Uncharted Territory: Building New Pathways to E-Mobility Resilience

Pathways to Resilience: Infrastructure 4.0 - A Guidehouse Webinar Series

May 19, 2020 - 1:00 PM EDT
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The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered an economic impact unlike anything the world has experienced in living memory—never before have multiple sectors of the economy been almost completely idled for weeks or months. The crisis also happens to coincide with the beginnings of a transformation in how people and goods are moved. Ground transportation companies are accelerating the shift toward electrification, automation, services, and connectivity. These changes extend well beyond vehicle manufacturers to service and platform providers, infrastructure providers, policy makers, and utilities. The ultimate goal of building a more sustainable world remains, but the pathways to get there have almost certainly changed. 

Join Guidehouse’s experts for a lively discussion on e-mobility as the world plots how to recover and best respond to the current crisis. Panelists will explore the lasting impacts on both business and society and what they mean for the future transportation sector. This discussion is the third installment in a new Guidehouse webinar series, Pathways to Resilience: Infrastructure 4.0

  • How transportation will evolve through and out of the pandemic
  • What the future holds for shared transportation
  • How fleet operators can benefit from the changing landscape
  • How will broader societal changes from COVID-19 impact the transportation sector and the effort toward more sustainable transportation modes?
  • How will the economic contraction impact the effort to electrify transportation?
  • How can industry maintain or even enhance the momentum toward electrification?
  • What can utilities and public officials do to further enable this electrification transformation?
  • Automakers
  • Utilities
  • Suppliers
  • Transportation policy makers
  • Infrastructure providers
  • City and state governments