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Aug 10, 2023
An Online, Collaborative Experience

The decarbonization of transportation is accelerating, driven by economics, regulatory demands and climate goals. It's critical to stay up-to-date on the confluence of market forces to ensure your operations are efficient and sustainable. 

Electrify is an online, collaborative experience that deepens connections between leaders decarbonizing and electrifying fleets. Interact with the transport electrification community through exclusive small-group discussions, live broadcasts from innovative facilities and case study sessions that get you up to speed on emerging trends and best practices. 

Topics Will include: 

  • Light-duty vehicle electrification

  • Medium-and-heavy-duty-vehicle electrification 

  • Charging infrastructure  

  • Fleet and sustainability 


Partner Highlights

We’ve partnered with trailblazing organizations, each of which plays an important role in decarbonizing and electrifying fleets. Learn more about our Electrify 23 partners below.

The Electrification Coalition is a nonprofit organization that develops and implements a broad set of strategies to facilitate the widespread adoption of electric vehicles to overcome the economic, public health, and national security challenges that stem from America’s dependence on oil. Our strategies include policy development, advocacy campaigns, consumer education, fleet electrification, cultivation of bipartisan support, support for charging infrastructure planning, EV supply chain development, and coalition building.

Electrification Coalition

Ceres is a nonprofit organization working with the most influential capital market leaders to solve the world’s greatest sustainability challenges. Through our powerful networks and global collaborations of investors, companies, and nonprofits, we drive action and inspire equitable market-based and policy solutions throughout the economy to build a just and sustainable future.

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