Electrifying the nation’s transportation system is a systemic shift. Getting it right demands smart public-private collaboration.
Electrification is driving major changes: from a transition to clean sources of energy at source, to the creation of vast new charging infrastructure, to the transition of how we power major fleets, to a digitized, two-way electric grid powered by distributed resources.
Each of these trends is seeing huge capital investment and new deployment of technology, and each requires smart public-private collaboration to succeed.
On October 20, join CityAge, with the support of White & Case, as we dive into how to structure the emerging industrial and public-private partnerships shaping this exciting sector.
Anchor Welcome & Introduction
Opening Presentation by: Casey Brown, Executive Director & President, Evolve Houston
Panel 1: Public-Private Collaboration of the Future
Public-private partnerships are driving the electrification of transportation. How are the most effective partnerships structured and managed? We’ll discuss strategies to most effectively finance, test, implement, and scale new infrastructure with equity at the forefront.
Panel 2: Equitable and Strategic: How to Distribute Charging Infrastructure
EV-charging infrastructure has far reaching implications for regional equity and social fabric. How can utilities, transportation agencies, industry leaders, and users collaborate to ensure the equitable and strategic distribution of charging stations?