Arizona transportation electrification

The inaugural Arizona Transportation Electrification Forum will be held October 29 at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. The forum will bring together the key players in the growing electric-vehicle marketplace, including manufacturers, decision makers, educators, utilities and innovators. We hear more about the forum from former Arizona Corporation Commissioner and current director of the Arizona Department of Administration Andy Tobin and Travis Madsen, who directs the Transportation Program for Southwest Energy Efficiency Projects, one of the organizers of the forum.

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Arizona Corporation Commissioner and current director of the Arizona Department of Administration Andy Tobin and Travis Madsen, who directs the Transportation Program for Southwest Energy Efficiency Projects

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