AGENDA AT A GLANCE

Sunday February 9 (at the Westin Georgetown Hotel)

3:30-6:30              Registration Open

6:00-9:30              Informal Gathering at Westin Georgetown Hotel (No Host Bar)

Monday February 10

6:45-8:15              Registration and Continental Breakfast at the Westin Georgetown Hotel

8:30-8:45              Welcome and Opening Remarks

Alleyn Harned, President, Transportation Energy Partners (Virginia Clean Cities)

8:45-9:30              Roundtable with DOE Transportation Leadership

Michael Berube, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Sustainable Transportation, US Department of Energy

9:30-10:30            Clean Transportation Policy Accomplishments in 2019 and Congressional Outlook for 2020

Genevieve Cullen, President, Electric Drive Transportation Association
Daniel Gage, President, NGVAmerica
David Cobb, Director of Federal Affairs, National Biodiesel Board
Jacob Peterson, Manager, State Engagement, National Propane Gas Association
Moderator: Phillip Wiedmeyer, Chairman, Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition (TEP Board)

10:30-10:45          NETWORKING BREAK

10:45-11:15          Preparing for Capitol Hill Day

Ken Brown, Executive Director, Transportation Energy Partners

11:30-12:30          BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

The Importance of an “All of the Above” Clean Transportation Approach
Chelsea Jenkins, Roush CleanTech
Cassie Powers, Managing Director Programs, National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)
Patrick Arness, Director of Government Relations, Edison Electric Institute (Invited)

How to Advance Clean Vehicles and Create American Jobs
Sam Spofforth, Executive Director, Clean Fuels Ohio

12:30-1:30            LUNCH

1:30-2:30              Outlook for the Alternative Fuels Industries: Roundtable of Clean Transportation Industry Leaders

Todd Mouw, President, President, Roush CleanTech
Lindsay Fitzgerald, Director of Government Affairs, Renewable Energy Group (REG)
Annie Gilleo, Manager, Policy and Market Development, Greenlots
Keith Dickerson, Director of Transformative Technology, Black & Veatch
Moderator: Kimberly Taylor, Director of Member Services, Calstart (TEP Board)

Robert Woloszynek, Chief Engineer, Polymer Science and Technology, Goodyear

John Thornton, President, CleanFuture, Inc.

2:30-2:50               New Strategies for Incentivizing Clean Fuels and Vehicles

2:50-3:00               Cities Expand Use of Innovative Petroleum Reduction Technologies

3:00-3:30               NETWORKING BREAK

3:30-4:30               BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

Clean Cities Competitive Grants: Innovative Partnerships Advancing Clean Transportation
Sam Spofforth, Executive Director, Clean Fuels Ohio
Alleyn Harned, Executive Director, Virginia Clean Cities
Tammie Bostick, Executive Director, Utah Clean Cities

Partnering with Utilities to Advance Clean Fuels and Vehicles
Maria Haberman, Director of Government Affairs, American Electric Power
Lincoln Wood, Electrification Policy Manager, Southern Company
Dominion Energy (Invited)

4:30-5:00               Summit Day One Wrap-up

5:30-7:30               Salute to Clean Cities Reception -- Sponsored by Southern Company, Neste

Honoring: Phillip Wiedmeyer, Chairman, Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition

Tuesday February 11 – Capitol Hill Day

7:30-9:00              Capitol Hill Day Breakfast Briefing – Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill

Congressman Frank Pallone (NJ), Chairman, House Energy and Commerce Committee
Introduced by Dayne Delahoussaye, Head of North American Public Affairs, Neste
Moderator: Chuck Feinberg, Executive Director, New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition

9:00-6:00              Meetings with Congressional Offices

Summit participants will participate in a full day of meetings with Congressional offices.

5:30-8:00               Capitol Hill Energy Independence Reception – Sponsored by UPS

UPS Town House, 421 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Hosted by Jim Bruce, Senior Vice President, Corporate Public Affairs, UPS
Featuring Congressman A. Donald McEachin (VA)

Wednesday February 12 – Roundtables with Federal Agencies (At Westin Georgetown)

7:00-8:15               Breakfast and Debrief of Capitol Hill Day Meetings at the Westin Hotel

8:30-9:15               Roundtable with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

Dennis Smith, National Clean Cities Director, U.S. Department of Energy
Mark Smith, Vehicle Technology Integration Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy
Moderator: TBD

9:15-10:00            Roundtable with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Karl Simon, Director, Transportation and Climate Division, US EPA
Moderator: TBD

10:00-10:15          NETWORKING BREAK

10:15-11:00          Roundtable with U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)

Dianne Turchetta, Transportation Specialist, U.S. Department of Transportation
Michael Scarpino, Transportation Project Engineer, U.S. Department of Transportation
Mark Glaze, Air Quality Specialist, U.S. Department of Transportation
Moderator: TBD

11:00-11:45          Roundtable with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Andrew Jermolowicz, Assistant Deputy Administrator for Rural Development, USDA (Invited)
Fred Petok, Energy Program Specialist, USDA (Invited)
Moderator: TBD