How to Drive Cross-Sector Innovation for Clean Transportation

How to Drive Cross-Sector Innovation for Clean Transportation

Event Contact

  • Carly Berke
  • Former Press Coordinator, Climate and Energy Program
  • [email protected]
  • The transportation sector accounts for the largest percentage of US greenhouse gas emissions. In order to meet our climate targets, we must invest in innovation across every mode of transportation to unlock the next generation of EV batteries, demonstrate battery- and hydrogen-powered trucks and locomotives, and develop new feedstocks for sustainable aviation fuels.

    Third Way hosted a virtual event on Thursday, August 12, at 2:00 PM ET to discuss how increased cooperation between the public and private sectors can help accelerate innovation in clean transportation, establish US leadership in clean energy, and meet our climate goals. We heard from industry experts at Toyota, General Motors, Carbon Engineering, and the Association of American Railroads.

    Keynote Speaker

    Michael Berube, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Sustainable Transportation, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy


    Alex Laska, Transportation Policy Advisor, Third Way Climate and Energy Program


    Lori Guetre, Vice President, Business Development, Carbon Engineering Ltd.
    Jordan Stone, Assistant Vice President, Government Affairs, Association of American Railroads
    Michael Maten, Senior Strategist-EV and Energy Policy, General Motors Company
    Andrew Lund, Chief Engineer, Zero Emission Vehicles, Advanced Product Planning Office, Toyota Motor North America, Inc

    Moderated by

    Arianna Skibell, Climate & Transportation Reporter, E&E News