DMCC organizes and facilitates invitation-only listening sessions as needed throughout the year.
These discussion-based meetings allow our coalition stakeholders to identify gaps and barriers that are hindering advancement of alternative fuels and technologies that they are using.
The insights gained from these discussions are synthesized, anonymized, and condensed before being presented to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for analysis. The DOE uses this information to identify key issues that restrict deployment of alternative fuels and can design funding opportunities and policy regulations aimed at the successful deployment of advanced technologies and fuels across the U.S.
DMCC’s Listening Sessions are a peer-to-peer opportunity for industry experts to come together to discuss and identify key barriers to technology deployment and setbacks to proliferation of alternative fuels in Colorado.
Listening sessions identify critical research needs that cover a variety of fuels and technology topics. The primary purpose of these open conversations is to improve vehicle and infrastructure performance and usability.
Our coalition stakeholders have years of practical real-world field experience with alternative fuels and other advanced vehicle technologies, so they know what has worked well and what not so well.
Description of Project
This project completes the following tasks:
Past topics include: