- August 22, 2019
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
People Power Challenge Event:
Plug ‘n Drive Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre
As part of the People Power Challenge, each month of the competition will feature an event related to that month’s theme. For August’s theme of energy and low-carbon transportation, we invite you to join us at Plug’n Drive‘s Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre to learn more about electric vehicles and current incentives, as well as listen to a presentation by Peak Power on the energy grid some of the current challenges we are facing in terms of energy needs.
A light lunch will be provided, as well as the opportunity to test drive some electric vehicles.
PLEASE NOTE: This event is open to all. However, complimentary passes are available for those participating in the 2019 People Power Challenge. People Power Challenge competitors are encouraged to contact their organization’s champion to express interest in attending, or to register below.
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Peak Power Presentation Details
Presentation Title: Electric Vehicles, as Distributed Energy Sources, for a Cleaner Grid and Highways
What do converging trends in energy markets and technology mean for businesses and individuals? With more activity trending toward the “grid edge”, individuals and companies become prosumers, more in control of when and how they use energy.
Further, by 2030, EVs could account for 10-30 GW of demand in Ontario, 1.5 to 2.5 times our current peak. Whether this new load is seen as a strain on the grid or as a grid resource will depend on accurate electricity price signals to EV drivers. Come and join us to hear about how electric vehicles can be leveraged as a grid resource to enhance the value proposition of electric vehicle ownership and accelerate adoption.
Presenter: Lucy Fan, Business Development Manager, Peak Power
Lucy Fan is a cleantech enthusiast leveraging complimentary experience across power markets consulting, renewable energy project finance, and chemical engineering to deliver solutions to the toughest problems facing the power sector today. As Business Development Manager at Peak Power, she is driving the expansion of Peak’s intelligent storage offering to help buildings and businesses take control of their energy bills, while also providing benefits to the grid and utilities.
At New Energy Capital, Lucy led the evaluation of innovative new business models and executed deals that resulted in over $1 billion invested in over 1 GW of clean energy generation. At Charles River Associates, Lucy tackled a variety of cases consulting to a range of power sector stakeholders across the US and Europe. Lucy holds a degree in Chemical Engineering, and minors in Energy and Management, from MIT where she chaired the Undergraduate Energy Club and rowed Division I Crew. She enjoys hiking, photography, and travelling to UNESCOs in her spare time.