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Wed, Feb 22


Beaumont Unified School District

ENERGY: Today & Tomorrow

Join us at 9 a.m. on Feb. 23, 2023 to learn more about energy from SoCal Edison and SoCal Gas. This event is free. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Guest Speakers: Ramiro Lepe – Senior Advisor, Transportation Electrification / Edison; Adam Eventov – Government Relations Manager/ SoCal Gas

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Time & Location

Feb 22, 2023, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Beaumont Unified School District, 350 W Brookside Ave, Beaumont, CA 92223, USA

About the event

If you are a local business or public agency and need assistance with transitioning your fleets to Zero-Emission Vehicles, or you are a resident and are curious about rising energy prices and meeting our energy needs while meeting our climate goals, this event is for you.

Our special guest speakers will share their expertise and answer your questions.

Ramiro Lepe – Senior Advisor, Transportation Electrification / Southern California Edison

After spending the last 15 years in the Transportation and Commercial Equipment Rental industries, Ramiro Lepe is now focused on helping Medium and Heavy-Duty Fleets transition to electric through Southern California Edison’s low to no-cost EV infrastructure installation program, Charge Ready Transport. Having worked with some of the industry’s largest fleets and knowing the unique challenges that they face when undertaking an electrification initiative, Ramiro’s mission is to demystify SCE’s various Fleet Electrification programs, and the EV infrastructure installation process. Ramiro represents SCE’s Charge Ready Transport program in a Senior Advisor capacity, and he earned his MBA from the University of Redlands, which coupled with his extensive fleet background, makes for a truly unique customer experience. Charge Ready Transport has a goal of installing infrastructure to support the electrification of 870 sites for a total of 8,490 Medium & Heavy-Duty Vehicles. The program offers an array of benefits to include two infrastructure installation options, commercial TOU rates, demand charge holiday’s, and charger hardware rebates (for eligible customers).

Adam Eventov – Public Affairs Manager / Southern California Gas

Adam is a public affairs manager for SoCalGas serving southwest Riverside County. Before joining the company, Adam served as Government Affairs Manager for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, where he worked with Tribal leadership and staff on a variety of Indian, environmental, gaming and local government affairs issues. Prior to his time with the Tribe, Adam worked as a public relations consultant, helping to secure the development of more than $4.5 billion and more than 2 gigawatts of solar energy, wind, natural gas and home development projects. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from Cal State Fullerton and a bachelor’s in psychology from USC. During his time in journalism, he was a business reporter and editor for several Inland Empire newspapers covering economic development, tourism, logistics, the wine industry, energy, transportation, and real estate development.

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