Congressional Briefing on Electric Transportation in California

  • by BPC Staff
  • on November 18, 2014

InstituteCalifornia Institute for Federal Policy Research

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Invites you to attend a

Capitol Hill Lunch Briefing on:

Electric Transportation in California: Come hear what California’s three electric utilities are doing to support customer applications – invest in infrastructure development – and create and adopt new fleet applications.

Presented by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison

Thursday, November 20, 2014

12:00 pm – 1 P.M.

121 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC

(Lunch will be served)

This congressional lunch briefing will feature a presentation and discussion around the growing electric vehicle market in California and how California’s three Investor Owned Utilities are taking a leadership role in supporting customer applications, building public and private infrastructure to charge vehicles and expand the electric drive technology to applications in fleet adoption and restoration of power following outages and storms in a much quicker, cleaner and safer process.

Dave Meisel, Senior Director of Fleet Transportation for PG&E, Dean Taylor, Senior Manager of Transportation Electrification for Southern California Edison and J.C. Martin, Clean Transportation and System Integration Project Manager for San Diego Gas & Electric will present a brief overview of California’s EV program that will include some time for questions and answers.

Please join us for this luncheon briefing on Thursday, November 20th. To attend, please contact the California Institute at 202-785-5454 or .


For assessing compliance with Congressional gift ban rules, note that the California Institute is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization that employs no lobbyists. We anticipate this will be a widely attended event.

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