Washington, D.C. – The leaders of the electric vehicle (EV) industry will convene on December 11 to address the growing urgency for clean transportation and the rapid development of EVs. Eminent leaders from the global automotive industry, state and federal governments, and key policy influencers will lead discussions on EV policy, and innovations that are helping expedite market growth.
What: A networking breakfast followed by two panels discussions titled EV Policy: Advancing Green Energy Technology and Going the Distance: Innovations in the EV Market.
When: Tuesday, December 11
8 a.m. - Networking Breakfast
9 a.m. - 12 p.m. - Panel Discussions
Where: The National Press Club; 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045 (a three minute walk from the Metro Center).
Jason Hartke, President of Alliance to Save Energy
David Livingston, Deputy Director of the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center
Guillermo Areas, BMW; Amanda Best, Maryland Public Services Commission
David Terry, National Association for State Energy Officials
Lisa Jerram, American Public Transportation Association
Kellen Schefter is Senior Manager of Sustainable Technology at the Edison Electric Institute
Marissa Gillett, Vice President of the Energy Storage Association
Steve Griffith, National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Darren Epps, Southern Company
Christopher Michelbacher, Audi
Wayne Killen, Electrify America.
Why: Hear from the industry’s leaders and their legislative and government allies about what efforts are being made now and in the future to create an America that runs on clean transportation.