Beyond Access: Implementing Equitable Clean Mobility Investments

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Beyond Access: Implementing Equitable Clean Mobility Investments

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

What does it really mean to go beyond "checking the box" for equity? How will new investment dollars, allocated to implement equitable clean mobility programs, drive measurable benefits for Income-qualified households?

GRID Alternatives invites you to join us for a webinar focused on addressing these two important questions. With unprecedented federal, state and utility investments in transportation electrification and equity, implementers, the people and agencies responsible for using these funds, are working to ensure that implementation and program design drive substantial, measurable benefits to individuals and families that need them the most. This level of government investment provides new opportunities for economic building and equity-centered initiatives for households disproportionately burdened by record-high gasoline prices, limited access to mobility options, and that have been historically impacted by environmental injustice.

Who Should Attend:

Staff and leadership from local, state, federal government agencies working to develop and implement clean mobility programs; nonprofits, community-based organizations and local leaders working towards an equitable transition to transportation electrification; and industry folks from auto, EVSP, electric utilities, and other related industries deploying clean mobility products and services across all communities and income brackets.

Featured Guests and GRID Staff:

You will have the opportunity to hear from three dynamic leaders in equitable clean mobility program implementation in one-on-one conversations with leaders from GRID Alternatives' Clean Mobility programming.

Chanell Fletcher, California Air Resources Board, and Linda Khamoushian, GRID’s Director of Shared Mobility

Stephen Morel, Montgomery County Green Bank, and Rachael Aptowitz, GRID’s Clean Mobility Program Strategist

Monisha Shah, Biden Administration's Joint Office on Energy and Transportation and Terea Macomber, GRID’s Director of Clean Mobility Programs

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Thank you to our generous supporters from the GM Climate Equity Fund for making this webinar possible!