965.1 Electric Vehicles: Strategy and Policy Considerations for Electric Cooperatives
November 29 30, 2022
Venue:Salem Convention Center
This class is currently full. If you would like to be added to a wait list, please email Gail Patterson email@example.com.
Who Should Attend:
Policymakers and general managers.
Electric vehicles continue to receive increasing attention globally and within the United States through gradually increasing sales, an increase in the number of models available, and an abundance of media campaigns. EVs are also receiving increased attention within the electric cooperative industry. Many cooperatives own at least one electric vehicle, and it is a common topic in strategic planning sessions and board meetings. This course is designed to improve a board’s ability to make strategy and policy decisions regarding EVs and their impact of their cooperatives.
Rodney L. Crile, NRECA
Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time, and the class will run from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. the first day and 8:30 am to noon on the second day. Lunch at noon on both days, as well as morning and afternoon breaks, will be provided.
Salem Convention Center
200 Commercial Street, SE
Salem, OR 97301
Salem Grand Hotel
Room Rate: Deluxe King $169/night, plus tax
201 Liberty Street, SE
Salem, OR 97301
Please book your room as soon as possible, but no later than 10/22/2022, to secure this room rate.
Utility Member Early Bird (ends 10/29/2022): $750
Utility Member Standard: $825
Associate Member Early Bird (ends 10/29/2022): $1,125
Associate Member Standard: $1,200
Note: Organizations that register a group of employees will receive every fifth registration for free. For example, if you register five employees, you only pay for four; register 10 employees, you only pay for eight; and so on. There is nothing additional you need to do to receive this discount.
For webinars, virtual classes, and section meetings: cancellation at least five days prior to the event, full refund; within 1-4 days or no show, 100% of the registration fee.
For in-person events: cancellation at least 30 days prior to the event, full refund; within 15-29 days, $100 fee; and within 1-14 days or no show, 100% of the registration fee.
If canceling because the attendee is showing COVID-19 symptoms any time before the event, a full refund will be issued; if leaving during the event for COVID-19 reasons, a prorated refund will be issued.
When possible, please send a substitute instead of canceling; NWPPA does not charge a fee for substitutions. To request a refund, please contact Gail Patterson, Registrar, via email, Gail@nwppa.org, or call (360) 816-1450.
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This course qualifies for 6 continuing hours. Certificates are available upon full completion of the course.
For More Information:
To find out more about this event, or to learn about other events, view the Training and Event Catalog.