Britta Gross is managing director of the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Carbon Free Mobility Global Program, focused on the market-driven strategies, technologies, and policies required to accelerate towards carbon-free mobility solutions. She was formerly the director of advanced vehicle commercialization at General Motors, responsible for the energy strategies, partnerships, and policies required to enable the wide-scale commercialization of battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles. Britta is also currently a commissioner for the Orlando Utility Commission, Orlando, Florida’s electric and water utility. Britta has held numerous board seats, including on the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), MobilityData, Plug in America, the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA), and the Alliance for Transportation Electrification (ATE). She also served as a governor’s appointee on both the Massachusetts Zero Emission Vehicle Commission and the Maryland Electric Vehicle and Infrastructure Commission.