The world’s cars are going electric, but not fast enough.
A movement is needed and Veloz aims to create it. Barriers exist and Veloz intends to overcome them. And Veloz can do it because we are assembling the best, brightest and most powerful players in the space.
Veloz is a powerhouse and we have the drive to get it done.
Veloz is led by a high-powered, diverse and well-networked group of action-leaders from key sectors and Fortune 500 companies, public agencies and nonprofits, uniquely able to accelerate the shift to electric cars.
There is no other organization like it. You don’t want to miss it.
Veloz has its finger on the pulse of the growing trillion-dollar global market for electric cars.
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On Sept. 23, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newson signed an executive order to have 100% of new in-state passenger car and truck sales be electric by 2035.
With unmatched expertise behind California’s first multistakeholder large-scale electric car awareness campaign, Veloz is positioned perfectly to accelerate the shift to electric cars in California.
Growing demand will lead to more makes, models and charging stations – all of which are critical to the success of California’s electric car market.
The world needs electric for all. But making the big shift to electric cars is not simple or easy. Through public-private collaboration, public engagement and policy education innovation, these powerhouse individuals aim to start a movement that inspires, educates and empowers Californians to buy electric cars.
Be a part of the movement. Break down barriers.
Veloz values racial equity, diversity and inclusion. Our membership and leadership reflect strongly-held principles around diversity of perspective, background and sector. We are committed to be an inclusive and transparent organization.
The public policy board is appointed by the board of directors and lends policy guidance and support to the board. The non-voting advisory board is comprised of representatives who serve or have served in state or local government or quasi-government organizations.