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The Global Rise of the Modern Plug-In Electric Vehicle: Public Policy, Innovation, and Strategy

Text overlay: The global rise of the modern plug-in electric vehicle: Public policy, innovation, and strategy. Monday, April 19, 4-5 p.m. EDT. Virtual event. RSVP: Headshots and bios: John Graham - Professor of Risk Analysis and Decision Science and Former Dean, Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University. In Conversation with: Lori Bennear - Juli Plant Grainger Associate Professor of Energy Economics and Policy, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Initiatives, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Introduced by: Jonathan Wiener. William R. and Thomas L. Perkins Professor of Law, Professor of Environmental Policy, Professor of Public Policy, Co-Director of the Duke Center on Ris, Duke University. Logos for Duke University Energy Initiative, Duke Center on Risk at the Initiative for Science & Society. Background: blurry image of vehicle plugged into EV charging station.
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Monday, April 19, 2021
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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Dr. John Graham

RSVP for this webinar on Mon. 4/19 (4-5 p.m. EDT) to fuel up on the context for the uphill climb of electric vehicles... and to get insights about where they're headed next.

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Duke alumnus John D. Graham (O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University) will chat with Lori Snyder Bennear (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University) about his latest book. Jonathan Wiener (Duke Law, Duke Center on Risk) will introduce Graham.

Graham will trace the development of the EV industry and its supply chain from the 1970s to today (including successes and failures in public policy, technological innovation, and corporate strategy). He'll also offer insights on factors shaping the future pace of the global transition to EVs, and will examine why the transition is now occurring much faster in China and Europe than in Japan and the United States.

Contact: Jacob Bratsch