How Duquesne Light and ZappyRide are driving electric vehicle adoption during COVID and beyond

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While electric vehicle (EV) sales are expected to take a hit this year due to COVID-19, diminished travel highlights the important role EVs play in reducing emissions. The challenge for electric utilities is how to use this moment to effectively engage customers around EVs.

Duquesne Light and ZappyRide are working together to pilot new ways to provide utility customers access to information that informs EV purchase decisions. Join our webinar on July 14th at 1:00pm ET to learn about the tools and strategies electric utilities can take to engage customers on EVs and drive adoption.

Join experts from Duquesne Light, ZappyRide, and ICF for an in depth look at: 

  • The impact of COVID-19 on the EV market.
  • How electric utilities can advise customers on EV adoption in the “new normal.”
  • Lessons learned from residential and commercial EV pilot programs.
Meet the authors
  1. Stacy Noblet, Vice President, Transportation Electrification + ICF Climate Center

    Stacy is a transportation electrification expert supporting government and commercial clients with over 15 years’ experience. View bio

  2. Olivier Pincon, ZappyRide
  3. Sarah Olexsak, Duquesne Light
  4. Nancy Caplan, Senior Vice President, Energy Marketing

    Nancy Caplan has more than 25 years of strategic communications and marketing experience in the energy industry with expertise in strategic planning and implementation, brand development and campaign management, executive consulting and writing; crisis communications and issues management, employee communications and media relations; event planning and production; and publication editing and design. View bio