For the first time in a generation, transportation is the leading emitter of U.S. greenhouse gasses – responsible for an alarming 28% of overall emissions. To address this problem head-on, the United States must implement federal policies that advance the transition to zero emission vehicles. Electric vehicles (EVs) present a historic opportunity for the U.S. to significantly reduce carbon pollution, dramatically improve public health, galvanize American manufacturing leadership, and create hundreds of thousands of American jobs along the way.
As the Biden Administration has put forth an unprecedented commitment to transportation electrification in the American Jobs Plan, an EV future has never looked brighter. However, there is still a long road ahead as the White House, Congress, and private industry seek to drive policies necessary for a swift and equitable transition to electric transportation. Government officials will need to collaborate with leaders from across industry to meet the urgency of this moment.
The Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) will be hosting a detailed discussion with EV industry executives representing the entire supply chain — manufacturers, charging infrastructure, utilities, and critical minerals — to discuss the pathway to full EV adoption by 2030.
The discussion will further explore the importance of:
•President Biden’s American Jobs Plan
•Infrastructure and the legislative process
•Light-, medium-, and heavy-duty electrification
•National charging initiatives
•Domestic manufacturing and supply chains
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