Electric Vehicle Charging in Apartment Buildings

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Held on: Thursday, September 19th 2019
Where: Online - join via your computer or phone!
Your Hosts: Brent Clark, Tim Washington, Mark Melocco
Cost: Complimentary

About the Webinar

Hear from the experts in this free webinar about charging for electric vehicles (EV) in apartment buildings.

Our guest speakers from industry, strata and electric vehicle peak bodies will help demystify the key information that people living in apartments will need to consider when owning an EV in the future.

All from the comfort of your own home or online anywhere.

Who should attend?

- Residents living in apartments who are considering owning an Electric Vehicle (EV) in the future
- Strata owners
- Strata managers
- Other interested folks

Register Today!

Your Hosts

Brent Clark

Brent Clark is the CEO and founder of energy consultancy, Wattblock. Over the past 5 years he has assisted apartment buildings housing over 50,000 residents with energy efficiency, renewable energy and electric vehicle charging reports. This includes EV charging projects with City of Sydney, Energex and Griffith University. He holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management.

Tim Washington

Tim Washington is the founder and CEO of JET Charge, Australia's largest EV charging infrastructure specialist. He is also the co-founder and Director of Chargefox, Australia's largest charging network. Chargefox is building Australia's first ultra-rapid charging network. Tim has also partnered with Ohmie to deliver Australia’s first private EV car share service: Ohmie Go.

On the industry front, Tim is the Chairperson of the Australian EV Council, the peak body for the EV industry in Australia. 

Mark Melocco

Mark Melocco is long time apartment owner, EV enthusiast, member of Strata Owners Committee and has passed a Plug -In Vehicle By Law to better manage and control future EV adoption in his building. Mark continues to look at ways residents can be better prepared for changes to EV technology and it is his intention to further explore electrical load capacity and smart charge metering in the future.