The Road to Zero Emission Trucks: Manufacturing
 
The government and a growing number of American companies have embraced the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. As truck manufacturers shift gears to produce zero-emission vehicles, a new infrastructure and jobs ecosystem is taking shape. Policy initiatives will lead the way in determining whether the trucks will be built domestically, where the jobs will be created, and if the nation can meet its goal.
 

The second of The Hill's three-part series will bring together lawmakers, truck manufacturers and business leaders to discuss policies supporting zero-emission trucks, domestic manufacturing of these vehicles and job growth in this sector.

  

Tuesday, July 20

1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT

 

Speakers:

  • Jack Allen, CEO, Proterra
  • Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI), Member, Energy & Commerce Committee
  • Zoe Lipman, Director of Manufacturing and Advanced Transportation, BlueGreen Alliance
  • David Senjem, Minnesota State Senator
  • John Paul Smith, Legislative Representative, United Steelworkers Union

 

Sponsor Perspective:

  • Vickie Patton, General Counsel & U.S. Clean Air Program Lead, Environmental Defense Fund
  • Melina Kennedy, Vice President – Product Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Cummins Inc.

 Moderator:

  • Steve Clemons, Editor-at-Large, The Hill

 

 

Questions for our speakers? Join the conversation using @TheHillEvents and #TheHillETrucks

 

SPONSOR 

 EDF

Corporate shippers, large fleet operators and truck and engine manufacturers face growing pressure to drive down pollution from medium and heavy-duty vehicles, which contribute to climate change and cause serious harm to human health. Leading businesses understand the urgency to switch to zero-emission alternatives.

 

 Both corporate leadership and policy action are critical to accelerate the transition to zero-emission trucks. That’s why one of the most powerful tools businesses have to drive progress is their political influence.

Learn more about the benefits of zero-emission trucks, the policies needed to scale their deployment and how Environmental Defense Fund can help.