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March 2019 Events

  • Apr
    1
    • NON-EBA Event: 2019 EnergyTransition Symposium
      Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 02, 2019 - (07:30 AM - 12:15 PM)
      Grand Hyatt Denver
      1750 Welton St
      Denver, CO 80202

      The 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium 2019 is the 8th annual event co-hosted by the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (Collaboratory) — a unique and successful energy research partnership between University of Colorado, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
  • Apr
    2
    • NON-EBA Event: 2019 EnergyTransition Symposium
      Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 02, 2019 - (07:30 AM - 12:15 PM)
      Grand Hyatt Denver
      1750 Welton St
      Denver, CO 80202

      The 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium 2019 is the 8th annual event co-hosted by the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (Collaboratory) — a unique and successful energy research partnership between University of Colorado, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
  • Apr
    3
    • NON-EBA Event: Which Way to Electrification of the U.S. Transportation System?
      Apr 03, 2019 - Apr 04, 2019 - (09:00 AM - 05:00 PM)
      White & Case
      70113th St NW #600
      Washington, DC 20005

      This conference is presented by George Washington University Law School through its Sustainable Energy Initiative. Consistent with GW Law’s educational mission, the program is structured to deepen the participants’ understanding of the progress, opportunities, risks, and challenges for the future of the transportation sector and electrification, and how that can or should affect government policy and regulation of the sector.
  • Apr
    4
    • NON-EBA Event: Which Way to Electrification of the U.S. Transportation System?
      Apr 03, 2019 - Apr 04, 2019 - (09:00 AM - 05:00 PM)
      White & Case
      70113th St NW #600
      Washington, DC 20005

      This conference is presented by George Washington University Law School through its Sustainable Energy Initiative. Consistent with GW Law’s educational mission, the program is structured to deepen the participants’ understanding of the progress, opportunities, risks, and challenges for the future of the transportation sector and electrification, and how that can or should affect government policy and regulation of the sector.