Webinar: Cities Leading the Transportation Electrification Charge

The Roadmap Panel Webinar Series

June 17, 2020 | 9-10:15am
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Event Description

Transportation electrification is growing at different rates around the world and certain cities are leading the way. This webinar will highlight three cities with aggressive strategies to accelerate electric mobility adoption: Orlando, FL and Denver, CO, two American Climate Cities Challenge participants, and Amsterdam, one of Europe’s electric mobility leaders.



Kelly Blynn, EV Tech Strategist, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)



Mike Salisbury, Transportation Energy Lead at The City & County of Denver

Mike started at the City and County of Denver as their Transportation Energy Lead in February of 2018. His focus is on promoting electric vehicles in all aspects of Denver’s work both within City operations and among the general public. Initiatives underway in Denver include expanding publicly available charging stations on City and private properties, electrifying rideshare vehicles, electrifying carshare vehicles and meeting the goal of 200 EVs in the City fleet by 2020. Mike began working in the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project's Transportation program as a Program Associate in early 2009. In 2008, Mike received a Masters' degree from the University of Delaware's Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.


Eric Campbell, Program Analyst at The Department of Energy and Environment


Geert de Jong, Air Quality & Electric Mobility Program Manager, City of Amsterdam