The Electric Vehicle (EV) market is a burgeoning industry which is expected to continue to gain traction among consumers and manufacturers. In the U.S., EV momentum is being supported by recent federal legislation which promises to provide nearly $5 billion to help states create a network of EV charging stations along designated Alternative Fuel Corridors. The U.S. Payments Forum is working to address potential EV adoption challenges tied to payment transactions through its upcoming webinar, “Electric Vehicle (EV) Technology Open Payments.”
Attendees can expect to walk away with a greater understanding of the EV market in the U.S., as well as strategies to improve interoperability and the implementation of open payments at EV charging stations.
Webinar Speakers include:
Oliver Manahan, Infineon Technologies; Cindy Kohler, Visa; Gabriela Loayza, Discover; Barton Sidles, bp; Carly Furman, Nayax; Nick Pisarev, G+D; and Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum.
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