About
About

Mobility Impact Partners hosts a series of debates on the future of mobility to promote intellectual, public discourse around important issues associated with the revolution in transportation. Our format is an Oxford-style debate with protagonists who take opposing sides of an argument, and an expert panel that poses questions to clarify their positions. We seek to improve our collective understanding of topics critical to our future.

Mobility Impact Partners hosts a series of debates on the future of mobility to promote intellectual, public discourse around important issues associated with the revolution in transportation. Our format is an Oxford-style debate with protagonists who take opposing sides of an argument, and an expert panel that poses questions to clarify their positions. We seek to improve our collective understanding of topics critical to our future.

Press
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"Fleet fuel experts in diesel, battery-electric, and hydrogen fuel cells make their cases for trucking’s future primary source of power. Even as diesel trucks become more efficient, climate concerns and costs push trucking closer to zero-emissions goals."
-Josh Fisher (FleetOwner.com)
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"The warming Arctic is leading to cold snaps in the faraway subtropics of East Asia, disrupting plant growth, crop harvests and human social and economic life, according to a study from the University of Zurich."
-Sharon Udasin & Saul Elbein (The Hill)
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"Which engine technology – diesel, battery-electric, or hydrogen-fuel-cell – will dominate longhaul trucking in 2030? That was the question behind a spirited debate hosted by Mobility Impact Partners, and moderated by North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) executive director Mike Roeth."
-James Menzies (trucknews.com)
Past Partners

EPRI

Calstart

NACFE

UC Davis

CoMotion

Credit Suisse

Brattle Group

BloombergNEF

Carnegie Mellon

Bain & Company

Autotech Council

Diesel Tech Forum

Edison Electric Institute

The UC Davis Policy Institute

Contact
phone: +1-212-650-9456
email: info@mobilityimpact.partners
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