Net-Zero Drive Across Colorado - How we Transform Transportation
Zero Energy Communities rely on transportation that provides mobility without carbon pollution. Multiple alternatives are being developed to make clean transportation happen sooner rather than a distant dream. Learn what changes are transpiring, and the good, better and best contestants in the race for sustainable alternatives.
Come for lunch and a mini program OR lunch including the mini program, and the full workshop. Either way you will have the opportunity to shape community perspectives - and your own.
12-1pm: Catered lunch by Serendipity Catering and program, with opening remarks by Governor Richard Lamm
12pm: Five Short Presentations on Transportation
-Alternative Transportation Steve Stevens
-Hydraulic Hybrid Regenerative Braking Dan Bennett
-Swift Tram: Advanced Automated Rapid Transit Becky English
-Transit Oriented Communities John Prosser
-Owning an Electric Vehicle Robert Welch
2-5pm: Moderated Panel: Alternative Vehicle Fuels
Moderator: Skip Spensley
Panelist #1 - Electric Amy Lucia Prieto, Ph.D., Colorado State Univ.
Panelist #2 - Hydrogen Jack Paterson, Colorado Hydrogen Coalition
Panelist #3 - Biofuel NREL
Panelist #4 Natural Gas Tyler Svitak
Panelist #5 - Wes Maurer Colorado Energy Office
Panelist #6 Will Toor - SWEEP
5-6pm: Wine and cheese networking; Book Signing: A Guide for Developing Zero Energy Communities, AuthorHouse, John Whitcomb, 204-pg, ($45).
For more information, please call 303-513-4684.
The Alliance Center (View)
1536 Wynkoop St., First Floor
Denver, CO 80202
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|Dog Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|