May

    Getting to Yes in Transportation Electrification: Emerging Paths through Legal Gridlock

    12 PM EDT

    Transportation electrification has become a subject of many proceedings, pilot projects, legislative actions, state initiatives, and interstate arrangements throughout the United States. Rapid improvement of technology has led automotive manufacturers to invest; utilities to respond to the perceived new market creation possibilities; and public interest groups to highlight the decarbonization benefits. Key to developmental progress is the need to reconcile regulatory uncertainty and responsibilities of the affected parties. This program will examine the principles being developed and the types of legal issues in the process of resolution.

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    Moderators:
    Roger Feldman, Co-Chair, SEER Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources Committee
    Joseph Halso, Associate Attorney, Sierra Club

    Speakers:
    Philip Jones, Executive Director, Alliance for Transportation Electrification
    Katie Sloan, Director of eMobility, Southern California Edison
    Will Toor, Executive Director, Colorado Energy Office

    Sponsored by:
    The Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources and the Section’s Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Committee, Energy Infrastructure Siting and Reliability Committee, Energy Markets and Finance Committee, Government and Private Sector Innovation Committee, and the Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems Committee.

    This is a non-CLE webinar. Participants will not receive CLE credit.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    May 22, 2019

    2019-05-22T12:00:00-04:00 2019-05-22T13:30:00-04:00 Getting to Yes in Transportation Electrification: Emerging Paths through Legal Gridlock

    Transportation electrification has become a subject of many proceedings, pilot projects, legislative actions, state initiatives, and interstate arrangements throughout the United States. Rapid improvement of technology has led automotive manufacturers to invest; utilities to respond to the perceived new market creation possibilities; and public interest groups to highlight the decarbonization benefits. Key to developmental progress is the need to reconcile regulatory uncertainty and responsibilities of the affected parties. This program will examine the principles being developed and the types of legal issues in the process of resolution.

    Speakers

    Laura Renger

    O'Melveny & Myers LLP

    Philip Jones

    Alliance for Transporation Electrification

    Will Toor

    Colorado Energy Office

    Moderators

    Sponsors

    Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems

    Energy Infrastructure, Siting, and Reliability

    Energy Markets and Finance

    Government and Private Sector Innovation

    Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources

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