Bryan Jungers leads the E Source enterprise-wide Mobility practice. He’s responsible for overseeing strategy, planning transportation electrification and mobility research, advising, consulting, and developing new products and data tools. Before entering his current role as the Director of Mobility, Bryan worked as a research manager, product manager, lead analyst, and senior manager at E Source.

He has nearly 20 years and professional and academic experience as an engineer, researcher, and analyst. Prior to joining E Source, Bryan worked at Manifest Mind, the Electric Power Research Institute, the California Energy Commission, the University of California at Davis (UC Davis), and Humboldt State University (HSU). Bryan earned a BS in environmental resources engineering from HSU and an MS in civil and environmental engineering from UC Davis.

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New paradigm ahead: 5 tips for rising to the transportation electrification challenge

Bryan Jungers
May 4, 2023

What if you could build a new grid and utility from the ground up? Would it look anything like what we currently have? As we plan for the future, we need to prepare for one that looks very different from the present. What does that mean for EV programs? Let’s explore.

Enhancing the customer experience of upgrading an electric service panel

Jeffrey Daigle, Bryan Jungers
February 22, 2023

Customers probably don’t consider upgrading their electric service panel because they’re out of sight, out of mind. But they may be ready for an upgrade. Read our recent report with the Building Decarbonization Coalition to learn how to enhance the customer experience of upgrading electric panels.

Turning roadblocks into on-ramps: The path to fleet electrification

Bryan Jungers
August 30, 2022

The best thing utilities can do right now to support fleet electrification is to build out program offerings. Learn which five areas we think utilities should be focusing on to help business customers with fleet electrification.

Transportation electrification and energy funding in the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Bryan Jungers
July 11, 2022

We provide a section-by-section explanation of the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Use this analysis to find ways to fund new EV charging infrastructure.

How utilities can support EV charging infrastructure through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Liza Minor, Bryan Jungers
July 8, 2022

States are applying for transportation funding under the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Learn how utilities can partner with other organizations to seek funding for new EV charging infrastructure.