Created February 2014

Produced for Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo

Webinar description:

Hear from the California Electric Transportation Coalition (CalETC) and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) on electric vehicle charging and infrastructure, as well as the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) on the latest in hydrogen refueling for fleet operations. Gain insight on developing specifications and performance requirements, vendor selection and project cost estimating, permitting and code compliance, fuel procurement and contracting options, personnel training, and more.


Scott Briasco, P.E.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Scott Briasco is manager of fleet engineering and electric transportation at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). In this capacity, he oversees the LADWP’s efforts to support the growth of the electric transportation industry and to provide effective, low-cost infrastructure for electric vehicle users. As a 28-year employee of LADWP, Scott is also responsible for spearheading the development and launch of several highly visible electric transportation projects, including advanced vehicle demonstrations, and electric vehicle infrastructure deployment.

Eileen Wenger Tutt
California Electric Transportation Coalition

Prior to becoming the executive director of CalETC, Eileen Tutt worked in California State government for over 15 years. Most recently, Eileen served as deputy secretary for the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA). Prior to her time at Cal/EPA, Eileen worked for the California Air Resources Board, helping to develop regulations and programs that have placed the State of California at the forefront of environmental protection.

Bill Elrick
California Fuel Cell Partnership

Under Bill Elrick’s leadership as technical program director, CaFCP members have developed new analysis tools and detailed roll-out plans that state and federal agencies reference in planning support for hydrogen stations. He works directly with automakers, station developers, and government to facilitate collaborative actions that fulfill each organization’s needs. His team supports developing standards that ensure safe, reliable, and economically viable alternative fuel products; educates emergency response personnel about alternative fuel vehicles; and works with the fuel reseller community that will install stations and sell fuel.