Highly populated areas are typically the first areas to see clean transportation options available. Meeting rural transportation needs will be a crucial aspect of the clean transportation sector.
Electrifying rural communities doesn’t stop at the single-occupancy vehicles. Electrifying the types of equipment (such as tractors, forklifts, pick-up trucks) and the other work vehicles will bridge the gap between the rural and urban clean transportation access divide.
We will be joined by panellists Erin Galiger, Program Manager at Forth who will highlight Forth’s e-tractor project. Our guest speakers will discuss strategies to electrify rural communities.