EV Education and Training
Get Up to Speed on the EV Revolution
Given the increasingly rapid pace of EV adoption, EV charger deployment, and the broader alternative fuels (i.e. Hydrogen) conversation, it can be a challenge to keep up with all there is to know and learn about this ever changing market, and how it can or should fit into your overall business strategy. Indeed, for many convenience retail executives, the topic presents a classic case of not knowing what you don’t know, and quickly discovering that there is much more to learn than you ever imagined.
Before you can accelerate or even start your EV strategy, it’s critical to fully appreciate both the big picture and the nuances of the industry—where it’s been, where it’s going, and, how, exactly it’s getting there. Decision makers need much more than an executive summary; they need a deep dive into the details of a wide range of topics from understanding the adoption curve to selecting the right charging equipment. Only comprehensive education will empower you to fully embrace what the EV revolution means for the future of your business.
With the Impact 21 approach to EV education, you will explore and gain deep understanding of critical topics including:
EV Adoption Curve. Learn the history of EVs, the various factors driving adoption rates toward the tipping point, and what will increase adoption going forward
Impact on Fuel Demand and the Grid. Explore projections for internal combustible engine (ICE) vehicles and overall oil demand as well as what the EV revolution means for the future of green energy.
Competitive Landscape. Consider the different players in the EV charging landscape and how the competition affects your overall strategy.
Charger Deployment Strategy. Explore current and future trends of EV chargers, the different charger deployment models and their business cases, along with charger deployment challenges and opportunities.
Charger Location Selection. Learn the key considerations for optimizing charger location selection, understand available funding and legislation that play into this decision, and the economic considerations for charger placement.
Consumer Profile. Discover how well you know the EV fuel customer of today and tomorrow and how this knowledge can translate into new revenue opportunities and increased loyalty.
Charging Pricing Model. Understand the various factors that affect the price that drivers are willing to pay and how to build an effective charging pricing strategy that can evolve over time.
Designed for senior-level executives, the Impact 21 EV education series is a two-part comprehensive learning and training program that can be presented in person or online. Developed and delivered by industry specialists who understand the significant implications of this new territory for the industry, the courses are designed to prepare executives to make more confident decisions about their first or next steps on the EV journey.