Follow Esri on our EV Road Trip, the California EV EdVenture!

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Director, Utility Solutions, Esri

William (Bill) Meehan is the Director of Utility Solutions for Esri. He is responsible for business development and marketing Esri’s geospatial technology to global electric and gas utilities.A...

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In order to prepare for upcoming the EV revolution, Esri wanted to find out what average people and utilities were thinking about EVs. Esri partnered with Zpryme, a leading energy research, event, and media company, to provide some interesting anecdotal evidence to help us and have a little fun along the way.  This week, Esri and Zpryme will be on the road promoting the California EV EdVenture road trip. 

During this trip, Esri and Zpryme will be querying EV users and utility decision makers from San Francisco to San Diego, with stops along the way in Sacramento, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, and Redlands. They will be using Esri technology to optimize their charging and tracking progress using Esri ArcGIS Dashboards in real-time. In addition, they will be reporting on their experience dealing with different types of EV charging stations. And will report on any glitches along the way.

Learn more about EV’s and check out the road trip live by accessing our map, or follow our journey on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instragram with the hashtag #EVEdventure.

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Audra Drazga on Oct 21, 2022

What fun - a road trip!  I am looking forward to reading about the results of the trip!  Safe Travels. 

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Thank Bill for the Post!
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