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Charging Up EV Infrastructure Deployment and Clean Tech Supply Chains

BPC and Online
1225 I Street Northwest
Suite #1000
Washington, DC
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U.S. manufacturing is thriving due to increased demand for domestically produced clean energy and electrification technologies. Join the Bipartisan Policy Center for a fireside chat with Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) on reshoring supply chains for clean tech production and America’s advanced manufacturing renaissance.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) will provide an address on the benefits Tennessee is experiencing from capital investments for electric vehicle (EV) and battery projects, and then leaders from the Department of Transportation, Ford Motor Company, Siemens North America, and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association will discuss the progress made to scale up EV charging and related infrastructure and what more is needed to unlock the economic, jobs, and climate benefits of this growing segment of the clean tech and electrical manufacturing market.

A breakfast reception will follow the event.

Featured Speakers

Keynote Fireside Chat

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC)

Video Remarks

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)

Introductory Remarks

Debra Phillips | President and CEO, National Electrical Manufacturers Association


Evan Belser | Managing Counsel and Policy Strategist, Ford Motor Company

Scott Goldstein | Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, Department of Transportation

Barry Powell | Head of Siemens Electrical Products, North America


Lesley Jantarasami | Managing Director of the Energy Program, BPC

Sasha Mackler | Executive Director of the Energy Program, BPC


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