2G versus other DERs, competing jurisdictions and more. Working through these issues and enabling utilities, automakers, charging network operators and others to achieve the V2G promise is the main driver for the V2G Forum.
- Katie Sloan, Vice President - Customer Programs and Services (CP&S), Southern California Edison
- Jeff Lu, Air Pollution Specialist, California Energy Commission
- Chris Irwin, Program Manager for Transactive Energy, Communications and Interoperability in Smart Grid, U.S. Department of Energy
- Joe Bielawski, Clean Transportation Project Manager, SDG&E
- Sunil Chhaya, Ph.D., Senior Technical Executive -- EV-Energy System Integration, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
- Jordan Smith, P.E., Consulting (Principal) Engineer, Grid Technology Innovation, Southern California Edison
- Zach Woogen, Policy Manager, Vehicle-Grid Integration Council (VGIC)
- Michael Bourton, Vice President, Business Development, Kitu Systems
- Richard Scholer, Manager - Charging Systems, Stellantis
- David Narang - Section Manager, Applied Power Systems, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- John Holmes, CEO and CTO, Paratelic Ventures
- Beat Kreuter, Vice President - Product Testing, Business Line Safety, DEKRA SE
- Glenn Skutt, CTO, Fermata Energy
- Jens Schmutzler, R&D, Keysight Technologies
- Lydia Krefta, Acting Director, Clean Energy Transportation, Regulatory, Compliance and Pilots, PG&E
- Shaun Tuyuri, Sr. Technical Leader - Electric Vehicle Infrastructure, EPRI
- Elise Keddie, Senior Project Program Analyst, Allegheny Science & Technology, and Contractor, U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office
- Joshua McDonald, Consulting Engineer, Southern California Edison
- James Mater, Co-Founder and Director of Strategy, Smart Grid, QualityLogic
Topics to be Addressed Include:
- Accelerating V2G in the emerging V1G charging standardization regime
- Stakeholder Perspectives on Value Proposition for V2G
- Follow the $: Delving into the Value of the Top Business Models for V2G
- What Are the Technical Challenges with V2G?
- Other Challenges to V2G Success -- How do we address them?
The event will be held at Southern California Edison's conference and education center in Irwindale, CA. For full information and to register, visit www.v2gforum.com