To celebrate Drive Electric Earth Day, EV Life co-led a webinar with EVmatch, the peer-to-peer electric vehicle (EV) charging network, about how to pick the right EV to serve your specific needs. 

Check out our webinar recording:

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We covered different types of EVs, the most popular models , and how charging fits into the equation. Plus, Peter Glenn of EV Life shared his expertise on the EV buying process and provide details on how his website helps customers save thousands.

Finally, we hosted a Q&A session to help people feel confident about buying or leasing their next EV.

About The Presenters

Peter Glenn, EV Life, Co-Founder

Peter Glenn is an entrepreneur who’s been working at the cross-section of technology and sustainability for 16 years.  Since earning his MBA at Presidio Graduate School, Peter has co-founded two startups and played key roles at Fenix International (acquired by Engie), Glassdoor, and Singularity University. EV Life helps you navigate the EV buying process to help you save thousands on an electric car.

Heather Hochrein, EVmatch, Founder and CEO

Heather Hochrein is driven to create an inclusive clean energy economy. She’s well versed in clean technology and previously spent five years in leadership roles at Rising Sun Energy Center, where she managed innovative energy efficiency programs and a 25-person team. She holds a BS from UC Berkeley and a master’s in Energy and Climate from UC Santa Barbara. Heather founded EVmatch in 2016 as an innovative solution to solve the EV charging shortfall. 

William Truesdell, EVmatch,  Sales/Marketing/Communications Specialist

William works day in and day out to advance EV adoption by increasing public charging options and busting EV-related myths. He has expertise in electric vehicle charging, EV industry trends, public policy, and advocacy. He has worked in the political sector managing nonprofit, candidate, and issue advocacy campaigns across Colorado. In 2017, he worked for elected officials at the Colorado State Legislature to move the ball on energy and climate policy. He has a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.