We will learn about the obstacles and realities of getting ZEV Bus Fleets deployed in school districts.
In the second training in this series, Berkeley Lab staff discussed the existing marketplace for solar, how buyers request PV O&M services, and the indication of need for O&M services as well as resources for both buyers and providers to use.
Navigating the world of federal funding can be intimidating and confusing. This meeting covered federal funding announcements and ways small company sellers can utilize these opportunities.
This event called upon guests to give a short 15-minute presentation about a successful procurement best practice they’ve implemented in their organization. After each presentation, the floor was opened up for Q&A.
This workshop will help organizations realize the potential of ERP systems in supporting their sustainable procurement goals and spark a discussion around implementation barriers and solutions.
Hear about ProspectSV’s new E-Fleet Accelerator Program, which will assist larger fleets to develop effective E-Fleet Transition Plans, as well as other EV Fleet Programs from leaders in California.
This panel will explore the opportunities for carbon reduction through sustainable procurement approaches and what their findings may mean for Local Government.
Concluding our three-part series on the Roles, Rules, and Tools methodology, our final webinar will be examining the available tools, platforms, and resources available that can facilitate sustainable purchasing.
This event was an interactive webinar for Bay Area Local Governments. Presentations were given by representatives from ProspectSV, Electriphi, and ZNE Alliance.
Continuing our discussion of the Roles, Rules, and Tools methodology, this webinar will be focusing on how establishing procurement “rules” can contribute to successful sustainable purchasing. These can be integrated seamlessly into your Climate Action Plan or other organizational guidelines.