Infrastructure for Light-Duty Vehicles, Freight, and People Movement
April 26, 2016 at UC Davis
The California Energy Commission (CEC) and UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) will conduct joint workshops on April 25-26, 2016 with a goal to present and discuss insights on the status of PEV infrastructure in California, critical barriers, and recommendations to accelerate commercialization. The workshops are held at the CEC on April 25 and at UC Davis on April 26.
This April 26 workshop at UC Davis is hosted by the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways (STEPS) team, with funding generously provided by the CEC and US DOE. Funding for this research was generously provided by the CEC, through the National Center for Sustainable Transportation.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, presenters, and stakeholders engaged in these efforts.
- Michael Nicholas (UC Davis) – PEV infrastructure, markets, and needs through 2025-2030
- Gil Tal (UC Davis) – Role of PEV infrastructure for PEV adoption
- David Greene (UT Knoxville) – PEV infrastructure: learnings from the literature
- Jake Ward (DOE) – EVSE costs
- Jamie Hall (GM) – Auto industry perspective on PEV infrastructure
- Colleen Quinn (Chargepoint) – Market Dynamics
- Dean Taylor (SoCal Edison)- Utility Perspective on PEV Infrastructure
- Leslie Baroody (CEC) – CEC on PEV infrastructure
- Phil Sheehy (ICF) – Readiness Planning and Implementation
- Sydney Vergis (ARB) – Sustainable Freight in California