Eric Seilo joined Southern California Edison in 2011 and is currently a Project Manager in the Air and Climate group focused on Transportation Electrification policy and investment strategy. His role is centered on advancing the utility’s role in accelerating transportation electrification through developing charging infrastructure deployment strategies, facilitating programs to incentivize greater EV adoption, and influencing emerging state regulatory policies related to TE.
Most recently, Eric led SCE’s half-billion dollar proposal to electrify medium-duty, heavy-duty and non-road goods movement vehicles across Southern California. Eric began working on TE issues in 2013 analyzing TE market potential that eventually lead to helping develop the Charge Ready Program – a proposal to install up to 30,000 charging stations at long-dwell locations throughout SCE territory. Eric also helped design and develop SCE’s Clean Fuel Reward, a program which redistributes revenue from the sale of Low Carbon Fuel Standard credits to owners of electric vehicles.
Eric holds an M.A. from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a B.A. from the University of Southern California.