As part of the Reinventing American Energy series, we are diving into electrification. The shift toward electrification is gaining momentum in the U.S. Sales of electric vehicles are starting to take off after years of slow growth, and the rise of renewable sources like wind and solar is pushing electrification of buildings and the manufacturing industry in certain parts of the country. At the same time, the wider adoption of electrification comes with questions around costs and implementation challenges.
Join POLITICO Thursday, July 25, for a deep-dive conversation on the potential benefits, costs and impacts of consumer-driven mass electrification in the U.S. and the policy and regulatory topics that need to be addressed.
Gladys Brown Dutrieuille, Chairman, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
Genevieve Cullen, President, Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA)
Sen. Angus King (I-Maine), Member of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
Conner Prochaska, Chief Commercialization Officer and Director, Office of Technology Transitions, U.S. Department of Energy
Gil Quiniones, President and CEO, New York Power Authority
Moderated by: Gavin Bade, Energy Reporter, POLITICO Pro