Charge Up Your Fleet

As we embark together upon this journey through the decade of the battery, we’re also on the cusp of the largest expansion of EV model availability in the history of the automobile. From cars to pickups to Class 8 trucks, EVs are proving that they are up to the task with 100 kW rapid charging and high-voltage architectures, lighter and safer battery packs, and price parity that makes capital expenditure numbers more attractive than ever in conjunction with operational expenses that seem impossibly low. The future is dawning and the road ahead is bright with promise.

This Seminar Series event will inform, inspire, and motivate. Fleet conversions have the potential to drastically alter energy markets and the deployment of solar photovoltaics with battery storage for fleet charging shows incredible promise. A convergence of technological advancements is making this possible and we are ready to help you make it happen! Our panel of experts will cover fleet financing, fleet charging, sustainable energy production and storage, and the advantages of today’s modern charging systems and networks. Charge up your fleet and join the ACES revolution! Join us at our next Seminar Series event and learn more about how you can charge up your fleet!

Event Video

Event Plan


Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Program: 3:00 to 4:30 p.m PDT
Virtual Happy Hour: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m PDT


Online Zoom Event


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This event is free but registration is required in order to provide you with a link to the stream.


This webinar is made possible by the generous support of ACES Northwest Network affiliates, including Puget Sound Energy and Seattle City Light.  Our event partners include the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, and Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce, and the Environmental Defense Fund.

Event Hosts

Bruce Agnew

Director, Cascadia Center
Since 2017, Bruce has served as Director of the ACES NW Network based in Seattle and Bellevue, Washington. The Network is dedicated to the acceleration of ACES (Autonomous-Connected-Electric-Shared) technology in Northwest transportation for the movement of people and goods. ACES is co-chaired by Tom Alberg, Co-Founder and managing partner of Madrona Venture Group in Seattle and Bryan Mistele, CEO/Co-Founder of INRIX global technology in Kirkland. In 2022, Bruce became the director of the newly created Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) Regional Infrastructure Accelerator. Initial funding for the Accelerator has come from the Build America Bureau of the USDOT. PNWER is a statutory public/private nonprofit created in 1991 by the U.S. states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, and Washington and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan and the territories of the Northwest Territories and the Yukon. PNWER has 16 cross-border working groups for common economic and environmental initiatives.

Scott Kuznicki

Research Fellow, Cascadia Center for Regional Development
Scott O. Kuznicki is the two-time recipient of the Transportation Futures Fellowship with the Discovery Institute's Cascadia Center for Regional Development. Across the six-year program, Scott is conducting research related to transportation policy and operations with an emphasis on human factors and machine learning, technology integration related to automated vehicle operations, and the long-term sustainability of the transportation system overall. His particular research focus is the economic opportunity and sustainability afforded by world-class motorway systems. Scott is the President and Managing Engineer at Modern Traffic Consultants, the Associate Director of the ACES Northwest Network, and the founder of the International Motorway Institute.