Advisory Board Chairs

Marybel Batjer
Secretary
Government Operations Agency
State of California

Anna Caballero
Secretary
Business, Consumer Services and
Housing Agency
State of California

Matt Rodriquez
Secretary
Environmental Protection Agency
State of California

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Concurrent Education Sessions
Concurrent education sessions at the Summit are intended to provide information, strategies, best practices and perspective. Each track on April 8 and April 9 will include three sessions addressing the session topic, featuring presenters who are experienced pracitioners, managers and policy makers and who will share strategies and best practicies that can help green programs succeed. Session content partners include the Department of General Services, Institute for Local Government, USGBC California and Clean Cities Sacramento and East Bay.

Note: Lunch is included with concurrent session registration. Session topcis and times are subject to change. "TBD" refers to sessions where topics are identified and final confirmation is forthcoming.

Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)
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All sessions offer continuing education credits from Build it Green, the International Code Council (.1 per session) and the Construction Management Association of America. AIA Credits are available for sessions noted below (1 credit per session).

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Tuesday, April 8
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Track 1
Green
Innovation

Rooms 101-102
Track 2
EVs and EV Infrastructure
Room 103
Track 3
Local Government
Best Practices
Room 104
Track 4
Green Schools
(USGBC)

Room 105
11:00 am-
12:15 pm
1:30 pm-
2:45 pm
3:00 pm-
4:00 pm

 
Track 5
Potpourri
Room 204
11:00 am-
12:15 pm
1:30 pm-
2:45 pm
3:00 pm-
4:00 pm


Wednesday, April 9

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Track 1
Energy and
Buildings

Room 101-102
Track 2
Innovative Funding
Strategies

Room 103
Track 3
Water and
Energy

Room 104
Track 4
USGBC
Track

Room 105
9:00 am-
10:15 am
10:30 am-
11:45 am
1:15 pm-
2:30 pm

Track 5
Farm to Fork
to Fuel

Room 202
Track 6
Green
Schools

Room 203
9:00 am-
10:15 am
10:30 am-
11:45 am
1:15 pm-
2:30 pm

Pre-Summit Workshops
Monday, April 7

100 Best Fleets Workshop
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

On Monday, April 7, from 1-5 pm, Tom C. Johnson of 100 Best Fleets will present a workshop focused on best practices and solutions to current issues in government fleet management.

This is an unprecedented meeting with three of the number #1 Fleets inNorth America. The afternoon is designed as interactive discussions among the best-of-the-best Fleet Managers in California. This a one-time-only opportunity to benchmark, compare and confirm the operational excellence of your own fleet.

Forum panelists include:

  • Keith Leech, Fleet Manager City of Sacramento, #1 Government Green Fleet 2013. Keith will also update us on his first-of-a-kind digital scoreboard for productivity, team building and mining data to make the best decisions. Everything he does has a return on investment.
    Paul Condran, Fleet Services Manager, Culver City, #1 Government Fleet 2013 #1 Government Green Fleet 2010. Paul will also introduce a new fleet association to Northern California, Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association, based in Southern California with over 600 members, founded in 1952. At the click of a mouse, you will have instant access to the best public Fleet Managers in California. Paul is the President of MEMA and says "there is no problem we can't solve together”.

  • These enlightened leaders will be facilitating the discussions. Representatives of emerging green technologies will also be contributing their ideas. There are only two ways to do more with less in today's environment. Find out how the best fleets in the country manage data for the best decisions.

  • Mayor Harry Price from the City of Fairfield will discuss the City's rise from #100 to 36th best fleet in North America for 2013 as well as how we can best communicate effectively up and down the ladder, a critical component of making any changes in our fleet...getting buy in. In addition we will discuss the paradox of how one California City is going bankrupt while the County is among the 100 Best fleets. How you can become one of the 100 Best Fleets, avoid bankruptcy, protect your pensions and save your jobs.

Governing Magazine, the gold standard in public information, the top research organization for the public sector, will be presenting fleet trends in 2014.


Prop 39: Implementation Update
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The daylong seminar, “Prop 39: Implementation Update,” will give you information and resources that will help you make sure your district does not miss out on the opportunities that Prop 39 will provide. Get briefed by program experts at the Energy Commission and other stakeholders on the guidelines, implementation progress, and strategies for making the most of this unprecedented opportunity. Details here.


CALGreen Update
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Code specialists from the Building Standards Commission will bring you up to date on the 2013 changes to CALGreen, the state's mandatory green building code. These code updates went into effect on January 1, 2014.

AIA (3 CEUs)

Commissioning Requirements of CALGreen and the Energy Code
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

This special workshop will take an in-depth look at the commissioning requirements in the 2013 versions of CALGreen and the Energy Code and review strategies for implementing and verifying these requirements.

Presenter: Dave Walls, Executive Director, Sustainability Programs, International Code Council

AIA (3 CEUs)

Energy Code 2013
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

A review of the 2013 updates to California's energy code, changes that are scheduled to go into effect in July 2014.

Access 2013
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This session will focus on coming changes in the California building code that bring state accessibility requirements into alignment with requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Presenter: Dennis Corelis, Deputy State Architect

AIA (3 CEUs)


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