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National EMobility Equity Town Hall via Zoom
The National EMobility Equity Town Hall is a national conversation examining the different facets of the EMobility Equity ecosystem. Equity is a hot topic. However, equity is often a concept that is misinterpreted and/or misunderstood. As the world speeds toward a future where EMobility is Electric, Connected, Shared, and Autonomous, how do we ensure that all members of our community have access and will be engaged and part of this transition. How do we engage diverse communities / those impacted worst by transportation emissions? This will be a topic-focused discussion bringing attention and awareness to the key infrastructure and policy issues impacting our cities and communities of opportunity.

In this Town Hall format, the discussion will be driven by attendees.
To date, topics that have risen to the top include:  

EMobility Equity Best Practices 
Role of Utilities/Co-ops/PSC
COVID-19's Impact on EMobility Programs, Vehicle Launches, and Initiatives
EV Rebates and Incentives
Multi Unit Properties / Prepaid Charging
Building Political Power To Accelerate Transportation Electrification
Engaging Vulnerable Populations - Frontline Communities 
EV Public PolicyAffordable EVs Rebooting a Cleaner & Greener Auto Industry/Workforce
Multi-Modal Transportation Electrification
Electrification of Ride Share and Shared Mobility
EMobility Economic/Workforce Development 
Elevating The Role of Women in The EV Ecosystem Expanding Public Charging Infrastructure 
Public Health Impacts of Transportation Electrification
Expanding The EV Tent - Moving Beyond Early Adopters
Electric School Buses/Medium/Heavy Duty/Mass Transit
Electrification of Rural Communities and more

Presented by EVHybridNoire - Thought Leaders with EMobility Best Practices and Equity: The nation's largest network of diverse EV drivers and enthusiasts & Forth - Clean Transportation Trade Association and Producers of The Roadmap Conference in partnership with the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

May 28, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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