The solar industry is good at serving commercial and industrial customers with solar, storage, energy management technologies, and financing options. EV charging, however, introduces a set of disruptive factors to an otherwise stable business. Panelists will discuss how to rise to the challenge when a C&I prospect asks for employee/visitor charging, charging for 30-vehicle EV fleet, and full integration with the solar+storage system they want. Once solar and/or storage installations receive their stamps and are switched on, they are basically on autopilot. EV charging stations start a life of full-time interaction with people, cars, power sources, business processes, and the environment when they are declared operational. Those that crack the code on EV charging first will be at the vanguard of the EV revolution, ahead of their competitors, and add tremendous value to their customers and the bottom line.