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Webinar Archive Now Available

A new page is available on our site that will serve as an archive for our educational webinars. You can find the page listed under our Events tab.

Currently, the archive features access to The Evolution of EVs in the Southeast, with future webinars and related videos to be added as they occur.

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If you have suggestions, comments, or questions concerning future webinars, contact Turney Foshee.

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Winter Webinar Series Charges Ahead

We hope that you’ve already registered for our first free webinar, The Evolution of EVs in the South.

For an enriching accompaniment, plan to join us again for another hour as we learn about the power source behind electric vehicles and much more: batteries.

Three presenters will discuss the current limitations and the future innovations of battery technology, sources of federal funding, as well as government and industry response to market demands.

We’ll also look beyond EVs to the field of energy storage where batteries have the potential to greatly impact the energy landscape.

Speakers

Steven Boyd
Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, U.S. DOE

Commissioner Tim Echols
Georgia Public Service Commission

Matthew Renna
Volkswagen Group of America

This is the second in a series of free webinars that SSEB has planned for the year, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay informed of forthcoming sessions as we announce them.

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New Webinar Series Begins Soon

The first in a series of free, educational webinars hosted by SSEB kicks off Feb. 25, 2021 at 11 a.m. Join us for an hour via Zoom as we learn about the accelerating adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and how legislatures in the Southeast might respond to the trend.

In this informational webinar, you will be presented with an analysis from four speakers on the growing pace of EV adoption in the Southeast.

Speakers

Stan Cross
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Jennifer Weiss
Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University

Joe Hoagland
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

Alexa Voytek
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation

Join us as we explore the current and future outlook for EVs and how the region might respond to increased EV production and adoption.

Click below to register now!