Opportunity to learn more about Commerce’s alternative vehicle fuels and transportation electrification programs
Washington State Department of Commerce Energy Policy Specialist Michael Breish will hold a public stakeholder meeting in the Tri-Cities to discuss the department’s alternative vehicle fuels and transportation electrification programs.
The event will be held May 31 from 9 a.m. – noon at Energy Northwest’s Multi-Purpose Facility Auditorium, 3000 George Washington Way, Richland.
Breish will be providing background on Commerce, the new local government fleet mandate, a summary of 2019 legislation, stakeholder groups, available financing and Commerce’s Electrification of Transportation Systems program.
Stakeholders include community groups, state and local government agencies, ports, tourism, utilities and the public. There is no charge to attend, but space is limited to 140 people.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Harper email@example.com.