CERAWeek by S&P Global
Sunny Elebua is Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer at Exelon.
This issue, we turn the spotlight on Exelon, the nations' largest energy delivery company, Amazon Web Services, the world's most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud, and EDP Renewables, the fourth largest producer worldwide. It is the second taste brought to you by the PUF team of what was experienced in Houston at CERAWeek by S&P Global.
Enjoy this conversation with Exelon's Sunny Elebua.
PUF's Steve Mitnick: What were your major takeaways from that panel on EV charging?
Sunny Elebua: It was an excellent panel because it allowed us to see how many groups of people in the ecosystem are needed to ensure successful electrification of the transportation sector.
I also am excited about the role of the utility. It's not only because we are going to make investments in capacity expansion to support the high levels of electrification, particularly on the transportation side, but it's also because we have this unique position of being a direct link to the customer and communities we serve.
Our investments need to have the lens of equity, affordability, and making sure no one is left behind. The panel gave us the opportunity to talk about the different pieces of it.
On the panel we have an OEM, we have folks who were involved in managing the customer and infrastructure interface. From an Exelon perspective, we have a lot of opportunities to be impactful here.