Keith Waters

Track J: EVs and Transportation
Fri/AM 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Manager, Industry Standards
Schneider Electric
United States
Speaker
Electric Vehicle Residential Charging Infrastructure. Is your home ready?

You may be considering purchasing an Electric Vehicle (EV). However, one of the key items you need to consider is whether your home electrical infrastructure can safely charge your vehicle via a type 1 or type 2 EV Supply Equipment (EVSE). This presentation will provide an overview of the current EV market, the electrical infrastructure requirements for adding a type 2 EVSE, the process to determine what may be needed to update your electrical infrastructure, if anything, and options you can use to meet the necessary requirements. The expansion of electric vehicle sales and manufacturing require our homes to be able to safely support the addition of electric vehicle charging systems. You will leave this presentation with that knowledge.

Keith is an Industry Standards Manager for Schneider Electric USA. He is responsible for overcurrent protective device and automation/control product standards, installation codes, enforcement, and holds BSEE degree from the University of Kentucky. Keith is also engaged in applying codes and standards addressing energy efficiency & sustainability. He also participates in the Power & Energy Institute of Kentucky’s Industry Advisory Council. Keith is a licensed Professional Engineer and a Certified Energy Manager. Keith has been an employee of Schneider Electric for 36 years serving in engineering, external affairs, marketing, and business development roles including Global Strategic Account Management as well as managing several strategic segment engineering teams. Keith frequently speaks on various energy efficiency, sustainability, product application, and code compliance topics. He is an IEEE Senior Member and is actively involved with the Standards Association and Industry Application Society leadership. Keith is a Representative to NEC CMP 3 & 11; and NFPA 79 technical committee. Keith has published articles on Energy Management and Electrical Controls.

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