Future decarbonization depends to an important extent on the introduction of vehicular transportation innovation in a manner compatible with management of its associated environmental impacts and modernized grid management adapted to renewables use.
Three key facets to successfully doing so are:
- Development of state regulatory frameworks responsive to multiple – and in some cases conflicting – stakeholder requirements;
- Attention to the management of the associated private sector potential responsibilities and liabilities for the related disposition of hazardous byproducts of the electricity planning, generation, transmission, distribution, storage and end-of-life management of assets central to its operation; and
- Innovation in materials management to facilitate a circular life-cycle management process responsive to the domestic and international challenges presented.
This webinar presents the legal considerations of sustainable transportation electrification from state utility regulatory, supplier/ commercial, and federal perspectives. The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for attending.
Jeff Farano Sr., Corporate Counsel, SA Recycling, Anaheim, CA
Jeff Spangenberger, Materials Recycling Group Leader, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL
Laura Wagner, Batteries Lifecycle Manager, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI
Jonathan Schaefer, Counsel, Robinson + Cole, Hartford, CT