Join us for an exclusive AMA – Ask Me Anything – with Rewiring America co-founder and Chief Scientist Saul Griffith.
Far more than a non-profit, Rewiring America is leading the charge in transforming our homes, businesses, and communities through electrification. Their impactful work includes developing accessible data and tools, fostering coalitions, and driving consumer outreach campaigns, like connecting households to US Inflation Reduction Act benefits for electric transitions.
Rewiring America aspires to ensure every U.S. household operates on efficient, clean, renewable energy by 2050, a vision that will create 25 million new jobs and generate significant annual savings for households.
This webinar will take questions directly from the audience with an aim to learn about Rewiring America’s momentum and policy wins. Attendees are encouraged to send questions in advance to using this form. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the conversation, register now for the Rewiring America AMA.
Moe Kabbara is an experienced energy and climate professional with close to a decade of experience working at the intersection of technology, policy, and markets. Moe brings expertise in the areas of transportation electrification, renewable energy, energy storage, and energy efficiency. He is also a sought-after voice on zero-emission vehicle supply chain issues and has spearheaded the establishment of Accelerate, Canada’s zero-emission vehicle supply chain alliance, bringing together private and public sector players to leverage Canada’s opportunity in global ZEV manufacturing.
Prior to joining the Accelerator, Moe was a Managing Consultant at Dunsky Energy + Climate. He was also a Senior Investment Officer at the Department of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada. Moe also was the co-founder and CEO of a thermal energy storage start-up in Atlantic Canada.
Saul Griffith is an engineer and inventor. As Founder and Chief Scientist at Otherlab, an independent R&D lab, he helps government agencies and Fortune 500 companies understand energy infrastructure and deep decarbonization. He’s been a principal investigator and project lead on federally-funded research projects for agencies including NASA, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy (ARPA-e), National Science Foundation and United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). He is the author of Electrify and The Big Switch. He was awarded the MacArthur “Genius Grant” in 2007.