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- Jonathan Levy Jonathan Levy is Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at EVgo, the nation’s largest public network of fast chargers for electric vehicles.
- Angela Navarro Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Virginia
- Eric Campbell Energy Program Manager Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE), Government of the District of Columbia.
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