5-7pm | Speakers this year will be California Air Resources Chair Mary Nichols, and Chair of the California Energy Commission David Hochschild, two dynamic leaders at the forefront of shaping California’s energy and air quality policies. They expect to have more than 150 elected officials, environmental leaders, policy makers and advocates joining.
The Presiding Member of the Clean Transportation Program Policy Committee and staff of the CEC plan to host a public meeting of the Advisory Committee for the Clean Transportation Program (formerly the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program). The meeting is expected to be held in Sacramento at the CEC’s headquarters.
An official public meeting notice, including information on how to participate remotely, will be released at least 10 days prior to the meeting.
March 5-6 | The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) will return to Sacramento for its seventh California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit. Taking place at the at the CalEPA Headquarters in downtown Sacramento, this signature event of the CHBC continues a dialogue between government agencies and businesses to address opportunities and challenges in key environmental, business and market areas.
On March 4, 2020, the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) will host its Member Day Meetings!
Join GO-Biz and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) in Los Angeles on March 10th in person or via webinar to discuss ZEV permit streamlining. We will have experts from across the field to discuss electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling stations, working with utilities, permitting best practices, funding opportunities and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance. If you want your city or county to streamline their permitting, this workshop is for you.
March 9-13 | Join Executive Director Bill Elrick at the 2020 CERAWeek. The world's premier energy conference. The energy conference is dedicated to the exchange of ideas on emerging technologies and solutions to the world's greatest energy challenges. It is a forum to learn and connect, featuring exciting programs and formats designed to facilitate meaningful dialogue, relationships, and new thinking.
Join CaFCP staff at the 2020 Coolest in LA Gala hosted by Climate Resolve is taking place this year at the LAFC Banc of California Stadium. This year’s event is going to be a big one—Climate Resolve is celebrating 10 years of impact! Come enjoy an evening with regional leaders and doers in the LA climate solutions community.
March 23–24 | The CARB Symposium and Showcase will bring together transportation leaders, stakeholders, and project implementers to share lessons learned and identify innovative ways to reach the state’s goals of transportation equity and technology transformation.
March 24–25 | The fourth Annual 3 Revolutions Policy Conference will take place March 24-25, 2020 with a cross-cutting theme of Climate and Equity. This event will leverage the success of the past three 3 Revolutions Policy Conferences; aiming to dive deeper in identifying solutions for how the 3 Revolutions in transportation (sharing, electrification, and automation) can achieve equitable climate solutions.