Electric Vehicle Charging Opportunities @ Multifamily Communities in Dallas
Free for Members
Electric vehicles continue to gain popularity in Texas and across the nation as a quiet, clean, and economical alternatives to traditional automobiles. Electric vehicle sales are growing rapidly, with one of the largest areas of expansion being among renters. Furthermore, new residents are placing higher importance on sustainable amenities in their apartment homes.
In this webinar, learn from local sustainability leaders about electric vehicle charging infrastructure funding opportunities and how these amenities will increase resilience, possibly leading to lower insurance rates and higher property values. (60 minutes, including Q&A)
- Bailey Muller, Senior Planner, North Central Texas Council of Governments
- Bailey Muller joined the Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) in January 2016. She currently serves as a Senior Air Quality Planner. Much of her work falls under the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, the local chapter of a Department of Energy program focused on increasing energy efficiency in the transportation sector Her responsibilities include focus on electric vehicles and infrastructure, government policy and readiness, and energy efficiency.
- Katy Evans, Climate Coordinator, City of Dallas
- Katy Evans is a Climate Coordinator for the City of Dallas where she works on implementing the city’s Comprehensive Environmental and Climate Action Plan. Katy earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Public Health from the University of Florida, during which time she also worked to reduce environmental health risks to infants and children in Jacksonville, Florida. During her eleven years in local government, Katy has worked in environmental compliance and enforcement, public health education and outreach, and sustainability. During her free time, Katy volunteers as a mentor in the Dallas Independent School District and enjoys exploring North Texas on her bicycle.