Maya WolfPrincipal, Clean Energy Transportation
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
Maya is motivated by California’s vision of equitably transitioning to a zero carbon future for transportation. Her work focuses on how PG&E can invest in its communities to enable an equitable, affordable, decarbonized and resilient state with 3M EVs connected to the grid by 2035. Maya has developed utility programs to deploy EV chargers and support resiliency for electrified transportation. She interfaces closely with regulatory agencies to align regulation with the State's EV goals. Maya also touches on vehicle-to-grid integration, grid capacity planning and utility tariffs, among other things.
Maya has held previous roles at the utility in Power Generation, Resource Adequacy, and Emergency Temporary Generation. She received her BA from Reed College and her MBA from Cornell University. She lives in Berkeley, CA and when not working on transportation electrification, rides her (non-electrified) bikes often.
Capitalizing on Utility Incentives — Thu, March 30, 2023
Funding for charging comes from various sources. Utilities offer incentives, rebates and grants for transportation electrification. Certain utilities offer new and used EV rebates, home charging rebates and commercial rebates. Join us for this insightful session to learn how policy shifts alter incentives and rebates.