A webinar presented by the IBA Power Law Committee
Over the past few years, countries around the world have seen increased consumer adoption of electric vehicles (ie, vehicles with an electric motor, or EVs), thereby increasing electricity demand from the transportation sector. This change is quickly becoming a trend, which provides utilities with an opportunity to increase electricity sales while providing customers with the possibility of lowering emissions and overall vehicle ownership costs compared to traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. Regulators are at different stages of exploring the role of different stakeholders in building EV charging infrastructure, managing grid impacts and protecting consumers. This webinar will provide some compared review of regulatory approaches in relevant regions.
- Gabriela Mancero Peña Mancero Abogados, Bogotá; Co-Chair, IBA Power Law Committee
- Carola Antonini Chiomenti, Milan; Diversity and Inclusion Officer, IBA Power Law Committee
- Sarah A W Fitts Schiff Hardin, New York; Co-Chair, IBA Power Law Committee
- Jay Govender Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, Johannesburg; African Regional Forum Liaison Officer, IBA Power Law Committee
- Monica Sun Herbert Smith Freehills, Beijing
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