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Regulatory Updates and Funding Opportunities in EV Infrastructure

Are you curious about the future of electric vehicles (EVs) and how you can be part of it? Join our webinar to gain insights on the latest Regulatory Updates & Funding Opportunities in EV Infrastructure.

Virtual Training

In collaboration with the CalAsian Chamber of Commerce, the second session of the training series will discuss California’s EV infrastructure regulatory updates. Insights from CARB, the Energy Commission, and Rogers Joseph O’Donnell will be featured, focusing on regulatory futures and DBE funding opportunities in the EV sector.

About the Instructors

Anna Scodel
Anna Scodel, Staff Air Pollution Specialist (California Air Resources Board)

Anna Scodel is a Staff Air Pollution Specialist in the Zero-Emission Vehicle Regulation Section at the California Air Resources Board (CARB). In her over seven years at CARB, Anna has worked on variety of climate and air quality programs including freight transport, community air protection, climate investments, and light-duty vehicle regulations. Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and sociology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree in public policy from UC Berkeley.

Andrew Martinez
Andrew Martinez, Zero Emission Infrastructure Specialist (California Air Resources Board)

Andrew Martinez is a senior advisor on zero emission infrastructure at the California Air Resources Board. In this role, Andrew focuses on collaborative efforts with other State government agencies, local agencies, the federal government, and other private and public stakeholders to ensure that electric charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure will not present a barrier to the state’s zero-emission vehicle and equipment deployment goals. Andrew has been with the California Air Resources Board for ten years and previously supervised the light-duty zero-emission infrastructure section. Before that, Andrew was CARB’s hydrogen program expert, focused on analysis and reporting of the state’s growing light-duty hydrogen fueling network and fuel cell electric vehicle population. Andrew holds a PhD and MS in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from UC Irvine and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech.

Jon-Erik Magnus
Jon-Erik Magnus, Attorney (Rogers Joseph O'Donnell)

Mr. Magnus represents a wide variety of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to small family businesses, in all aspects of environmental and regulatory matters throughout California and Washington. This work includes litigation, agency negotiations, and administrative proceedings.  He also assists clients with zoning complaints, construction disputes and litigation as well as providing counsel in connection with storm water compliance and the defense of Clean Water Act citizen suits.

Phil Cazel
Phil Cazel, Air Pollution Specialist (California Energy Commission )

Phil Cazel is an Air Pollution Specialist in the Passenger Electric Vehicles Technologies and Infrastructure Branch at the CEC. He has been with the CEC for 12 years, has managed early commercial hydrogen refueling station projects, and currently manages the Communities in Charge electric vehicle charging infrastructure project. The Communities in Charge project will offer up to $250 million in rebate incentives for electric vehicle charger installations throughout California.

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