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Identifying Key Growth Opportunities for Electrification of Transportation

Many states across the US have taken a proactive approach to address climate change despite federal pushback against clean power. California recently joined the growing list of states and regions that are committing to carbon neutrality and becoming 100% green with the recent passing of SB100. Reaching these goals is an ambitious task on many fronts. Regardless, there is a growing positive sentiment and a sense of urgency to embrace electrification of transportation (EoT) coming from the consumer and electric grid sides.
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Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, Naren Pasupalati, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
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