Reducing Costs and Environmental Impacts of Campus Fleets Using Electric Vehicles
Universities and colleges are modernizing campus fleets with electric vehicles that drive down costs, increase safety, and improve sustainability. The movement to low-speed, electric vehicles utilizes strategies that unravel transportation challenges, and deliver measurable results for today’s green campus. Telematics based studies reveal how vehicles are used by schools and provide insight into how to best restructure existing fleet composition. Join this webinar to learn the newest perspectives and best practices in sustainable fleet management:
- Overcoming fleet budget shortfalls and maintenance costs
- Pedestrian safety on and off campus
- Environmental protection and sustainability mandates
- Total impact of electric vehicles on campus operations
Please join Aaron Stegemann of Polaris GEM and Christopher Facente of UNC Charlotte as they discuss the transportation challenges and solutions for the modern-day campus.
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Time: 10 AM Pacific / Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour
Aaron Stegemann, Director of Commercial Strategic Accounts at Polaris Industries
Since 2000, Aaron Stegemann has worked predominantly in the fleet equipment and vehicle industry. In his current role as Director of Commercial Strategic Accounts, he has worked with leading Colleges and Universities across the US to help to them achieve their fleet sustainability and budget objectives. It has been Aaron’s mission to understand and support sustainability goals while implementing safe and cost effective vehicle solutions on campus.
Christopher Facente, Automotive and Motor Fleet Supervisor at University of North Carolina – Charlotte
Chris Facente is the Automotive and Motor Fleet Supervisor for UNC Charlotte and manages one of the largest and most awarded college fleets in the Southeast. His fleet of electric vehicles has been recognized as one of the top 50 Green Fleets in North America for the last 3 years and won countless other awards at the state and national level. He has worked diligently to convert UNCC’s fleet to alternatively-fueled vehicles and has been an outspoken proponent of electric vehicles on college campuses.
All registrants will have access to the live event and an on-demand recording of the presentation. If registrants want to watch the presentation again or have a scheduling conflict, they can register and access the on-demand version of this webcast, which will be available soon after the live event.