Fri, March 22, 2024   |   3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

The Future of Infrastructure: The Electrified, Interconnected Interstate

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Freight infrastructure, including road transport, is the lifeblood of the United States economy and a subset of critical infrastructure. Early-stage electrification plans and proposed market solutions for essential and heavily trafficked domestic freight corridors in the United States have a long way to go. Regional planning efforts need to be coordinated to ensure that a unified, right-sized network is created. 

INF and its partner ecosystem are redefining what the future of an electrified, interconnected interstate can look like. Their plans for zero-emission charging infrastructure for medium and heavy-duty trucking will enable widespread adoption by producing the greatest co-benefits for road transport stakeholders. Enter the “Evergreen Charging System,” a win for investors, utilities, the freight industry, and the planet. 

Join this panel with INF Associates and Prologis to learn:

  • How the “Evergreen Charging System” addresses pain points of infrastructure costs, reliability, total cost of ownership, permitting and interconnection timelines, disaster resilience, national security, and more.
  • How policy, development, and supply chains/third-party logistics/real estate/energy solutions can work together toward a sustainable future for medium- and heavy-duty transportation decarbonization.
  • Learn how partnership is the new leadership and how collaboration of research, data, and development leads to the best and most rapidly deployable solution.
  • Learn from INF Associates how the US is developing a National Freight Strategy for the Electrification of Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicles 
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SPEAKERS

Matthew Kavanagh
INF Associates
Matthew Kavanagh
Chief Operating Officer
INF Associates
Ramya Winstead
Prologis Mobility
Ramya Winstead
Director of Product
Prologis Mobility



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