Electrifying vehicles in ridehailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, is critical to accelerating the EV transition, creating a profitable investment opportunity for building fast-charging infrastructure, and equitably expanding EV charging capacity for all.
Ross McLane is an Associate with the Carbon-Free Mobility program at RMI. As a member of the Mobility team, he researches the acceleration of vehicle electrification in the United States and China.
Prior to RMI, Ross earned his bachelor’s degree in applied physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he was involved in computational astrophysics research.
Education & Awards
B.S., Applied Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology