EUFMC releases conference speaker lineup

EUFMC releases conference speaker lineup

Fleet managers can unite at this year's EUFMC, June 4-7.

With the 2023 EUFMC set to begin in early June, the conference educational program Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise continues to take shape. Plans for presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers and industry experts during the two-day General Session include:

Keynote address

  • Brian L. Wolff, Chief Strategy Officer & Executive Vice President, Public Policy and External Affairs, Edison Electric Institute

Fleet safety

  • Thomas Guntrip, Director, Transportation Services, Southern California Edison
  • Joe Suarez, Senior Director of Fleet Services, Florida Power & Light Company
  • William Kokemor, Vice President Fleet Operations, H&M Shared Services, Inc. 

ZEV design, acquisition, planning and testing

  • Michael Glover, Senior Director of Transportation Services, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Ken Jack, CEO, KenetIQ
  • Facilitator: Fortunato Gulino, EUFMC Director, Chief Automotive Engineer, Consolidated Edison of New York

Fleet regulatory update

  • Michael Taylor, Senior Advisor, HillStaffer

Fleet charger construction updates and mobile fleet charger developments

  • Lissa Brady, Fleet Asset Manager, SDG&E
  • Todd Carlson, Principal Manager – Fleet Asset Management, Southern California Edison

Legal perspectives

  • John O. Radeck, Jr., Partner, The Hood Law Firm, LLC

Navigating supply chain disruptions

  • Brian Johnson, Fleet Services Manager, Alabama Power Company
  • Chad Calvello, Senior Government Equipment Compliance Specialist, ComEd Fleet
  • Facilitator: Julie Gomez, EUFMC Director, Executive Vice President – Fleet Operations at Tucson Electric Power

PHEV medium-duty vehicles

  • Dave Stenson, Founder and CEO, Inventev 

Technician training and best practices

  • James Kuha, Operations Supervisor of Transportation, Central Hudson Gas and Electric
  • Robert Ruiz, Principal Manager — TSD Fleet Operations & Maintenance, Southern California Edison
  • Facilitator: Dan Remmert, EUFMC Director, Sr Manager Fleet Services, Ameren Illinois

Telematics strategies

  • Brendan King, Manager of Fleet Engineering Operations, Salt River Project
  • Travis Grindstaff, Director of Procurement, Quanta Services
  • Facilitator: Peter Michaud, EUFMC Director, Fleet Manager, New Brunswick Power

Tire considerations and benchmarking

  • Joe Hughes, Urban Product Category Manager, Michelin North America


  • Moderator: Dan Remmert, EUFMC Director, Sr. Manager Fleet Services, Ameren, Illinois

EUFMC 2023 fleet registration is still open for professionals from electric utilities, electrical contractors, utility co-ops, tree care operations, municipalities, and telecoms.

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