Infrastructure policy for advanced vehicles

With the growth of advanced fuels and vehicles in the consumer marketplace, what policies and investments -- if any -- should the government make to spur demand and further innovation?
Does Washington have any responsibility to directly or indirectly fund the infrastructure advanced vehicles need?
Thought-leaders and policy makers from Congress, the Administration, industry, and academia will gather to examine these questions and more.
Participants Include:

Welcome Remarks By:
Hugo Gurdon. Editor-in-Chief, The Hill
Kathleen Hennessey
Vice President, Government Affairs, Hyundai Motor Company
Moderated By:
Keith Laing and Tim Cama, The Hill
Patrick Davis, Director of the Vehicle Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy

Chan Lieu, Senior Legislative Advisor, Venable LLP & former Director of Government Affairs, Policy & Strategic Planning, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
in conversation with Nick Nigro, Center for Climate & Energy Solutions

Expert Industry Roundtable Discussion:
Myron Ebell, Director of the Center for Energy & Environment, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Emil Frankel, Visiting Scholar, Bipartisan Policy Center & former Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation
Sam Ori, Executive Vice President, Securing America's Future Energy (SAFE)