OREGON GAS-TO-ELECTRIC SYMPOSIUM/WORKSHOP

Join the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA), National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), and the Oregon Landscape Contractors Association (OLCA) for an informative day of presentations, dialogue, and commercial electric equipment demos.  The workshop will be held November 13th, 2023 from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm at the Nike Campus, Tiger Woods Conference Center.  Attendance is free. Recertification Credits: NALP LIC: 4

LOCATION – Nike Campus: One Bowerman Dr, Beaverton OR 97006

Thank you for your interest! The in-person session is at full capacity so please use this link to register for the webinar or the QR code below. 

TOPICS INCLUDE CURRENT REGULATIONS, INTRODUCTION TO LOW IMPACT LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS, FUNDING MECHANISMS TO LOWER COST OF BATTERY POWERED EQUIPMENT. HOW INDUSTRY MUST LEAD & SHAPE OUR OWN FUTURE

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

8:15am to 9am – Check In / Morning Refreshments     
9am to 9:10 – NALP Introduction
9:10am to 9:20am – OLCA Introduction
9:20am to 10:00am – AGZA (presentation with Q&A)
10am to 10:40am – OLCA / NALP (presentation with Q&A)
10 Min bathroom break
10:50am to 11:00am –
Equipment Reps (introduction to electric tools)

11:00am to 12:00 noon Lunch & Tool introduction & demos - Interactive Q&A with AGZA and tool reps


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All of us at AGZA

CLASS AGENDA:

Classroom” Component Electric Operations: Emphasizes the importance of training and certification, satisfying aesthetic expectations, lithium safety, and reaching Return on Investment. Specific topics covered include the following: 

  • Battery electric basics
  • Infrastructure and charging
  • Impact reduction and benefits
  • Work productivity considerations
  • Economics (ROI, Downstream savings, cost-effectiveness)
  • Case studies 

“Classroom” Component Pressures of Bans, Restrictions, and Regulations: Emphasizes why industry needs to be aware of the current push to regulate our industry. Who, where, and why this push is coming from. Specific topics covered include the following: 

  • Why industry needs to lead
  • Lobby for resources
  • Lithium – Transporting, responsible recycling and repurposing,
  • Where are the batteries going?
  • Contractors working together for higher wages and bids
  • Communicating with legislators
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