Hawaii Clean Energy DayAugust 28, 9:00am - 6:00pm
Fuller Auditorium at the YWCA Laniakea (1040 Richards Street)
The Hawaii Energy Policy Forum will host its 9th annual Hawaii Clean Energy Day on Monday, August 28.
This year the forum zones in on a significant challenge: "Pathways to Clean Transportation." We'll hear from key Hawaii officials on major initiatives and specific actions; from Portland's Councilor Craig Dirksen on how Portland's leadership moved from vision to action in its transportation system; and from University of Wisconsin's Eric Sundquist on how other jurisdictions measure success.
Together participants and panelists will collaborate on vision to action for Hawaii - what a clean transportation future in the islands looks like and the actionable steps we need to take to make that vision a reality. Our goal is to end the day with a clear pathway/s/ forward to a sustainable future that considers the complex intersections between transportation and energy for all of Hawaii.
For more information, including links to our program, biographies and photographs of featured speakers, and a link to our online registration, etc., visit http://bit.ly/2vydCdY
Sponsored by Department of Transportation, Hawaiian Electric Companies, Ulupono Initiative, Hawai’i Natural Energy Institute, Hawai’i Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies ThinkTech Hawai’i, UHM Public Policy Center, Hawai’i Energy Policy Forum (HEPF).
Advanced registration is open until August 23rd at 5:00 pm for this day-long event. On-site registration is available at a higher rate.
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