Wednesday, March 2nd Monthly Luncheon, JOINT meeting with ASCE: Charging into the Future – Navigating the Growth and Impacts of Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure in North Texas, presented by Baily Muller, NCTCOG

This is a JOINT meeting with ASCE! Don’t miss it!

TO REGISTER, CLICK ON THIS LINK

Deadline for RSVPs is NOON 2/26/2022 – Due to new rules and guidelines, we can no longer accommodate Walk Ins. Please make sure to make a reservation!

The RAFFLE is back so don’t forget to bring cash!!!

TIME:
10:30 a.m. Board Meeting
11:30 a.m. Registration
12:30 p.m. Lunch and Program

LOCATION:
“777 Main”
Petroleum Club | 40th Floor
777 Main Street | Fort Worth, Texas

COST:
$35.00 Full Buffet
$30.00 Young Members

PARKING:
$5.50 On-Site Parking
(with validation)

Topic: Charging into the Future – Navigating the Growth and Impacts of Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure in North Texas

Electric vehicles (EV) continue to gain popularity in Texas and across the nation as a quiet, clean, and economical alternatives to traditional automobiles. With the federal backing of zero emission transportation including Biden Administration’s executive order aiming for half of all vehicle sales to be zero emission by 2030 and the recent passing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, the transportation electrification sector is a quickly growing and constantly adapting technology. This informative presentation will examine the state of EVs in Texas, basics and important elements of deploying charging infrastructure, energy and grid impacts, policy considerations, and planning for community readiness of EV growth.

Presenter: Baily Muller, Senior Air Quality Planner, NCTCOG

Bailey Muller joined the Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) in January 2016. She currently serves as a Senior Air Quality Planner. Much of her work falls under the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, the local chapter of a Department of Energy program focused on increasing energy efficiency in the transportation sector. Her responsibilities include focus on electric vehicles and infrastructure, local government policy, and community readiness.

Bailey is originally from Chicago, Illinois. In 2015, she received a Masters Degree in Urban Planning and Policy with a specialization in Environmental Planning from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She got her Bachelors Degree from Texas Christian University in Environmental Sciences.



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