EVs: Navigating the Road Ahead
The half-day summit will bring together key leaders in the global automotive industry, business, policy influencers, special interest groups, think tanks and state and federal government to discuss EV technology and policy advances in two educational panels: Advancing Green Energy Technology and Innovations in the EV Market. The one-hour panels will each feature five industry experts.
The first panel, Advancing Green Energy Technology will address EV policy. The second panel, Innovation in the EV Market will focus on what’s next for the EV market and technology in the U.S.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Thank you & Adjourn
Advancing Green Energy Technology
According to a new survey by AAA, one in five Americans say they are likely to buy an electric car for their next new vehicle, that’s up from 15 percent from 2017. While EV’s make sense for customers and for the nation, the transition to EVs is still in its early stages and requires supportive technology and policies to overcome barriers to adoption. Advancements in battery life and efficiency coupled with the future expansion of charging stations across the nation will improve travel and make greater distances a reality. We’ll examine how both the private and public sectors are working to tackle policies and innovation and discuss how grid technology will impact and support the energy demands of tomorrow.
Innovations in the EV Market
Electric vehicles are contributing to a cleaner, safer and more energy-efficient environment. As public interest for this emerging technology grows, there is an increased overall commitment to fossil fuel reductions and zero-emission alternatives as a result of automotive, shared and autonomous mobility innovations as well infrastructure modernization and upgrades. With the EV market expected to see a major boom over the next decade, we’ll put you in the driver seat as we lay out the roadmap to what’s next for EV technology in the U.S.