According to a report by the Smart Electric Power Alliance, utilities may be caught unprepared to meet forecasted EV annual energy consumption. To support this explosive growth, approximately 4.5 to 5.5 million charging ports must be installed by 2025.
For scaling up charging services, utilities and other service providers should consider innovative technologies, new engagement models and long-term customer contracts that will create a holistic energy ecosystem.
Arcady Sosinov, CEO of FreeWire Technologies, will discuss the flexible advantages of mobile energy storage in delivering EV charging to consumers while effectively integrating demand into the grid.
Speaker Biography (Arcady Sosinov)
Arcady is a co-founder of FreeWire Technologies and serves as the Chief Executive Officer. He has led the company from ideation, formation, incubation, and now customer acquisition and revenue growth. Prior to FreeWire, he spent 7 years in the finance industry, most recently the investment firm, GMO. He focused heavily on emerging markets, creating a best-of-breed financial database analytics suite that is now used throughout the firm to trade over $130B worth of assets. Arcady holds 2 bachelor's degrees from Boston University, as well as an MBA from UC Berkeley's Hass School of Business.
Company Profile (FreeWire Technologies)
FreeWire Technologies merges beautiful design with convenient services to electrify industries formerly dependent on fossil fuels. FreeWire's turnkey mobile energy storage solutions deliver and manage energy whenever and wherever it's needed for reliable electrification beyond the electrical grid. With scalable clean power that moves to meet demand, FreeWire customers can tackle new applications and deploy new business models without the complexity of traditional energy infrastructure. FreeWire's Mobi Charger product line offers mobile EV chargers that can be quickly deployed to shift with the rapidly changing EV landscape. FreeWire's Mobi Gen product line provides clean and quiet on-site power to substitute or supplement the use of diesel generators for a variety of remote power needs.