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Integrating EV Infrastructure for Workplace and Public Spaces

Building on our successful webinar collaboration with ChargeNet in February, we're thrilled to delve deeper into the world of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this upcoming panel discussion, we invite you to join us as we explore the critical aspects of integrating EV infrastructure in workplaces and public spaces.

Start
22 May 2024 12:00pm
End
22 May 2024 01:30pm
Member Cost
Complimentary
Non-Member Cost
$40 + GST
CPD Points
1
Event Type
Webinar
Location
Online
Course Level
All
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Event Description

Webinar:
Integrating EV Infrastructure for Workplace and Public Spaces - A Panel Discussion on Safety, Compliance, and Best Practices


Building on our successful webinar collaboration with ChargeNet in February, we're thrilled to delve deeper into the world of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this upcoming panel discussion, we invite you to join us as we explore the critical aspects of integrating EV infrastructure in workplaces and public spaces.
 
Our industry experts will shed light on the elements of safety, compliance, and best practices integral to this integration process. From recognising the fundamental need for EV infrastructure to tackling challenges and capitalising on opportunities, our discussion promises valuable insights for facility managers.
 
Gain practical knowledge and invaluable insights directly from the experts. Addressing common concerns and queries surrounding EV charging infrastructure, our panel discussion equips facilities managers with essential guidance on navigating fire safety protocols, insurance implications, as well as considerations for both slow AC and fast DC charging setups. 


SPEAKERS


Anthony Dainty, Director - Site Partnerships at ChargeNet 
Anthony Dainty, ChargeNet's Site Partnerships Director, is a seasoned property professional with over two decades of experience guiding businesses through dynamic growth cycles. With a hands-on approach, he has directly managed over $1 billion in real estate development and management projects in New Zealand, showcasing his skills in negotiation, financial management, stakeholder engagement, project delivery, and team collaboration. Anthony became a valuable member of the ChargeNet team in 2022, leveraging his wealth of experience with the organisation's commitment to doubling the number of charging points across our network in the next three years.


Jonny Parker, CEO, Thundergrid, a Landis+Gyr company, Australia and New Zealand
Jonny is a Co-Founder of Thundergrid and leads the organisation to enable fleet managers and transformative leaders in both private and public sectors to electrify their organisations without compromising on the nation’s electricity grid. Thundergrid is the services arm of Landis+Gyr EV solutions, enabling a seamless adoption of e-mobility across Australia and New Zealand since 2017. 



René Hattingh, CEO, Howden Broking New Zealand
René brings a people and client-first ethos, backed up by significant broking expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit. She has more than 30 years of insurance experience with nearly 21 years at international broking houses. During this time, René has held various management and senior leadership positions. René was appointed as CEO of Howden Broking New Zealand in late 2021, having joined from Donaldson Brown, where she was a Partner. Before this, she was Head of FinPro New Zealand at Marsh.
She holds a legal degree with specialisation in insurance law, she is a liability specialist, and a trusted advisor in technical and complex Professional Indemnity, D&O and Liability Insurance


Mike Inwood, Manager Fire, Specialist Services Ōtautahi (Christchurch), Holmes Fire
Mike is the manager of Fire Specialist Services within Holmes and has 22 years of experience as a fire engineer in both NZ and the UK. Over this time, he has led a number of projects that have had unique design challenges outside the deemed to satisfy compliance approaches that have required a risk-based approach to determine how compliance could be achieved. Over the last 2-3 years this has included several projects requesting consideration of the risk presented by EV or fixed battery storage systems. His role, as manager, includes Holmes fire protection team and he is also familiar with the fire protection options to cover stored energy risks.


CPD
You'll earn 1 CPD point for attending. 

Venue

Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link after registration.