It’s Electric! What’s Working in Transportation
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Kyle Stock, senior correspondent for Bloomberg Green, moderated a conversation about the growing E-transportation movement. How soon will we have more accessible electric infrastructure for cars and trucks? How soon can urban and rural communities truly rely on E-transport? Hear from the experts!
This session in presented in partnership with Ford Motor Company.
About the Participants
Kyle Stock is a senior correspondent covering the future of transportation for Bloomberg’s Green platform, a role that stretches from electric vehicles and charging infrastructure to flying cars and sidewalk delivery droids. He has a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, an MBA from Columbia University, and a somewhat tired, plug-in minivan.
Jonathan Levy is chief commercial officer at EVgo. Prior to joining EVgo, Levy was the director of policy and strategy at Vision Ridge Partners, an investment firm focused on sustainable real assets based in Boulder, Colorado. Levy started his career on Capitol Hill as a policy advisor to then-Congressman Rahm Emanuel and served in the Obama administration in a variety of positions at the U.S. Department of Energy and the White House, concluding his federal service as deputy chief of staff to U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz.
Nick Nigro is the founder of Atlas Public Policy and has led Atlas as the company has become a respected voice in the public policy field. Nigro is a nationally known expert on climate change policy, transportation electrification, and the greater use of data in policy analysis. He has led the development of several complex financial and policy analysis tools, convened large groups of diverse stakeholders nationwide, and is a frequent public speaker on energy and environmental issues.
Kameale Terry is the CEO of ChargerHelp.
Karen Wiener is a biking mom and co-owner of The New Wheel, an electric bicycle retailer in the San Francisco Bay Area founded in 2010. Her life’s work is to increase the ease, joy, and utility of using electric bicycles in San Francisco and the Bay Area and to replace as many car trips as possible. She believes that electric bicycles provide as a super-efficient use of electric motors to transform local transportation and support vibrant communities.