Securing America's Future Energy

Driving Efficiencies: Fuel economy review, autonomy and energy security

Tuesday, April 10


The Willard Hotel, Nest Room

The Trump Administration is nearing the deadline for a decision on fuel economy standards through MY2025, and must reconcile the needs of the auto industry, the state of California, American consumers, and the nation’s energy security. SAFE has identified a path forward that meets the interests of all stakeholders by reforming the off-cycle credit program to create an opportunity for automakers to accelerate initial mass deployment while quantifying the fuel efficiency benefits of emerging autonomous vehicle technologies and other advanced driver assist systems. Integrating these technologies into the fuel economy regime, along with extending the timeline of the standards, enables the federal government to save lives, save fuel, and create the regulatory certainty that automakers need to achieve fuel efficiency goals. Join us for this exciting conversation.

Expert Panel:

Admiral Dennis Blair (Ret.)
Former Director of National Intelligence and former Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Command
Energy Security Leadership Council, SAFE

Tom Darlington
President, Air Improvement Resource

Gene Gurevich
Director of Policy and Government Affairs, Mobileye


Robbie Diamond
President and CEO, SAFE

Opening Remarks:

Amitai Bin-Nun
Vice President, Autonomous Vehicles and Mobility Innovation, SAFE

To join us for this important briefing, please click here to RSVP.

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