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    • 24 May 2024
    • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Online via Zoom (Eastern time zone)
    • 453
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    NCAC May 24 Webinar: IEA's EV Outlook

    Electric vehicle (EV) sales have continued growing rapidly, but most headlines these days are focused on slowing adoption and downside risks. Last month, the International Energy Agency released its annual Global EV Outlook, which sets the standard for analysis of recent electric vehicle trends and market projections. Please join us for a presentation by Elizabeth Connelly, Energy Technology and Transport Analyst at the IEA and lead author of the report. TJ Conway, Principal at RMI and NCAC President, will moderate the session.


    Speaker Bio:

    Elizabeth Connelly is currently leading the transport analysis in the Energy Technology Policy division of the International Energy Agency (IEA). Her work includes transport scenario modeling, life cycle assessment, and techno-economic analysis. She has served as the coordinator and lead author of the annual Global EV Outlook report for the past two years. She currently serves as the desk officer for the Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and Advanced Fuel Cell Technology Collaboration Programmes.


    Before joining the IEA, Elizabeth worked at the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory on projects supporting vehicle decarbonization and systems analysis, as well as for the U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office supporting the H2@Scale initiative. Elizabeth has a PhD in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia (USA).

    This event is free for NCAC-USAEE members. The Zoom link will be at the very bottom of the confirmation email from NCAC-USAEE, after you register. Non-members, we strongly encourage you to become NCAC annual members for only $35 at this link https://www.ncac-usaee.org/membership (and then sign-up for the event for free on the website calendar). For those who would prefer to join without becoming members, you can pay $10 for the event.

25 Apr 2024 NCAC-USAEE 27th Annual Conference | Ensuring Reliability: The Right Energy in the Right Places at the Right Times
28 Feb 2024 USAEE-NCAC Annual Dinner, Keynote Speaker Heather Boushey, White House Council of Economic Advisers
16 Feb 2024 NCAC February 2024 Webinar - Petrochemical Feedstock Outlook
26 Jan 2024 NCAC January 2024 Webinar - Future of Nuclear Power?
17 Nov 2023 NCAC-USAEE November 2023 Webinar - COP28 Preview
30 Oct 2023 NCAC-USAEE October 2023 Webinar - CCUS and Carbon Removal Prospects
29 Sep 2023 NCAC-USAEE Fall Kickoff Happy Hour: Fri. Sep. 29 @ 5pm
29 Sep 2023 NCAC-USAEE September 2023 Webinar - Global Energy Market Outlook
25 Jul 2023 NCAC-USAEE July 2023 Zoom - Managing the Energy Transition - Key Touch Points with Today’s Electricity Markets
30 Jun 2023 NCAC-USAEE Happy Hour - June 30, 2023
25 May 2023 NCAC-USAEE May 2023 Zoom - The Role of U.S. Natural Gas Exports in a Low-Carbon World
13 Apr 2023 NCAC-USAEE 26th Annual Conference | Opportunity in Crisis: Solving for Energy Security and a Low-Carbon Transition
22 Feb 2023 NCAC Annual Dinner co-hosted by the Embassy of Canada, with special guest Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, Senior Resident Fellow for Climate and Energy Program, Third Way
18 Nov 2022 NCAC-USAEE November Zoom - Carbon Border Adjustments
28 Oct 2022 NCAC-USAEE October Zoom - Cutting Methane in the Oil and Gas Sector: Progress and Prospects
30 Sep 2022 NCAC-USAEE/LE Joint Happy Hour - September 30th
16 Sep 2022 NCAC-USAEE September Zoom - State Low Carbon Fuel Policies
25 Aug 2022 NCAC-USAEE August Zoom - Is There a Future for Coal?
29 Jun 2022 NCAC June Zoom-Microgrids for Climate Justice
12 May 2022 NCAC May Zoom-The Costs of Peaker Plants and How Virtual Power Plants Can Replace Them
27 Apr 2022 2022 Annual Energy Policy Conference: Energy Today and Tomorrow
20 Apr 2022 What is OPEC's role in this oil economy?
23 Mar 2022 NCAC-USAEE 2022 Annual Dinner with Nikos Tsafos, CSIS
16 Mar 2022 Enabling the Green Energy Transition by Building Localized Battery Supply Chains
24 Feb 2022 Gathering Climate Intelligence to Manage Abundant Petroleum in a Warming World
31 Jan 2022 Building the commercial EV infrastructure of tomorrow, today: energy, economics and policy considerations
17 Nov 2021 Empowering Local Governments to Plan for Climate Action
27 Oct 2021 Administration priorities for Cybersecurity-Update on Executive Order 14028, NSM-5 (ICS Initiative), Cybersecurity Performance Goals
30 Sep 2021 Welcome Back NCAC Happy Hour September 30th
24 Aug 2021 The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2 - Various Viewpoints
22 Jul 2021 Support for a Carbon Price from the Grassroots
8 Jul 2021 Cybersecurity Risk Questions to Ask
16 Jun 2021 Transportation of Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen and its Potential Regulation—The Forgotten Issue
20 Apr 2021 2021 Annual Energy Policy Conference: Uncharted Trajectories [Virtual]
2 Mar 2021 Demystifying Environmental Credits
17 Feb 2021 The Role of Circular Carbon Economy
10 Feb 2021 Virtual Annual Dinner with Mark Mills & Peri Ulrey
13 Jan 2021 Moody's - Uncertain Future Demand Heightens Business and Credit Risks for Oil & Gas Industry
7 Jan 2021 !Happy Hour! - Meet the NCAC-USAEE Board
2 Dec 2020 BP's View of Peak Oil Demand
10 Nov 2020 How will Biden's Election Impact US Energy Policy?
15 Oct 2020 First Hand Insights on Decarbonizing a Utility
23 Sep 2020 Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage
25 Aug 2020 Hydrogen: Hype or a Glide Path to Decarbonizing Natural Gas?
14 Jul 2020 Colorado’s Energy Transition and State Policy within Evolving Western Grid
16 Jun 2020 Competitive Power Markets: Challenges and Opportunities
Lisa Viscidi, Ongoing challenges to Venezuela's Energy Sector, July 2020
Tom Russo, Hype or a Glide Path to Decarbonizing Natural Gas?, August 2020
Michael Cohen, BP's View of Peak Oil Demand, December 2020
Rob Niven, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
Apoorv Sinha, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
Katherine Hamilton, How will Biden's Election Impact US Energy Policy?, November 2020
Anna Stukas, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
David Givens, NCAC-USAEE President 2019-2020
Roger Kranenburg of Eversource, First Hand Insights on Decarbonizing a Utility, October 2020
Jason Stanek of Public Service Commission of Maryland, Competitive Power Markets: Challenges and Opportunities, June 2020
Craig Glazer of PJM, Competitive Power Markets: Challenges and Opportunities, June 2020
Senator Chris Hansen of Colorado on Colorado's Energy Transition and State Policy within the Evolving Western Grid, July 2020
Jonathan Chanis
Chris Bliley
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, David Givens, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff, Mark Lively Award Recipient, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff, Mark Lively Award Recipient, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff receiving the Mark Lively Service Award, presented by David Givens, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
Joel Yudken, Smithsonian Museum of National History, February 2020
Welcome back happy hour…the fun continues! (photo credit: Natalie Kempkey)- September 2021
Welcome back happy hour! (photo credit: David Givens)- September 2021
Participants at The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Michael Weber, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Michael Ratner, Congressional Research Service, The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Ryan Leirvik, CEO of Grim, Cybersecurity Risk Questions to Ask - July 8, 2021
Danny Richter, Citizens Climate Lobby, Support for a Carbon Price from the Grassroots - July 22, 2021
Rick Smead of RBN Energy, Transportation of Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen and its Potential Regulation—The Forgotten Issue - June 16, 2021
2020-2021 NCAC-USAEE Board event - the Madam Presidents - L to R - Elaine Levin, Rita Beale, Natalie Kempkey - July 22, 2021
Breaking free of covid - THE ONLY in-person NCAC-USAEE Board event of 2020-2021, July 22, 2021
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Aqeel Adenwala, 2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Bret Strogen, Chair 2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Rita Beale, President NCAC-USAEE, Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
Michael Walsh, Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
2021 Annual Dinner - Aqeel Adenwala, NCAC-USAEE Treasurer, February
2021 Annual Dinner - David Givens presenting the Mark Lively Award to Peri Ulrey, February
Elaine Levin, Host of Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
Adam Sieminski, The Role of the Circular Carbon Economy, February 2021
2021 Annual Dinner - Rita Beale, NCAC-USAEE President & Host of the Dinner, February
2021 Annual Dinner - Peri Ulrey, Recipient of the Mark Lively Service Award, February
2021 Annual Dinner - Mark Mills, The Manhattan Institute, "Global Demand for Critical Minerals - Key to the Energy Transition", February
Virtual Happy Hour, Meet the Board, January 2021
Pete Speer, Moody's - Uncertain Future Demand Heightens Business and Credit Risks for Oil & Gas Industry, January 2021
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