COLORADO EV INFRASTRUCTURE HAPPY HOUR
Learn all about EV-ready building codes and how to facilitate the process of adopting charging infrastructure into your commercial and/or multi-family building with Matt Frommer from SWEEP in this interactive webinar. We will hear from Brad Smith, Fort Collins Energy Code Compliance Specialist; Katrina Managan, Denver Office of Climate Action, Sustainability, Resiliency; Jess Hoover, Climate Action Director, High Country Conservation Center (Summit County).
Part 2 of the Hydrogen webinar series. View this webinar to find out how the Colorado Hydrogen Network is working to make Colorado a key player in driving the Energy Transition. A lot is happening now with hydrogen around the world, in the US and in the Western States. Hosted in collaboration with the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association, and the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory.
Grab your favorite cup ‘o joe, tea, or favorite morning beverage and join us and Colorado Corn for an informative 30 minutes. During this half n’ half session you can expect a quick background on biofuels, their benefits and future uses, what retailers and fleets can do know to harness this option and potential grant opportunities for fleets and retailers. Stay an extra ten minutes for the bonus cup – a ten minute tour of an ethanol plant.
The EV WATTS project team is collecting real-world use data from plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) and charging stations. Researchers then validate, analyze, and summarize the data, which can be used to inform future research, development, and deployment. Watch this to hear from our project partners, Energetics and Clean Fuels Ohio. Also learn how to participate in the project and to address any concerns you have about sharing your fleet data.
Part 3 of the Hydrogen webinar series with the Colorado Hydrogen Network. It’s easy to think of hydrogen as a substitute for petroleum. But petroleum is both an energy source and carrier and can be easily stored. Watch this webinar to learn the role of each, describe this new energy paradigm, and compare the trade-offs between transportation costs and conversion losses. Hosted in collaboration with the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association, and the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory.