California Emerging Clean Air Technology Forum
WHAT: The California Emerging Technology Forum is a collaborative effort of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources Board, and the South Coast and San Joaquin Valley Air Districts to accelerate the development and implementation of technologies to achieve air quality goals. These agencies will sponsor a one-day public forum, which will focus on some of the following technologies and research areas:
· Hydraulic and plug-in hybrids
· Electric vehicles
· Fuel-cells for vehicles and stationary sources
· Solar, digester, and micro-turbine distributive energy
· Air emission monitoring and remote sensing
· Selective Catalytic Reduction for locomotive, and marine sources
· Micro-turbines distributive generation
· Architecture coatings and solvent certification
WHY: To share collaborative progress and catalyze development and implementation of technologies that will help California and other parts of the country meet current and future air quality standards.
WHEN: Wednesday, July 9, 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: University of California at Merced, Lakireddy Auditorium in the “Classroom and Office” building
FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://www.epa.gov/region09/air/cecat-forum/index.html
REGISTRATION: Federal, state, tribal, and local air agencies, private companies, associations, and environmental and community non-profit organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration is free and is required to attend the Forum to ensure available meeting space at UC Merced. Registration closes on Thursday, July 3 at 5 p.m. PSD. This event will also be broadcast via webcast.
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