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CalPlug Workshop Series #11

Title: CalPlug Workshop Series #11
Event Date: 4/11/2017 - 4/11/2017
Event Time: 9:45 a.m.
Event End: 4:30 p.m.
Location:

Calit2 Building, UC Irvine

Description:

FREE EVENT.  REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Agenda:

AGENDA

9:30 am Check-in

10 am – Noon CalPlug Research and Projects

10 am Welcome
GP Li, Director – Calit2/California Plug Load Research Center

10:15 – 10:30 am Opening Remarks
Bradley Meister – California Energy Commission
   
10:30 am – noon CAMPUS COOL - CalPlug and UCI
The latest on CalPlug projects as well as the next steps for CalPlug.  How can CalPlug take energy efficiency and sustainability to the next level?  We explore CalPlug’s roadmap and also take a look into what UCI is doing to remain one of the coolest campuses in the nation.

  • Michael Klopfer – CalPlug/ University of California, Irvine
  • Stephen Palm – Broadcom
  • Drew Chesen – Division of Continuing Education/University of California, Irvine

Lunch Break

1:15-4:30 pm – MAKE AMERICA GREAT & GREEN AGAIN

1:15 – 2:45 pm: Navigating through a new administration and its policies
How is California and the nation as a whole trying to overcome setbacks and anticipate obstacles from the Trump administration and its policies?  What are the solutions?

  • Dave Ashukian – California Energy Commission
  • John Morris – CHEER (Coalition for Home Electronics Energy Reduction)
  • David Feldman – University of California, Irvine

Mid-afternoon Break

3 – 4 pm: Part of the beauty of California is that she is very rich and green. California has always been an undisputed leader in all things green. Like-minded energy efficiency champions are working hard to ensure that the Golden State remains Green and how industry is meeting the goals and targets of energy efficiency and sustainability.

  • Scott Kitcher – Sustain OC (formerly aka Cleantech OC)
  • Andrew Beauchamp – IBM

4 pm Networking Reception & CalPlug Demonstrations

Directions:

Map and parking: http://goo.gl/2nAdTu

 

Parking is available in the nearby Anteater Parking Structure.
Info: 
http://www.parking.uci.edu/permits/visitorpermits.cfm