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CARB Presentation: Update on HFC regulations for stationary airconditioning and refrigeration in California
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Are you looking to network with WHPA members and others in the HVACR industry? Are you wanting to learn about new HFC (hydro-fluorocarbon) regulations for chillers and refrigeration and the proposed HFC regulations for stationary air-conditioning and refrigeration? Are you wanting access to a CARB (California Air Resources Board) Refrigerant Management Program Air Pollution Specialist? If so, this In-Person only WHPA Meet & Greet event in support of WHPA’s HVACR Community Outreach and Public Policy goals is for you.
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SCHEDULE of EVENTS
Thanks to the generous venue sponsorship of CSLB (Contractors State License Board) and catering sponsorship of UA - Southern California Pipe Trades District Council 16 there is no cost for this public event, but advanced registration is required for planning purposes.
Featured Speaker: CARB (California Air Resources Board) – Glen Gallagher
Glenn Gallagher is an Air Pollution Specialist at the California Air Resources Board (CARB), where he works in the Refrigerant Management Program and develops measures to reduce emissions of fluorinated gases. Glenn first began working on ozone-depleting substance management projects more than 25 years ago. Glenn also provides technical assistance on HFC reduction measures to the U.S. Climate Alliance representing 22 states.
General Event Engagement Protocol
Post Meeting Informal Networking Recommendation
As we have historically found that many of our event attendees wish to continue the conversation after the event has ended, WHPA recommends convening in the lounge of the Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova, where WHPA has also secured a small courtesy block of rooms:
Hyatt Place Sacramento/Rancho Cordova
10744 Gold Center Dr
Rancho Cordova, California, 95670
WHPA HVACR Community Engagement (CE) Goal/Strategies
CE GOAL: Strengthen community relationships among member organizations and other stakeholders to increase knowledge, effectiveness and capacity for collective HVACR action.
WHPA Public Policy (PP) Goal/Strategies
PP GOAL: Increase the capacity of WHPA to educate on and impact Energy Efficiency (EE) & Demand Response (DR) policy changes with key regulatory bodies.
We look forward to receiving your registration prior to the in-person event and to your joining us for this networking and educational opportunity on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 10:00am – 2:00pm PDT.
Questions? Contact WHPA Staff by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 951-244-6400.
REMINDER: This meeting is open to the public as part of WHPA’s community outreach and regulatory education activities. WHPA membership is required for participation in WHPA Committees, research projects, and to provide your stakeholder perspective as part of WHPA’s overall direct voice to regulators, legislators and industry players.
If you are not already a member but are ready to take advantage of the opportunities WHPA has to offer go to: http://whpa-inc.org/member_join.html.
Want to donate to help transform the HVACR marketplace for consumer benefit? Go to: http://whpa-inc.org/member_donate.html.