Clean Transportation Forum

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An interactive forum on the clean transportation market and the policies/innovations shaping its future.

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In New York State, transportation accounts for 36% of greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, any path towards achieving the CLCPA goals must focus on greening transportation.

The Clean Transportation Forum hosted by NY Green Bank, NECEC, and NYSERDA will bring together clean transportation industry experts to discuss where the clean transportation market is today, the policy and innovation shaping its future, and the capital investments available to catalyze project deployment.

During this interactive forum, you will hear from top energy leaders in the sector on timely topics such as progress in TCI, regional initiatives, public-private partnerships, capital solutions addressing financing gaps, new NYSERDA incentive programs, and much more.


Attendance is recommended for, but not limited to:

  • Auto OEMs and EV charging/refueling infrastructure companies
  • Transportation logistic companies
  • Lenders and investors
  • Developers
  • Market analysts
  • Automakers
  • Transit agencies


8:30am – 9:00am: Registration

9:00am – 9:10am: Welcome Remarks by NYSERDA President Alicia Barton

9:10am – 9:40am: Fireside Chat

What does the future of clean transportation look like 1–10 years from now? NECEC President Peter Rothstein, and NY Green Bank President Alfred Griffin, will highlight capital solutions addressing funding gaps in the sector.

9:40am – 10:40am: Regional Initiatives and Policy Updates

Industry experts and policy leaders will discuss regional initiatives, policy updates, progress on TCI, and emerging public-private partnerships.

10:40am – 11:00am: Case Study

Recently, major corporations have made pledges to invest in sustainable infrastructure., specifically in transportation. This case study will examine how a major corporation plans to achieve this goal, the barriers they expect to confront, and their reason for making this target an organizational top priority.

11:00am – 11:40am: Facilitated Table Conversations

Representatives from NY Green Bank, NYSERDA, and NECEC will facilitate table discussions with conference attendees to identify existing barriers and solutions. There will be 30-minutes of discussion followed by 10 minutes for tables to present their key takeaways. Topics will include:

  • EV adoption challenges
  • The optimal business model and rate design for DC fast charging stations
  • The optimal financing model for utility connection for EV charging infrastructure
  • Financing barriers related to OEM EV production costs, OEM EV fleet lease arrangements, customer EV purchases, OEM battery lease arrangements, and EV charging infrastructure business models

11:40am – 11:50am: Report Back and Wrap Up

11:50am – 12:00am: Closing Remarks

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