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U to co-host community conversation on electrification in Utah

To help Utahns to better understand what this transition means for them, the University of Utah Sustainability Office, the Salt Lake Tribune and Rocky Mountain Power are hosting “Down to the Wire: Electrification and the Clean Power Transition” on Aug. 2 at the U.

As the world transitions from fossil fuels to clean energy to power vehicles and buildings, electrification is at the center of that transition. To help Utahns to better understand what this transition means for them, the University of Utah Sustainability Office, the Salt Lake Tribune and Rocky Mountain Power are hosting “Down to the Wire: Electrification and the Clean Power Transition” on Aug. 2 at the U.

The event is free to the public but does require an RSVP, which can be done here.

Event details

Tuesday, Aug. 2 | 4 p.m.
Rocco C. Siciliano Room (Room 1900)
Gardner Commons

Parking is free in an adjacent lot.

Participants will include the following:

  • Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall
  • James Campbell, director of innovation and sustainability at PacifiCorp/Berkshire Hathaway Energy
  • Samuel Jensen Augustine, director of infrastructure, capital improvements and sustainability at the U

Moderator: Tim Fitzpatrick, Salt Lake Tribune renewable energy reporter

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