This week’s Clean Commercial Transportation Update featured a sneak peak of the upcoming funding opportunities and programs aimed at accelerating the growth of the zero-emissions market; as well as a powerful forward-thinking analysis about the trends in new transportation technology and investments. CCTU also held an Update Extra Segment to call attention to the need for updating microgrids across the country. Our guests for this week included:
- Tarah Campi, HVIP Program Manager, and Kasey Okazaki, Project Manager at CALSTART and Producer on CCTU, to speak on HVIP’s re-opening coming later this Spring
- Maureen Marshall, Midwest Regional Director at CALSTART, to introduce the brand-new Generation Zero Pledge, which will bring in multiple stakeholders to adapt to zero-emissions transit
- Mary Ann Piete, Senior Scientist and the Director of the Building Technology and Urban Systems Division in the Energy Technologies Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, provided us with an understanding of pressing environmental challenges to the grid.
- Nicole Geneau, Vice President of Development, Eaas, at AlphaStruxure, and Jonathan Levy, Senior Engineer at Microgrid Labs, highlighted emerging solutions to the grid and how we power communities.