Don’t Get Zapped! How to Determine the True Cost of Electric
Friday, Oct. 21, 8:00AM - 9:15AM
As we continue to move towards electrifying our mowing and small engine needs, there are more options available than ever before.
This session will help cut through the marketing to give you the tools your need to make the best financial decision for your operation and will dive into the infrastructure needed to switch to electric, the labor work flow changes you will need to make, along with the financial skills and numbers in this all-encompassing look at electrifying your fleet.
- Learn what is involved to switch your fossil fuel landscape management fleet to electric
- Discover the true cost of ownership for both fossil fuel and electric equipment
- Learn about labor workflow changes necessary for success with electric equipment
- Walk away with the tools needed to determine your Break Even Point for equipment decisions
Brandon Haley, based in Birmingham, AL, is a Senior Project Manager - Sustainability and Grounds for SSC Services for Education, a University and K-12 facilities services provider. He is a Certified Grounds Manager through the Professional Grounds Management Society® (PGMS®) where he also serves as the Southeast Regional Director. Brandon has over 24 years in the Green Industry, with management experience in golf courses, landscape contracting, and site based operations in corporate and educational settings. His educational background includes a Bachelors in Turfgrass from Clemson University, an MBA from University of Alabama – Birmingham, and a Masters in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University. He has had the honor of being awarded multiple ‘Grand” Green Star Awards® from PGMS®, as well as many other industry accolades and certifications.
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Equip Exposition is the experience of the year for the outdoor living, landscape and power equipment industry. It’s the industry’s proving ground. The one trade show where you can “test before you invest” in new products, innovations and even ideas for your business. Talk to the minds behind the products and tech—then walk outside to the nearly 30 acre Demo Yard to try it out. Add the education sessions, entertainment and networking, it’s basically where you’ll find the future of the business, right in Louisville.
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