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About the Council

The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council (EVIC) was established through legislation introduced in 2011 as part of a package of bills to promote electric vehicles (EVs).  The EVIC was charged with the evaluation of incentives for the ownership of EVs and the purchase of EV charging equipment; the development of recommendations for a statewide infrastructure plan; and the development of other potential policies to promote the successful integration of EVs into Maryland ‘s communities and the transportation system. 
 

2017 Meeting Schedule:

January 5th:  Agenda
February 3rd:  (Conference Call) - Agenda
March 16th:  Agenda 
May 25th: Agenda
July 20th: Agenda
September 21st: Agenda
November 14th: Agenda

 
*All meetings will be held at the Maryland Department of Transportation Headquarters, located at 7201 Corporate Center Drive in Hanover, Maryland.
 
 

 

EVIC Members

Academic Community; from a Maryland institution of higher education with an expertise in energy, transportation, or the environment (1)Z. Andrew Farkas, Ph.D.Director and Professor for National Transportation Center at Morgan State University
Maryland Association of Counties; rural region (1)Raymond ClarkeTalbot County 
Maryland Association of Counties; urban or suburban region (1)Theodore AtwoodDirector, General Services, Baltimore City Government
Maryland Municipal League; rural region (1)Timothy P. DavisPlanner, City of Frederick
Maryland Municipal League; urban or suburban region (1)Konrad HerlingCouncil Member, Greenbelt
Baltimore Electric Vehicle Initiative (1)Jill SorensenBaltimore Electric Vehicle Initiative
Electric Companies (2)John J. Murach, JrBGE
Robert StewartPEPCO
Electric Vehicle Manufacturer (1)Britta GrossManager, Advanced Vehicle and Infrastructure Policy
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Manufacturer (1)Colleen QuinnVP Government Relations, Coulomb Technology
Fleet Operators (1)Gary AndersonPHH / Arval
Electrical Workers (1)Michael A. WallClinton Electric Company/ EV Power Pros.
Environmental Community (1)Scott WilsonElectric Vehicle Association of Washington D.C.
Public; with expertise in energy or transportation policy (1)Vacant 
Maryland Automobile Dealers Association (1)Travis MartzMaryland Automobile Dealers Association
Retail Electric Supplier Community (1)Vacant 
Senators (1)Senator James N. Mathias, Jr.Democrat, District 38, Somerset, Wicomico & Worcester Counties
 Delegates (2)Richard K. ImpallariaRepublican, District 7, Baltimore County & Harford County
Clarence K. Lam, M.D.Democrat, District 12, Baltimore County & Howard County
Maryland Department of TransportationR. Earl Lewis, Jr(Council Chair)
Maryland Department of PlanningBihui XuManager, Transportation Planning
Maryland Department of the EnvironmentBenjamin GrumblesSecretary of the Environment
Maryland Department of CommerceR. Michael GillSecretary of Commerce
Technical Staff of the Maryland Public Service CommissionKevin MosierWholesale Markets Liaison
Director of the Maryland Energy AdministrationMike JonesTransportation Program Manager

 

Staff Contact:

Colleen Turner
Air Quality & Climate Change Programs Manager
cturner@mdot.state.md.us

 

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