1pm – Design Considerations for EV Charging Solutions


Learn electrical design considerations of various EV charging installation types, such as: Retail, Roadside stations, Fleet, Home Use, Parking garage, etc. and receive insights on how to properly size electrical services that feed ganged EV charging stations. Also, learn what questions to ask owners and operators of the charging stations to ensure your system design will meet their needs and expectations.


Patrick Doyle, Mike Urbanoski

Solutions Architect: EV Charging and Energy Transition, Senior Application Engineer  – Eaton

Patrick has spent numerous years in the software services and IoT/Cloud vertical with the last 5 years being specifically involved in the EV charging market. He is a known leader in this space as a Fellow at the Clean Energy Leadership Institute. In his current role as Solutions Architect: EV Charging and Energy transition, he leads Eaton’s solutions in the EV and Energy Transition markets.

Mike has been in the electrical market in the Houston area for 27 years. 10 of those years as an electrical designer working for a local prominent MEP firm, and the last 17 years as an Application Engineer, working for two electrical equipment manufacturers. In his current role of Senior Application Engineer at Eaton, Mike takes pride in helping electrical engineers all over the Houston area design basic to highly complex commercial projects.

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  • Ballroom B
     April 17, 2024
     1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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