NEW YORK – Clean transportation technology accelerator CALSTART and business sustainability organization Ceres will explore the path to getting roughly one-third of the nation’s commercial vehicle market to 30 percent zero-emissions sales by 2030.
The ambitious 30 percent zero-emissions sales goal was recently adopted by 15-states and the District of Columbia in a landmark multi-state Memorandum of Understanding. The same agreement calls for the states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington as well as Washington, DC to work collaboratively to get to a 100 percent zero-emission sales share for all new commercial truck and buses by 2050.
The CALSTART/Ceres Climate Week NYC virtual workshop will examine the policies, programs, incentives and other actions states and cities can adopt to get to that goal quickly, strategically and equitably.
Charting a Course to 30X30 for Zero-Emission Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles
CALSTART and Ceres
- Lauren Bailey, Director of Climate Policy, Tri-State Transportation Campaign
- Victoria Carey, Senior Project Officer, Office of Economic Transformation, New Jersey Economic Development Authority
- Rachel Flynn Kasuba Manager, Clean Transportation Programs Commercial & Fleet, National Grid
- Dan Gatti, Director of Clean Transportation Policy, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
- Jason Gies, Director of Business Development – eMobility, Navistar
- Alli Gold Roberts, Director, State Policy, Ceres
- Kay Kelly, Transportation Climate Change Specialist, Colorado Energy Office
- Benjamin Mandel, Northeast Regional Director, CALSTART
- Bruce Marsh, Director of Corporate Public Policy, DP-DHL Americas
- Elaine O’Grady, Policy & Program Director, NESCAUM
- Adam Ruder, Assistant Director, Clean Transportation, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
September 23, 2020 @ 9am – 11am ET