The Transportation Transformation: Infrastructure, Scalability, and Funding

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Decarbonizing and electrifying transportation are thus at the heart of many federal, state, and private-sector climate targets — and those targets are rapidly approaching. Yet most of today’s aging utility grids aren’t ready to meet rapidly rising electricity demand from electric vehicles (EVs). For instance, if everyone bought an EV tomorrow, the grid would crash. What solutions exist to scale charging capacity quickly and sustainably? And how do you minimize the capital and operational risks to get it done?

In this engaging panel discussion, you’ll hear from public- and private-sector speakers in the transportation electrification sector including:

• The Division Chief of Fleets from Montgomery County, Maryland, which just built a first-of-its-kind e-bus charging depot

• The Director of EV Infrastructure at General Motors

• The Executive Director of the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility

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