As of January 3, 2022: Continuing updates and information regarding onsite COVID protocols and safety will be posted to this page. Please check back here as we continue to monitor local rules and mandates and look for ways to protect your health and safety while onsite.
Electrification 2022 is requiring ALL attendees, exhibitors, speakers and staff be fully vaccinated OR provide a negative PCR or Antigen test result from an accepted testing facility taken within 24-hours of picking up your badge at the conference registration desk. (NOTE: Home tests will not be accepted.)
You are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after the last dose in your vaccine series. In order to receive your conference badge, you must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination from one of the FDA or World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccines or as stated above, provide a negative COVID result within the accepted time parameters.
As part of the face covering mandate issued for Mecklenburg County, effective August 31, 2021, face coverings are required while in any indoor public place, business, or establishment within the City of Charlotte. This includes the City of Charlotte Convention Center.
Additionally, as part of the requirements issued by EPRI, face coverings will be required for all attendees, exhibitors, speakers, and staff while participating in Electrification 2022 regardless of vaccination status or the current local mask mandate.
The Charlotte Convention Center has implemented the most stringent protocols for cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention which has earned it the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR Facility Accreditation. Learn more about how the Charlotte Convention Center is working to deliver memorable experiences while keeping guests safe.
Space planning in all meeting rooms will include physical distancing.
Masks and hand sanitizer stations will be readily available in the Convention Center.