Last Mile Delivery and Electric Vehicles: Why Congress Should Support Logistics in the Next Infrastructure Bill

 U.S. businesses are increasing their investments in electric delivery vehicles due to their advantages of eliminating emissions, noise, and dependence on diesel and gasoline fuels. With a number of major U.S. businesses committing to replacing substantial portions of their fleets with electric vehicles as part of their broader efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions, there seems to be growing commercial acceptance of electric vehicles. But what is the reality? Please join this discussion that will examine the challenges of electric delivery vehicle deployment and how Congress and the Administration can help.  

WHERE

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WHEN

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

10 AM - 11 AM ET

Get ready to hear from...

Amy Adams
Amy Adams
Cummins Inc.
Vice President, Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technologies
John Drake
John Drake
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director, Supply Chain Policy
Duane Hughes
Duane Hughes
Workhorse Group Inc.
Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Jensen
Thomas Jensen
UPS
VP
John Lindsey
John Lindsey
Schneider Electric North America
Head of Electric Vehicle Sales
Christopher Roberti
Christopher Roberti
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Senior Vice President, Cyber, Intelligence, and Supply Chain Security Policy