Written by Diana Chou Friday, 17 January 2014 20:20
2014 California Adaptation Conference
August 19 - 20
Location: Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel, Sacramento
The first statewide conference on adaptation — the 2014 California Adaptation Forum — will be held in mid-August in Sacramento. The August 19-20 event is being planned by a statewide steering committee. See the web site: http://www.californiaadaptationforum.org/.
Written by Diana Chou Friday, 17 January 2014 19:55
Climate Adaptation Workshop - The California Natural Resources Agency
Monday January 27th, 10:00 am to 3:00pm
Location: State Building, 455 Golden Gate, San Francisco (Civic Center)
The California Natural Resources Agency will hold a workshop in San Francisco to take comments on their draft plan "Safeguarding California." See the draft plan and more info: http://resources.ca.gov/climate_adaptation/
Written by Rafael Reyes Monday, 30 December 2013 21:29
International Living Future Institute Hosts Net Positive Energy + Water Conference
San Francisco - Feb. 4 – 5
Net Zero Energy and Net Zero Water buildings have rapidly captured the public imagination, and are transforming expectations for the pace of change in the built environment. The Living Building Challenge™ expands Net Zero concepts in ways that look far into the future, consider the endgame and shape our efforts to create productive, thriving communities.
The International Living Future Institute’s Net Positive Energy + Water Conference will share the latest in zero energy and water ideas, technologies and applications—all presented by a select group of leading-edge experts from around the world. Register Today.
Written by Alison Erlenbach Wednesday, 30 October 2013 23:32
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure and Energy Management Workshop - SEEDZ (Smart Energy Enterprise Development)
Wednesday November 6th, 10:00 am until 2:30pm
Location: Juniper Networks Campus in Sunnyvale
Click here for more detailed information on the workshop, presentations, and to register.
Presenters include leading local EV, energy, and customer-side experts from ChargePoint, GridScape, Google, SAP Labs, Green Charge Networks, PG&E, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, the Moffett Park Business Group and others. The workshop will present and discuss local trends and issues associated with enterprise deployment of PEV charging infrastructure, and will focus on the emerging needs and opportunities for managing this major new source of demand for electricity – at a customer level, and at a grid level.
Locally, energy use from EV charging is becoming material for hosting organizations, and for the electric grid as a whole. More broadly, PEVs represent a new ‘Distributed Energy Resource’ – a potentially flexible source of both demand and supply for electric power.
Agenda & registration: http://www.jointventure.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1016&Itemid=665
Written by BACC Editor Tuesday, 15 October 2013 22:19
With fast-changing technology changing the market towards more efficient street lighting, the California Lighting Technology Center at UC Davis and Bay Area Climate Collaborative are hosting a pair of workshops to help local governments move to action to reduce their energy use and realize significant cost savings.
On November 20th, this in-depth workshop will focus on strategies for successful streetlight project deployments, including financing options, effectively engaging stakeholders, considerations for product purchases, and a round-table discussion on best practices for timely action. We encourage public works staff, transportation directors and engineers, and sustainability leaders to participate free of charge.
Please Save the Date!
Next-Generation Streetlights: Strategies for Successful Deployment
November 20, 2013 10:00 am – 4:00 pm PST
City Hall of Redwood City
- Bay Area Climate Collaborative and Bank of America Partnership Supporting Clean Energy Economy
- Bay Area Mayors Gear Up to Launch "EV Week 2013" to Spur EV Adoption Sept 23 – 27
- Sept 5: Smart Schools Symposium to Improve Efficiency and Performance of K-12 Facilities
- East Bay Green Corridor & Sungevity to announce streamlined permitting
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