Taming the Wild West:

How Electric Transportation Can Enhance

Resilience and Help Communities in the Face of Disaster

Live on Wednesday, December 16, at 2:30p - 4p ET / 11:30a - 1p PT

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Over the past few months, western states have been ravaged by some of the worst wildfires on record, leading to power outages both planned and unplanned. As transportation becomes electrified, we will see both greater reliance on the electric grid and more availability of distributed storage capacity. How do we ensure universal access to charging? And, how do we make use of the distributed storage in EVs of all types – passenger vehicles, school and transit buses, delivery vehicles – to help out communities disrupted by disaster?

Moderator:   Panelists:   



Matt Stanberry
Managing Director 


Mona Tierney-Lloyd
Head of U.S. Public Policy
Enel North America Inc.

Duncan McIntyre
Highland Electric

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