If you (like we at CleanTechnica) are interested in learning about how policy and incentives play a role in the progress of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, then look no further than an engaging webinar we’ll be hosting on Wednesday, April 21st, 2021.
If you are eager for electrification of transportation to progress, like we are, join us as we try to dive into all of the key topics to help make that happen. While many electrification projects are underway, and we see more and more EVs (and charging stations) on the road every day, we still have a lot of work to do. This work involves changing policies, mindsets, infrastructure, and more. The question is: what can we really do to keep the EV revolution ball rolling?
On April 21st, CleanTechnica’s CEO Zachary Shahan will speak with a panel of electrification experts regarding the future of EV policy, and what the legislative landscape for this emerging industry may look like in the coming years.
You can register here to join (it’s free).
Join the California Energy Commission’s Ben De Alba (Advisor to Commissioner Patty Monahan), Plug-In America’s Senior Policy Manager, Peter O’Connor, and Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Specialist at FLO* (a leading charging network operator), as they discuss what policy initiatives and incentives will be necessary to keep the wheels of the EV revolution turning.
If are intrigued to hear about electrification projects and policy from several sides of the discussion, listen in on April 21st, 2021, @ 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST. Here’s that registration link again. See you there!
*This post is supported by FLO.
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