Calendar

Collaboratory-hosted FREE webinars 2020-2021

After webinars are completed based on date, the webinars will be re-posted free of charge.
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Original air date was May 4, 2020
How can utilities transform their energy plans to advance clean energy?
Partnering organizations:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory and the Payne Institute, Colorado School of Mines

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar  Click here for speaker bios, info & re-posted webinar recording.

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Original air date was May 21, 2020
“Hydrogen Part #1:  Introduction to fuel cell EVs and hydrogen fueling”
Partnering organizations:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, Colorado Cleantech Industry Association (CCIA), Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition, and Colorado Hydrogen Network

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar     Click here for speaker bios, info & re-posted webinar recording

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Original air date was June 9, 2020
“EV Part #1:  How do we get more zero emission electric vehicles on the road?”
Webinar c0-hosts:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (An energy partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab) and Colorado State University Systems Engineering

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar.   Click here for speaker bios, info & re-posted webinar recording

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Original air date was June 18, 2020
“EV Part #2:  Innovating technologies for electrified transportation”
Webinar c0-hosts:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (An energy partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab) and Colorado State University Systems Engineering

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar.   Click here for speaker bios, info & re-posted webinar recording

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Original air date was July 14, 2020
“EV Part #3:  Electrifying heavy-duty transportation”
Webinar co-hosts:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (An energy partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab) and Colorado State University Systems Engineering

Cost: free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

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Original air date was July 23, 2020
“Hydrogen Part #2:  The Colorado Hydrogen Network:  initiatives and mission”
Partnering organizations:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, Colorado Cleantech Industry Association (CCIA), Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition, and Colorado Hydrogen Network

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar.  Click here for speaker bios, info & re-posted webinar recording.

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Original air date was July 28, 2020
 “Decarbonization strategies for Colorado from a legislator’s and utility perspective”
Webinar host: Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory(An energy partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab)

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

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Original air date was August 4, 2020
“Future fuels of the carbon neutral energy system”
Webinar co-hosts:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory (An energy partnership since 2007 between University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Lab) and Wärtsilä

Cost:  free of charge to view recorded webinar, but if you haven’t already registered we ask everyone to register first using this link.

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RESCHEDULED UNTIL OCT 29, 2020

Original airing date – August 20, 2020 (10:00 – 11:00 am MT):  “Hydrogen Part #3:  Role of the electric utilities and hydrogen generation in the energy transition
Partnering organizations:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, Colorado Cleantech Industry Association (CCIA), Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition, and Colorado Hydrogen Network
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Cost: free of charge but everyone must register using this link

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Oct 8, 2020 (10:00 – 11:00 am MT): “Infrastructure Part #1: Describing & Dealing with Contention in the Energy Sector”
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Cost: free of charge but everyone must register using this link

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Oct 22, 2020 (10:00 – 11:00 am MT):  “Infrastructure Part #2:  Insights from Energy Infrastructure & Oil and Gas Development”
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Cost: free of charge but everyone must register using this link

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Oct 29, 2020 (10:00-11:00am MT):  “Hydrogen Part #3:  Role of the electric utilities and hydrogen generation in the energy transition
Partnering organizations:  Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, Colorado Cleantech Industry Association (CCIA), Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition, and Colorado Hydrogen Network
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Cost: free of charge but everyone must register using this link

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Cost:  Free of charge, registration is required using a different link for each webinar

Exact dates, times, speaker bios and registration links will be posted once they are determined

After webinars are completed based on date, the webinars will be re-posted free of charge.

Click on specific date to access the link.   Who should join in upcoming webinars:  Energy industry (all sources of energy), environmental organizations, renewables, researchers, scientists, venture capitalists and philanthropic organizations, energy-related organizations, law firms, entrepreneurs, small/medium/large companies in energy and environmental sectors, federal agencies, government, NGOs, municipalities, regulators, utilities, academia, students, faculty and community.

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