Panel Kleinman Center Event

EVs at Penn: Possibilities for Our Campus

Speakers

Rob Graff
Office of Energy and Climate Change Initiatives, DVRPC
Emily Ying Shaw
Graduate Sustainability Intern, Penn Sustainability
Franca Trubiano
Associate Professor of Architecture, Weitzman School of Design

Moderator

Oscar Serpell
Associate Director of Academic Programming, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy

Virtual event

Penn and regional experts to discuss EV ownership and explore options available at a university like Penn.

Event Summary

Penn and regional experts discuss EV ownership and explore the ways that Penn can support a transition to electrified vehicles by students, staff, and faculty. The webinar seeks to attract an engaged and inquisitive audience of Penn community members who are interested in learning more about electric vehicle ownership and explore options available at a university like ours.

The event will be structured as a series of short presentations followed by audience Q&A and panel discussion and will cover EV ownership basics (cost, credits, etc.), EV access, EV policies, campus EV adoption, and the university’s efforts to promote EV adoption.


This event is a part of Climate Week at Penn.


speaker

Rob Graff

Former Manager, Office of Energy and Climate Change Initiatives, DVRPC
Rob Graff was, until recently, the Manager of the Office of Energy and Climate Change Initiatives at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission.
Emily Ying Shaw
speaker

Emily Ying Shaw

Graduate Sustainability Intern, Penn Sustainability
Emily Ying Shaw is a graduate sustainability intern at Penn Sustainability and a master’s of architecture student at the Weitzman School of Design.
speaker

Franca Trubiano

Associate Professor of Architecture
Franca Trubiano is Associate Professor of Graduate Architecture and a Registered Architect with l’Ordre des Architectes du Québec.
moderator

Oscar Serpell

Associate Director of Academic Programming
Oscar Serpell oversees student engagement activities, new student programming, and alumni connections. He also participates in several key research projects at the center and also writes blog posts and policy digests on timely energy policy topics.