Michigan has long been the state that moves people. The Motor City gave the world cars. Albion gave it iron. Alpena, cement.
Now, Michigan is on the cusp of being an innovative leader in moving people once again. It can be the foreground for the electric vehicle industry, which would zap new life into our workforce, our economy and our work toward a clean energy future.
Pumping the brakes on the burgeoning industry are our current laws, which make it tough for electric vehicle businesses to set up shop and charging stations to crop up.
Charlotte Jameson, MEC energy program director, and Cory Connelly, vice president of policy for the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council, talk to MEC President/CEO Conan Smith about the good and the bad when it comes to electric vehicle policy and law and what they are pushing for.
The Capitol Connection webinar series is generously sponsored by Steve and Judy Dobson.
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