What must happen over the next five years to ensure California meets its EV infrastructure and adoption goals? What are CARB’s top considerations for appropriate LCFS and general carbon targets?
What role will renewable natural gas (RNG) play in the California LCFS programme? How are they incentivising the market so that it is used more in transport fuels?
Looking to Washington’s LCFS program, what are the most important first steps as the program launches in January? How will this impact biofuels demand along the USWC?
Why was Oregon able to pursue such an aggressive increase in targets between 2030 and 2035? What might we see next for the program
How close is the BC LCFS to achieving its goal of reducing five million tonnes of greenhouse emissions?
Joel Creswell, Climate Policy Section Manager, Washington Department of Ecology
Cory Ann Wind, Oregon Clean Fuels Program Manager, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Rajinder Sahota, Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board
Michael Rensing, Executive Director, Low Carbon Fuels Branch, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Low Carbon Innovation
Elliott Blackburn, Senior Reporter, Argus