Governance

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Michigan leads the world in mobility, and the University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center will be an amazing resource for our state as we transition to clean energy. The Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity is excited to partner with the EV Center in our mission to make sure that everyone in our state can benefit from the opportunity for good jobs and economic growth that will result from the adoption of these exciting new technologies.

Jonathan Smith
Senior Chief Deputy Director
Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO)
State of Michigan

Michigan leads the world in mobility, and the University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center will be an amazing resource for our state as we transition to clean energy. The Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity is excited to partner with the EV Center in our mission to make sure that everyone in our state can benefit from the opportunity for good jobs and economic growth that will result from the adoption of these exciting new technologies.

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Michigan leads the world in mobility, and the University of Michigan Electric Vehicle Center will be an amazing resource for our state as we transition to clean energy. LEO is excited to partner with the EV Center in our mission to make sure that everyone in our state can benefit from the opportunity for good jobs and economic growth that will result from the adoption of these exciting new technologies.

Jonathan Smith, Senior Chief Deputy Director
Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO), State of Michigan


Home to an extraordinary concentration of mobility research and development, the EV Center continues Michigan’s leadership in mobility and will help us move to a more sustainable future for transportation.

Steven Ceccio, PhD, Interim Dean, College of Engineering
Vincent T. and Gloria M. Gorguze Professor of Engineering

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