AWMA- RMSS-AWMA lunch meeting on Friday, December 18 from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

Please join us for our next virtual AWMA lunch meeting, where Keith Hay, the Director of Policy at the Colorado Energy Office, will provide an update on the GHG Pollution Reduction Roadmap and the implementation of near-term actions to make progress toward the 2025 and 2030 goals.

The meeting will be heldonline via Microsoft Teams, from 12PM-1PM, on Friday, December 18th

If you plan to attend this meeting, please RSVP to Sara Nuttall (sara.nuttall@jm.com ) by 5PM on Thursday, December 17th to receive instructions on how to attend online.

Abstract
In 2019, Colorado adopted science-based goals of reducing greenhouse gas pollution reduction goals of 26% by 2025 and 50% by 2030 from a 2005 baseline. To make progress toward those goals, Governor Polis directed state agencies to work together to develop a GHG Roadmap Reduction Roadmap that would assess the sources of pollution and outline actions the state can take. The presentation will cover the key findings of the Roadmap, discuss the action steps the state can take, and provide an update on the legislative and regulatory agenda.

Presenter’s Bio:
Keith Hay is the Director of Policy at the Colorado Energy Office where he leads a team developing legislative policies and strategies and regulatory policies to increase the use of clean energy, energy efficiency, electric vehicles, and beneficial electrification to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Prior to joining the Energy Office, Keith worked at the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), including as an Advisor to the commissioners where he worked on resource planning, renewable energy plans, and rate cases. Prior to advising, Keith was a member of the PUC’s Research section where he led investigations into electric vehicle integration, rate design, and new approaches to regulation. When not working, Keith enjoys skiing, climbing, and generally spending time in the mountains with his family.

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