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President Terravanta Inc

Illary Archilla has over 14 yrs of project management experience and 8+ years of working int he electric utility industry. Illary has held positions in a number of different areas , from...

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A unique coallition, Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA), was formed between  #Technology#Automotive#Utility Companies to accelerate #EV adoption with the intention to focus on incentives, standards, infrastructure, manufacturing and federal collaboration.  

These Coallition will  contribute to California's leading  goals of zero-emmmission's mandate by 2035 and its GHG emission reduction goals by 2030 and 2050 by providing public education in all aspects of this new elecrification era.

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Matt Chester on Nov 19, 2020

Shoutout to the utility partners of this initiative-- ConEd, Duke Energy, PG&E, Southern Company, SRP..great to see the geographically diverse coverage of these power providers who are on board. True change needs to happen across the country and not just regionally. 

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Illary Archilla on Nov 19, 2020

Edison International joined this effort as well. I am also looking forward to seeing all positive economical, social and environmental impacts.

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Matt Chester on Nov 20, 2020

Ah of course, my apologies for missing them in my quick listing of the utilities. Not only geographically diverse, but also representing a significant portion of Americans in their coverage areas!

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