Executive Order 14057 requirements for deploying zero-emission vehicles are here in the federal market, close-coupled with significant interest from regulatory stakeholders, facilities operators, and policy makers. Federal agencies will need to develop multi-year plans to meet these new Administration requirements in tandem with existing agency goals and priorities. How do you manage day-to-day obligations while meeting new E.O. requirements? This training session will look at how agencies are working to balance - and rebalance - their planning efforts to meet zero-emission fleet goals.
Mark Dowd, Director, Federal Fleet Sustainability, Council on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the President
Tom Chaleki, Chief Readiness Support Officer, Department of Homeland Security
Michael McGhee, Executive Director, Climate Resilience, U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience)
Monta Baskerville, Energy Program Manager, National Park Service, Park Facility Management Division
Shea Jones, Executive Director, Office of Strategy, IRS: Criminal Investigation
Upon completion of this session attendees will:
- Identify federal mandates associated with electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure;
- Recognize how to manage the issues in a swiftly changing market;
- Identify how to manage day-to-day activities in context of broader requirements so that EV charging requirements can be met; and
- Recognize the importance of planning in a constrained environment, and how to balance and -rebalance in changing environment.