2020 Energy Innovations Summit: A Virtual Event

CREA created the Energy Innovations Summit back in 2010 as a way for the electric co-op family to stay on top of the latest developments in the evolving electric industry. It has grown into one of the best energy conferences in Colorado and a great networking and information-sharing opportunity among many different stakeholder groups.

This year, join us for unique live and interactive webinars.

Throughout October you will have the opportunity to interact with electric energy experts. Make plans now to take a deep drive and learn more about:

This year’s Summit is open to everyone, particularly those interested in energy issues, and attendees include utility reps, regulators, policymakers and folks from the environmental community, in addition to electric co-op directors and staff.

We have waived all fees for this unique, virtual event.

Executive Director Kent Singer – moderator
Colorado Rural Electric Association

At XPRIZE Dr. Extavour works on all things energy, environment, and climate, including the $20 million NRG COSIA XPRIZE, a global competition to recycle CO2 into valuable products as a way to decarbonize our economy. Learn more about the different CO2 storage strategies scientists are pursuing.

Executive Director Will Toor – moderator
Colorado Energy Office

The Colorado Energy Office recently released a marketing and education road map intended to show how Colorado can have 1 million EVs on the road by 2030. Colorado’s Electric Co-ops have implemented many new programs to encourage the adoption of EVs in co-op territory. This webinar will feature Bill LeBlanc, Chief Instigation Agent from E Source, and Will Toor, head of the Colorado Energy Office, who will talk about the CEO road map as well as provide an overview of the EV market in Colorado.

Chairman and CEO John Hewa – moderator
U.S. Energy Storage Association Chairman; Rappahannock Electric Cooperative CEO

Energy storage is going to be a game changer for the electric industry and new, innovative technologies are being advanced to meet future energy needs.  Join us as we learn more about the storage industry and new technologies including hydrogen and gravity storage technologies.