Head Spinning, Wistful, Hopeful
Fortnightly Magazine - November 2020
While EPRI leads the way, lots is going on in the industry in the march toward cleaner air.
PUF brings you a taste of the Electrification Virtual Summit, with excerpts from plenary sessions held each day.
Conversation with EPRI’s Director for Research and Development.
Moderator Arshad Mansoor, EPRI president, led a panel with Pedro Pizarro CEO, Edison International, and Debra Smith CEO, Seattle City Light, looking ahead at what electrification will bring.
Moderated by Neva Espinoza, EPRI's director of research and development, the panel included Bo Cerup-Simonsen, executive technical advisor, fleet management & technology, Maersk, Paul Browning, CEO, Mitsubishi Power Americas, and Michael Berube, acting deputy assistant secretary, sustainable transportation, energy efficiency and renewable energy, DOE.
Moderated by EPRI's Mark Duvall, director, electrification and customer solutions, on the panel were Chelsea Sexton, electric vehicle advisor, Tony Posawatz, CEO, Invictus iCAR LLC, and Ed Kjaer, CEO, CMK Consulting LLC.
Moderated by Rob Chapman, EPRI's VP of electrification, sustainability, and environment, the panel included Alex Fitzsimmons, deputy assistant secretary for energy efficiency, DOE, Diane Huis, senior VP of innovation and business development, North Carolina Electric Membership Corp., and Natalia Mathura, principal, utility business models, SEPA.
Moderated by Sheryl Carter, director, power sector, climate & clean energy program, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), on the panel were Agustin Cabrera, director, RePower LA, LAANE, and Martha Guzman Aceves, Commissioner, California Public Utilities Commission.
Ameren committed to achieve net zero carbon emissions by the year 2050.
Conversation with Southern Co. Gas CEO Kim Greene, introduced by Dan Hahn of Guidehouse.