LAEDC celebrates the Green City status announced on June 24th, which means significant EV drayage truck infrastructure investment is coming
The investment recognizes that moving swiftly to reduce GHGs is essential, positions CA to grow well-paying jobs, strengthens a future-forward competitive green industry, and provides health benefits for all.
As California sees federal support for sustainability, and the UK looks to California fresh from Brexit, both see opportunity in global collaboration on climate investment and innovation.
E4 explored emerging companies, workforce opportunities and equity in non-vehicle EV companies which make electric cars more accessible: charging solutions companies, mobile-phone apps, last-mile EV transit solution businesses.
Participants explored policy priorities and agreed that LA’s ZEV industry is ripe to accelerate even further because of the new federal administration and our governor and state budget, priorities and policies.
Talent pipelines and diversity were discussed at the e4 meeting Nov 12th, on the topic of Cool Jobs in a Hot Industry: Tesla and ZEVs. The meeting’s purpose was to advance equitable access to well-paying jobs
Industry experts offered next steps local governments can take to comply with Governor Newsom’s EV order and support more EV adoption, at the e4 Mobility Alliance meeting held on October 22nd.
LAEDC’s Jessica Ku Kim spoke at the California Energy Commission (CEC) Workshop meeting (webinar) on August 19th on the topic of economic recovery related to the California clean transportation industry.
Two electric vehicle OEMs in LA County have this week announced major financial deals, extending the region’s investment in EV innovation. With a plethora of EV makers including a number…