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CWCC and WWCC Sessions at the Green Transportation Summit and Expo

Updated: Jul 8





The Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition (CWCC) and Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition (WWCC) are excited to showcase our sessions at the upcoming Green Transportation Summit and Expo. These sessions highlight our ongoing efforts and successes in promoting clean transportation and sustainable practices.


1. People of Color In Green Spaces Panel

  • Date & Time: Tuesday, August 20th, 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

  • Description: Hosted by WWCC, this panel features influential sustainability-focused People of Color in Green Spaces (POCIGS). Learn from their experiences and insights.🔗 Learn more about POCIGS


2. EMPOWER Workplace Charging Recognition Awards

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, August 21st, 12:30 PM – 12:45 PM

  • Description: Celebrate the success of companies participating in the EMPOWER Workplace Charging Project for their exceptional workplace charging installations and sustainability leadership.


3. Electrifying Fleets: Lessons from the Frontline of Implementation

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, August 21st, 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

  • Description: Learn from CWCC experts about effectively transitioning to fleet electrification, covering infrastructure, utility coordination, and leveraging incentives.

  • Speaker: Michael Graham, Deputy Director, Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition


4. Expanding Access to Electric Vehicles: Insights and Future Directions from the Washington WAEV Program

  • Date & Time: Thursday, August 22nd, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

  • Description: Highlighting projects funded by the Washington WAEV Program, best practices from the first round of funding, and future opportunities.

  • Speaker: Spencer Bienstock, Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition


5. Charge At Your Workplace

  • Date & Time: Thursday, August 22nd, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

  • Description: Discover the benefits and strategies for implementing workplace charging infrastructure, featuring successful case studies and the innovative EMPOWER Workplace Charging initiative.

  • Speakers: Grace Andrews, Project Coordinator, CWCC; John Anderson, Director of EV Programs Research, Center for Sustainable Energy

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