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Webinars from the World Electric Vehicle Cities & Ecosystems Conference

Cities are critical catalysts in the development of electric vehicle ecosystems. This conference showcases city success stories, enables city-to-city learning, and advances new visions for the development of electric vehicle (EV) ecosystems. It is also a forum to help refine and strengthen the goals and strategies of nonprofit organizations that work with municipalities and other stakeholders to support the EV cities of the future.

Co-hosted by:
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation and
UC Davis Plug-in Hybrid & Electric Vehicle (PH&EV) Research Center

Sponsors:
BMW Group; South Coast Air Quality Management District; Electric Power Research Institute; Enterprise Holdings; California Public Utilities Commission; Southern California Edison; ECOtality; Fehr and Peers; UCLA GSA Sustainable Resource Group

  1. The World Electric Vehicle Cities and Ecosystems Web Portal Goes Live

    Tom Turrentine, Akriti Bhambi, University of California, Davis

  2. NEW NATIONAL VISIONS FOR SUPPORTING EV CITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS - Speaker #1

    Gereon Meyer, Senior Consultant, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

    This closing panel will take the day’s focus on cities to a larger scale by featuring national and state programs that serve as key examples for how national and state governments can work with cities to promote the development of electric vehicle ecosystems. Leaders of these key programs, the panelists will highlight new visions, goal, and strategies moving forward to advance EV cities.

  3. NEW NATIONAL VISIONS FOR SUPPORTING EV CITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS - Speaker #2

    Tom Cackette, Chief Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board

    This closing panel will take the day’s focus on cities to a larger scale by featuring national and state programs that serve as key examples for how national and state governments can work with cities to promote the development of electric vehicle ecosystems. Leaders of these key programs, the panelists will highlight new visions, goal, and strategies moving forward to advance EV cities.

  4. NEW NATIONAL VISIONS FOR SUPPORTING EV CITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS - Speaker #3

    Linda Bluestein, Co-Director, Clean Cites, U.S. Department of Energy

    This closing panel will take the day’s focus on cities to a larger scale by featuring national and state programs that serve as key examples for how national and state governments can work with cities to promote the development of electric vehicle ecosystems. Leaders of these key programs, the panelists will highlight new visions, goal, and strategies moving forward to advance EV cities.

  5. NEW NATIONAL VISIONS FOR SUPPORTING EV CITIES AND ECOSYSTEMS - Q&A

    J.R. DeShazo (Moderator), Director, Luskin Center for Innovation, University of California, Los Angeles

    This closing panel will take the day’s focus on cities to a larger scale by featuring national and state programs that serve as key examples for how national and state governments can work with cities to promote the development of electric vehicle ecosystems. Leaders of these key programs, the panelists will highlight new visions, goal, and strategies moving forward to advance EV cities.

  6. Interview - Post Conference

    Interview and discussion with a representative from Mayor Villaraigosa's Office.