CAR Management Briefing Seminars
August 2-4, 2022
The Path to 50% – How are We Doing a Year Later?
August 2 | 10:20 AM
Last August, the Biden Administration unveiled plans to more aggressively combat climate change through more stringent fuel economy and emissions standards—setting a goal of 50 percent battery-electric and plug-in-hybrid sales by 2030. While some automakers were already on board with their zero emissions strategies, many more have pledged to electrify across their product portfolios in the past year. This panel will discuss progress toward increasing BEV and PHEV sales, investments, and supportive policies.
Michael Berube | Deputy Assistant Secretary for Sustainable Transportation, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Janet Lin | Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Panasonic USA
Stephanie Searle | Director for the Fuels Program and the United States region, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Jonathan Weinberger | Chief Advocate for Global Transportation Technology Policy, General Motors
John Bozzella | CEO, Alliance for Automotive Innovation