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EV Hub – Electric Utility Filings Workgroup First Meeting

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We are excited for the first meeting of the Electric Utility Filing workgroup! You’re receiving this meeting invitation because either you filled out the meeting poll or you signed up for the workgroup.

Note this meeting is only open to active EV Hub users. If you are not an EV Hub user, we ask that first attain a user license (www.atlasevhub.com/user-registration); licenses are free for public agencies and Clean Cities Coordinators.

Below is the information you will need to connect to the meeting. We’ll be sharing our screen so please try connect to Teams through your computer. You can use your computer or the conference line for audio.


Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

+1 347-966-4722   United States, New York City (Toll)

Conference ID: 220 999 43#

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We’re tracking electric utility filings across the country related to transportation electrification for EV Hub users, including the details of the proposed programs and status of the filings. As more electric utilities make filings and more decisions are made on these electrification programs, we want to make sure the EV Hub continues to give users the information they need.

 For this first meeting, we’ll review our existing tracking system and identify information gaps. We will also discuss crowdsourcing opportunities to ensure that we have the most up-to-date information.

Help Connecting to Teams

When you click on “Join Microsoft Teams Meeting” you will be prompted to open it using the Teams App (if you have it) or you can “Join on the web” using Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge, or Firefox. You can either use the audio and microphone on your computer or connect separately through the phone with the call in information above. If you would like to test out using Microsoft Teams for meetings please refer to the EV Hub Help Page and look under “How can I join a Microsoft Teams meeting?”

Just a reminder that you can get more familiar with the Teams platform by looking through the tutorial here. We will be posting/linking information on the Electric Utility Filings Teams Channel and engaging in conversation outside of meetings. Teams will enable all members to stay up-to-date on the workgroups progress and we hope it won’t be too much trouble to setup and use. Please let me know if you have any issues connecting to our Teams channel.

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