The world is turning away from fossil fuels as Britain, France, and China all have announced plans to phase out gasoline vehicles. In New Jersey, electrifying the state’s transportation system—the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions— is shaping up as a top priority in January when a new Legislature and Governor take office. How best for New Jersey to move beyond a petroleum-based transportation sector?
To address these and other questions NJ Spotlight convened on December 14, New Jersey's Energy Future: Electric Vehicles, a roundtable that brought together industry experts, legislators, and thought leaders for a far-ranging forum on a variety of critical issues.
Mark Warner, Vice President, Gabel Associates
James B. Appleton, President, New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
Assemblyman Daniel R. Benson, Chairman, Law and Public Safety Committee; Member,
Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee
Pamela Frank, CEO, ChargEVC and Vice President, Gabel Associates
Karen R. Lefkowitz, Vice President, Utility of the Future, Pepco Holdings (An Exelon Company)
Kevin George Miller, Director, Public Policy, ChargePoint
Tom Johnson, Energy Writer, NJ Spotlight
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