Alejandro Agag, Tony Earley.
“The good news is that we will have quite a number of different powertrains next year; we will have some big names delivering those.”
Formula E head Alejandro Agag on the improved competition in the next season of the electric racing series in which different manufacturers will be allowed to take part.
“This year at PG&E, well over half of our customers’ electricity is from sources that emit no greenhouse gases, including solar, wind, hydro and nuclear plants. That means the clean-air and carbon emissions benefits that EVs can offer are substantial.”
Tony Earley, chairman, CEO and president of PG&E Corp, points out that his customers are driving real green. PG&E itself is increasingly electrifying its own fleet.