Accelerating EV Adoption and Electrification Projects
Through Policy and Incentives

What You’ll Learn

The electrification of transportation is underway, with governments, utilities and corporations working diligently to usher in a more sustainable mode of transportation. However, there is still significant work to be done in pushing forward the infrastructure necessary to support this shift and further, the policies underlying that push. On April 21st, CleanTechnica’s Zachary Shahan will speak with a panel of electrification experts regarding the future of EV policy, and what the legislative landscape for this emerging industry may look like in the coming years.

Join the CEC’s Ben De Alba (Advisor to Commissioner Patty Monahan), Plug-In America’s Senior Policy Manager, Peter O’Connor, and Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Specialist at FLO (a leading charging network operator) as they discuss what policy initiatives will be necessary to keep the wheels of the EV revolution moving.


More info

Date: Wednesday April 21,  2021

Time: 1 PM Eastern Time | 10 AM Pacific Time

Duration: 60 minutes

Can’t attend live? You should still register! We’ll send out the recording of the webinar to all registrants in the weeks following the event.

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Peter O'Connor

Senior Policy Manager
Plug In America

Ben De Alba

Advisor to Commissioner Patty Monahan
California Energy Commission

Cory Bullis

Senior Public Affairs Specialist
FLO | AddÉnergie

Zachary Shahan

CEO & Chief Editor


About FLO

FLO is a leading North American charging network for electric vehicles and a major provider of smart charging software and equipment.

Every month, FLO and its parent company, AddEnergie enable enable about half a million charging events and the transfer of 5.5 GWh in electricity, thanks to over 35,000 high-quality stations deployed on public networks, commercial and residential installations. This translates into approximately 30M km travelled by clean electric vehicles – nearly 700 trips around the earth.

FLO’s headquarters and network operations centre are based in Quebec City. AddÉnergie’s assembly plant, located in Shawinigan (Quebec), has produced over 35,000 high-quality charging stations. The company also has an office in Montreal and regional teams located in Ontario, British Columbia, California, New York and Florida.