This event was originally held on August 31, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Eaton Corp
Duration: 1 Hour
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Buildings already require a lot of power. Tomorrow, they’ll require even more to support the energy demands of electric transportation. With more electric vehicles (EVs) on the road, it is essential to provide convenient charging for customers, visitors and employees. Eaton offers a broad portfolio of EV chargers and compatible software enabling sustainable transportation.
We can also help you make the most of funding available through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) to expand EV charging infrastructure. And our comprehensive approach to EV charging helps unite the power needs of buildings and EVs with on-site renewable energy generation – so you can prepare for needs of the future without completely reimagining your entire electrical system today.
Director of Public Affairs
Nick D’Angelo is the Director of Public Affairs, Americas for Eaton. He has over a decade of experience in government relations and public affairs. Nick helps Eaton’s businesses and corporate teams identify and navigate government programs and advises them on complex policy issues including codes and standards, infrastructure, procurement, taxation, workforce development, and regulations impacting energy power distribution, emissions, and efficiency. His work also includes legislative and regulatory initiatives at the state and federal level focused on microgrids, distributed energy resource integration, and electrification. Nick joined Eaton in 2019 to manage state-level public affairs initiatives in the U.S. Prior to joining Eaton he worked as the Director of Government Affairs at JobsOhio, one of the country’s leading statewide non-profit economic development corporations. At JobsOhio Nick managed the government affairs team and drove state and federal engagement strategies, helping the organization successfully support more than 800 economic development projects.
Nick also worked as a government relations, public affairs, and energy consultant. He represented large companies, start-ups, trade associations, and government entities before state legislatures, statewide officeholders, and local governments. Nick began his career working in state government, including as a policy advisor to the Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives on matters related to Energy, Public Utilities, and Natural Resources.
Nick serves on the Board of Directors for the First Tee of Cleveland, a non-profit youth development program that enables kids to build strength of character by integrating the game of golf with a life skills curriculum. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the PAST Foundation in Columbus, Ohio – a non-profit STEM educational and research organization that builds partnerships around compelling scientific projects, making them accessible to students and the public through transdisciplinary program-based learning.
Manager, EVCI Sales & Business Development Eaton
Advait Katarki is ‘Manager – EVCI Sales & Business Development’ at Eaton Corporation for Connected Solutions & Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI). With over 11 years of experience in engineering, product development and marketing strategy, Advait has provided expertise and leadership for both the circuit protection business and the digital solutions business. In his current role, Advait leads Go-to-market Strategy for Eaton's Connected Solutions and EV Chargers — working closely with strategic eco-system partners, fleets and utilities. Advait is passionate about working on solutions enhancing integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and electric vehicle charging.
Some of Advait’s recent speaking engagements include at Industry events such as RE+ (Solar Power International), Parks & Associates Smart Energy Summit, EPRI Infrastructure Working Council, EPA’s Energy Star Partner Summit. Advait graduated from North Carolina State University with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 and a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Mumbai (India).Sponsored by: