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Webinar Recording

EV Infrastructure done right: Data for a new era in mobility

Sept 21, 2023
60 minutes

Webinar Recording

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Replica provides customers with data on who owns EVs, where they are driving, and for what purpose. In combination with Replica's additional insight on overall travel patterns, demographics, and land use, customers have unique ability to plan effective, efficient, and equitable investments in EV infrastructure. Learn more by downloading the guide.
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About the Webinar

With massive federal investments in electric vehicle infrastructure and thousands of drivers becoming new EV owners every year, the U.S. is reaching a major turning point in transportation history. 

As we work toward our country’s ambitious goals of building a national network of 500,000 public EV charging stations and reducing national greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030, public agencies need to site and build thousands of prime EV charging locations across their communities. 

However, in order to ensure that existing EV owners and historically disadvantaged communities have access to EV infrastructure where they need it most, governments need comprehensive and trustworthy data to understand where EV owners and non-EV owners alike travel and why. They also need to keep up with the EV drivers that are growing and changing every single day. 

At this webinar, we launched Replica’s new electric vehicle ownership data and show the ways in which this data can inform EV siting decisions, VMT measurements, and EV grant applications.

Though data of this granularity has historically been unreliable and/or inaccessible, breakthroughs in mobility data technology have created 21st century data platforms like Replica that can help governments right-size their EV infrastructure strategies for the communities they serve. 
In this webinar we discussed:
  • How public agencies like New York City and the City of San Jose  are using data to site optimal EV charging stations
  • Details about Replica’s new EV ownership data and potential use cases 
  • How to use 21st century data products to win NEVI grants, inform EV equity plans, and understand how EV ownership impacts local gas tax measures

Transit Agency Leaders, City leaders and managers, public policy leaders, state and local government agencies, transportation planners, consulting firms, private companies, mobility companies, real estate leaders, community advocates.


Replica provides data that empowers more informed, impactful decisions about the built environment. Our mission is to organize the world’s information about the built environment. In this webinar we featured the following speakers:
Andrea Arjona Amador
EV Program Lead
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In charge of advancing San Jose DOT’s transportation electrification strategy and Climate Smart initiatives

Arthur Getman
Senior Solutions Engineer
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Arthur Getman is a Senior Solutions Engineer at Replica. He has previously worked at NYC DOT for nearly a decade where he served as Director of Data Analytics.

Dave Mullaney
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Dave Mullaney is a principal on RMI’s Carbon-Free Transportation team, where he focuses on fleet electrification, particularly for trucks, and logistics decarbonization. Dave leads RMI’s trucking electrification work in the United States, India, and China. Dave is also building up RMI’s capabilities in data science to drive vehicle electrification and transportation decarbonization.

Mark Simon
Director, Electric Vehicle Policy
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Manage the development of up to 50 fast charging hubs accross New York City. Develop policy to promote the growth of EVs in NYC.

Matt Wilde
Senior Data Scientist
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Matt is a senior data scientist in the Carbon-Free Transportation team. He currently models projected electricity demands due to electric transportation adoption. Matt is a former astronomer who studied the interaction of galaxies with their environment. He received his PhD from the University of Washington in Seattle. Before that, he was a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC.

Sam Roxas
Director of Public Policy
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Samantha Roxas is Director of State and Local Public Policy at Replica. Prior to joining the company, she led public affairs teams for REEF Technology and WeWork, where she accelerated growth through innovative partnerships with governments and communities. Before her time in the private sector, Samantha spent over a decade in the public realm; spearheading public policy, communications, and political strategies for elected officials at all levels of government.

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