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April 7, 2020, 10:00 AM
At this webinar, our speakers will explore promising models and strategies to make charging a car as easy as parking it. Join Forth Program Manager, Erin Galiger, Michael Samulon, Senior Policy Analyst, Sustainability, Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Sarah Moore, Sustainability Program Manager, City of Berkeley and Jennifer Venema, Sustainability Manager, City of Sacramento, for a highlight on current public charging pilots and programs, the challenges of public charging infrastructure and a vision of the future of public charging and EV adoption.
April 8, 2020, 8:00 AM
In light of COVID-19, we’re going digital for our next CleanTech Breakfast! The event will be held over Zoom, 8-9 Pacific time, and is FREE to all.
April 16, 2020, 2:00 PM
Why this topic?
Developing and installing the infrastructure to charge electric vehicles must go hand in hand with the EV sales to continue the transformation of our transportation system. Lots of progress has been made and lots of opportunities continue to develop
What you’ll learn?
1. Get an up-to-date review of the build out of infrastructure for charging electric vehicles all around Washington.
2. The legislature confirmed funding for WSDOT’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Partnership Program (ZVIPP). Tonia will share past success and ways you can plan for future funding.
3. Electrify America is installing EV infrastructure throughout the nation (https://www.electrifyamerica.com/locate-charger), and the Pacific NW has benefited much from their efforts. Andrew will provide an update on Cycle 1 / Cycle 2 progress and some of what can be shared about Cycle 3 planning.
April 20, 2020, 11:00 AM
From America’s blue water ports to Great Lakes gateways and inland waterways, waterborne commerce plays a key role in domestic and global goods movement. The wide variety of marine workboats and passenger vessels, pilot and service boats serving these ports rely almost exclusively on diesel technology for both propulsion and auxiliary power services.
This webinar will provide participants with a better understanding of the current state of diesel technology for new vessels as well as opportunities available today to repower existing vessels. The latest diesel innovations deliver operational efficiencies to vessel owners and can significantly improve air quality for local communities. Information concerning a variety of programs to provide funding to help replace or repower older vessels such as VW settlement funding and other mechanisms will be discussed.
April 21, 2020, 10:00 AM
Through the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ American Cities Climate Challenge, cities are doubling down on their efforts to increase their focus on newer strategies like transportation electrification.
Erin Galiger, Program Manager at Forth, Mike Salisbury, Transportation Energy Lead at the City of Denver and Carla Walker, Climate Advisor, City of Cincinnati at Natural Resources Defense Council will highlight the unique roles cities play in advancing transportation electrification.