EV Symposium #2
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The EV Ecosystem: Progress On All Fronts

About the Event

The Electric Vehicle revolution is upon us. From major legacy manufacturers to new EV startups, dozens of new battery-electric vehicles will be hitting the road in the next two years. The big question is: Where is the energy going to come from and how will it get from the power plant to the wheels?

Please join Force Family Office and Roth Capital for a virtual symposium on the future of electric vehicle infrastructure featuring the leaders of some of the most innovative companies in the sector.

  • Alf Poor, CEO, Ideanomics: Helping fleets navigate the barrier to electrification across vehicles, charging, and energy.
  • Andrew Fox, Founder/CEO, Charge Enterprises: Providing location selection, engineering, installation, testing, and maintenance to equipment in the electric vehicle charging industries.
  • Ryan Melsert, CEO, American Battery Technology Company: Powering the future of clean energy through battery recycling.
  • Kevin Chin, CEO, VivoPower: Providing a suite of sustainable energy solutions including solar systems, microgrids, battery technology, and electric vehicles.

Sign up now for this lively discussion led by Craig Irwin, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst leading ROTH Cleantech coverage for the products and services that enable the Utility of The Future, including charging infrastructure, batteries, and electric vehicles.

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