Building America's Charging Infrastructure - Public/Private Partnerships
Join us for an enlightening discussion on the state of mobility and EV charging infrastructure with Gabe Klein, executive director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation. As the US targets having roughly 40 million EVs on the road in 2030, Gabe and his teams are tasked with helping federal, state, and local governments work together with private industry to build out reliable and ubiquitous charging infrastructure.
Hosts Brian O’Leary and Loren McDonald will dive into three main topic areas with Gabe, who has worked as a mobility venture capital partner, executive positions at startups including ZipCar, and run transportation departments at the local level in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Our conversation will explore:
- The role and progress of the Joint Office, which coordinates activities and programs between the US Department of Transportation and Department of Energy.
- Improving the EV charging experience through standards, new technologies, accountability, reliability initiatives, and industry partnerships.
- Beyond EVs: Building multimodal mobility solutions at the local city level with mayors.
This is a must-attend conversation for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the role of government in building out mobility and charging infrastructure.Less