Madison, WI – The Customers First! Coalition will be hosting a Power Dialogue event on May 3, 2022, to discuss state policy questions surrounding electric vehicles and transportation issues. Speakers and panel will last from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm at the Madison Club, followed by a networking reception. Registration is required, and details can be found below.
Event Time and Place
Tuesday, May 3, 2022; 2 pm – 5:30 pm
The Madison Club, 5 E Wilson Street, Madison, WI
Eventbrite Page/Registration Link
Discussions about electric vehicles and policies impacting their adoption in Wisconsin have increased dramatically over the past few years, and the state now faces policy decisions that will impact the economics of electric vehicles for drivers, utility customers, and taxpayers.
We are bringing together speakers and a panel to discuss some of the biggest policy decisions facing regulators and lawmakers heading into the next budget cycle, including:
- How should electric vehicles pay for the use of roads?
- What role should the state and federal government play in helping facilitate electric vehicle charging infrastructure?
- Are regulatory or statutory changes needed due to increased electric vehicle adoption?
Hear from industry and policy experts about their expectations for electric vehicles and the changing transportation landscape, including:
Sen. Julian Bradley, Chairman, Senate Committee on Utilities, Technology, and Telecommunications
- Joel Nilsestuen, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
- Josh Fisher, Director, State Affairs, Alliance for Automotive Innovation
- Steve Baas, Executive Director, Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association
- Deb Erwin, Director, Policy and Program Planning, Clean Transportation, Xcel Energy
- Kathy Kuntz, Director, Dane County Office of Energy & Climate Change
Commissioner Tyler Huebner, Public Service Commission of Wisconsin
2:00 pm Registration and Networking, First Floor, Madison Club
2:30 pm Opening Remarks
3:00 pm Panel Discussion
4:30 pm Networking Reception
Registration and Parking Info
Registration is required via Eventbrite:
More information about parking near the Madison Club can be found here.
For questions about registration, agenda, or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Customers First! Coalition Executive Director Kristin Gilkes via email kristin (at) customersfirst.org.