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State of Charge ’22

Friday, August 12, 2022 • 8:00am – 6:30pm

Educational Conference for Performance EV Conversions

All of this talent in one place! Come learn from the people on the leading edge of (modern) EV conversions for classic vehicles… whether you’re interested in swapping out drivetrains from wrecked Teslas or Nissans, or, using an aftermarket solution from the likes of Electric GT, reVolt Systems, or Netgain Motors. Participation is capped, so register now — you won’t want to miss this. 😉

(subject to change)
Welcome
8:00

Terry Breheny

Ωhm On The Range
// Opening Remarks //

Terry Breheny is a Colorado-based entrepreneur and lifelong gearhead — a certified driving instructor and former test driver for Audi/VW. Terry enjoys living/working/playing in the beautiful “Front Range” west of Denver.
AM Keynote
8:15
LegacyEV

Mavrick Knoles • LegacyEV

“I’m ready to convert my car… now what??”
Where to Start and How to Navigate the Choices

Mavrick is a trailblazer in the development of EV education programs — literally writing the book for electrification education. With a decade of experience in education, he is a champion for creating future EV leaders and technicians.
BTB 1
9:00

Dr. Veronika Wright

Electrified Veronika
Behind-the-Build: Cascadia Motion — ’99 Jeep Wrangler

Dr. Veronika Wright—PhD in Technical Physics—is an electrification enthusiast, consultant, and author. She provides education, technical advice, and mentoring in battery lifecycle management for clean transportation and energy.
BTB 2
10:00
Flash Drive Motors

Daniel & James Fleischman

Flash Drive Motors
Behind-the-Build: HyPer 9 — ’80 Subaru Brat

Brothers Daniel & James were raised in a family that lives and breathes cars. Their backgrounds in engineering and computer science, respectively, come in handy to make EV conversions that keep classic cars on the road.
BTB 3
10:45

Casey Loter

@electric51speedshop
Behind-the-Build: Tesla LDU — ’58 Apache

The thought of an electric powered classic Chevy had always been kicked around but nothing ever seemed like it had the power to move one of the old GM vehicles. Wouldn’t you know, it turns out you can buy salvaged Tesla motors these days.
BTB 4
11:30
Electric Scrambler

Carter Chandler

@jeep_scrambler_ev
Behind-the-Build: Electric GT — ’82 Scrambler

A Jeep junkie since high school, I’ve always wanted to tackle a full restoration of a CJ and the opportunity presenting itself aligned perfectly with me going down the online rabbit hole of vintage car EV conversions.
12:15 • LUNCH
PM Keynote
1:15
Electrovair

Gregory Courter • Wrenchology

Coming Out of the ICE Age: How to Transition and
Prepare Your Business for EV (with Stormy Courter)

I am an automotive engineer for GM – an ASE Master Technician in Automotive and Truck categories with advanced level certification in hybrid, gas, and diesel performance. Co-owner, Wrenchology, with wife, Stormy.
BTB 5
2:00

Jimmy Underhill / Josh Ball

EVSwap
Behind-the-Build: Nissan Leaf + solar — ’96 Toyota Land Cruiser

Founded in 2021, EVSwap is a company engaged in pioneering advancements in the conversion of conventional gas-powered automobiles to vehicles powered solely by electric propulsion systems.
BTB 6
3:00
Inspire EV

Sean Moudry, Pat Dailey, Dan Swaney

InspireEV
Behind-the-Build: reVolt Systems — ’65 Mustang

Three knuckleheads (and friends) decide to put a Tesla motor in a ‘65 Mustang. Mistakes were made and lessons were learned… or were they?
BTB 7
3:45
Mr Mopar Man

Kevin Erickson

@mrmoparman
Behind-the-Build: Tesla LDU Sport — ’72 Satellite

Kevin Erickson’s love for Mopar B-bodies can be traced back to the Dukes of Hazzard TV show. While most fell in love with the ’69 Dodge Charger, he was enamored with Daisy Duke’s 71 Plymouth Satellite. The rest is history.
HAPPY HOUR
4:30
Networking & Car Show

Q&A
5:15

Q&A Session with the Experts
Ask away, all speakers fair game! (Happy Hour continued…)

Closing
6:00

Terry Breheny

Ωhm On The Range
// That’s a Wrap! //

 


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