While acknowledging that the energy transition is well underway in California, the conversation will focus on the need for continued creativity, collaboration, solution-focused policy and investment across all sectors.

The opening session will see a discussion on the role of technology as one of the key levers to aid California’s energy transition. Technology, research and development - whether by niche green-tech companies, established energy incumbents, or preferably both - has a role to play in influencing the future energy roadmap. It’s a relevant component for all topics we’ll discuss during Powering Progress Together as we break into two tracks: the first focused on future Infrastructure for the Mobility Revolution, which will tackle the intersection of increased electrification as an essential future fuel for personal mobility, and the second track focused on the opportunities and challenges of delivering Cleaner Energy for Everyone.

The audience will come together for the final session which will focus on what we heard today, and how our conversations illuminate that the future of energy is everyone’s business. Collaboration, even with unlikely partners, is essential if society is to successfully meet its long-term climate goals.

See the below video for a recap of last year’s Powering Progress Together forum in Detroit.

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