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Program Officer, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

Jasmine McAdams is a Program Officer at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Her portfolio of work includes carbon capture, utilization and storage, and electric vehicles. 

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  • Nov 17, 2020

Check out coverage of the recent commercial fleet electrification panel at NARUC's recent Annual Meeting! Panelists from Ceres, Amazon and Southern California Edison provided insights to the regulatory community on the challenges we need to overcome to make commercial fleet electrification a reality. 

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Matt Chester on Nov 17, 2020

Really interesting, thanks for sharing Jasmine. Can you share what the potential role for NARUC is going to be amid this transportation electrification process? I'm curious to learn where various responsibilities and roles will rest among the many stakeholders in this transformative process 

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