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Get ready to attend DISTRIBUTECH in February by planning your schedule! Electric Vehicles are a hot topic for attendees, that's why we've assembled a curated list of focused opportunities to help you start planning your schedule at the show!

EV Zone

Experiences: EV Zone

As more and more EV’s are put into the market, there will be a major impact on the grid. Charging infrastructure as well as improvements to some of the policies and practices that govern how charging equipment is connected to the electric grid are needed for increased adoption. Delays at different stages of the process currently create uncertainty for project developers and slow down the transition to electrified transportation. DISTRIBUTECH is the only event that will focus on how the grid is impacted and how utilities can better serve the private sector as EV adoption increases.


Education Available to All Badge Holders

Education Available to Full Conference Badge Holders: Conference Program

Timely, relevant, deep-dives to keep you up-to-date on everything happening in the ever-changing utility business. 


Start here! Electric Vehicles has its own dedicated track:

  • Electric Vehicles

Explore sessions in other related tracks:

  • DER for Flexibility and Resilience
  • C&I and Residential Customers
  • Communication Networks
  • Data Analytics
  • Grid Modernization
  • Interconnecting DER
  • Smart Cities


Add On Opportunities

Utility University

  • Integration of Distributed Generation, Energy Storage and Microgrids in Modern Distribution Systems
  • Selecting Communications Infrastructure for SCADA, DA, AMI, DER and BTM Grid Modernization Programs
  • DERMS - Utility Practices, Use Cases and Implementation Challenges