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February 28, 2019, 8:45 AM - 12:00 PM @ Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
February 26, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
E-bikes have enormous potential, and they are an efficient and sustainable way of transport. Are E-bikes the future of delivery? Can fleets reduce GHG emissions, improve employee satisfaction, save costs, and still meet operational requirements? This West Coast Electric Fleets webinar on E-Bikes will explore these question in detail. We will hear the perspectives of two presenters:
1. Tom Madrecki, Director of Urban Innovation and Mobility, UPS. He will discuss what’s needed to enable zero-emissions, human-scaled cycle logistics, as well as what his company has learned from more than 30 pilot projects around the world with city government partners.
2. Liz Ferris, Corporate Climate Action Coordinator from Capital Regional District. She will share results of the CRD’s zero-emissions fleet initiative electric bicycle ‘e-bike’ pilot, which reduced GHG emissions 99% when compared to a typical car in the CRD fleet, while reducing operating and capital costs
February 27, 2019, All Day
February 27, 2019, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
he Pacific Northwest region is moving toward a zero-emission transportation future. How will all of our cars and trucks charge up on electricity?
Join King County and Western Washington Clean Cities for an in-depth look at today's available electric vehicle charging equipment. A variety of charging equipment companies will be participating, allowing attendees to learn more how charging equipment works, the siting conditions required to construct a charging station, and what makes each set-up unique.
February 27, 2019, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
In 2017, The City of Seattle released the Implementation Strategy of the Drive Clean Seattle Initiative, an initiative to reduce the city’s carbon emissions. The report provided a racial equity analysis and provided a toolkit to develop projects that bring clean mobility options to all Seattle communities.