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About This Webinar

Thinking about implementing electric vehicle (EV) charging at your fueling & convenience retail location? As EVs will make up nearly 30% of new vehicles sold by 2025, now is the time to diversify your fueling options while increasing your in-store sales.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Where to install charging to ensure ROI
- How to generate revenue and build loyalty with EV charging
- Tips for using incentives to reduce the cost of installing charging stations
- What to prioritize as you plan for the future

When: Tue, Apr 25, 2023 · 1:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Director of Retail, Fueling & Convenience; ChargePoint
Jonathan is Director of Retail, Fueling and Convenience at ChargePoint. His cross-functional role sits at the intersection of sales, marketing, product and policy, enabling companies to include EV-charging at their locations so they are best positioned to meet the evolving mobility demands of their customers.

Previously, Jonathan was Executive Director of the New England Convenience Store & Energy Marketers Association, where he was responsible for the finances, day to day leadership, and advocacy efforts of the association. Prior to joining NECSEMA, Jonathan served as Vice President at Mutual Oil Co., Inc., a family business and one of the region’s highest volume motor fuels distributors. He is a past member of the National Association of Convenience Stores’ (NACS) legislative committee and member of the Energy Marketers Association of America’s (EMA) convenience store committee. He has published several Op-Eds and has been sought by the media on a variety of issues including fuels, tobacco, gaming, and labor.
Webinar hosting presenter
Program Development, ChargePoint
Joining ChargePoint in 2020, Brad leverages his nearly 16 years of utility operations, sales, and service experience to educate and enable the deployment of public facing DC charging infrastructure. While at Georgia Power, Brad managed the strategy and installation of a network of utility owned and operated fast charging stations. Having contributed to the coordination of over 100 fast charging installation projects, his experience serves as a foundation of best practices in the deploying charging infrastructure to ensure a seamless and reliable driver experience.

As Program Development Manager on the Strategic Customer Program Team, Brad builds customer strategies and sherpas customers in winning millions of dollars in outside funding that may take the form of utility, state and/or federal funding sources. Working alongside the ChargePoint Public Policy Team, ChargePoint has secured over $146 million in the last 5 years awarded to ChargePoint and our customers.
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Fuels Pricing Manager, Kum & Go
Jacob Maass has been with Kum & Go for 5 years on the fuel’s team. He has served various roles on the team with the goal to drive traffic to stations through pricing, fleet, and special projects. One of those special projects began 3 years ago around the addition of electric vehicle chargers. Since then, Kum & Go has worked through many grant programs to rollout 34 DCFC EV stations across their network.