Join hundreds of leading public and private fleet operators in Long Beach, California.

The Largest Clean Fleet Event. All Alternative Fuels. All Weight Classes.

Join us May 1-4, 2017, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California for the 2017 Advanced Clean Transportation “ACT” Expo. All weight classes and alternative fuel types are represented—electric, hybrid, hydrogen, natural gas, propane autogas, and renewable fuels—providing a one-stop shop for fleets to learn how to reduce costs and emissions.

  • Network with more than 3,500 clean transportation stakeholders
  • See hundreds of leading vehicle, fueling, and technology suppliers in the Expo Hall
  • See real-world AFV projects at off-site tours in Southern California
  • Learn from peers in fleet-focused educational sessions

Call us at 1-888-993-0302 and let us know how we can help! You can also use these quick links:

2016 High-Volume Fleet Planning Committee

To help ensure that the programming addresses the most relevant topics for fleet managers, the agenda is planned with the ongoing assistance of a High-Volume Fleet Committee whose members collectively manage thousands of alternative fuel vehicles:

  • AmeriPride
  • Atmos Energy
  • City of Fort Worth
  • City of Seattle
  • Dallas Area Rapid Transit
  • FedEx Freight
  • Frito-Lay
  • Honda: The Power of Dreams
  • IKEA
  • Iowa Department of Transportation
  • Jefferson County, Washington
  • LA Metro
  • Montgomery County, Maryland
  • Nestlé Waters North America
  • New York City Department of Sanitation
  • NFI
  • Pacific Gas & Electric Company
  • Penske
  • Ryder System, Inc.
  • Saddle Creek Logistics
  • Sheehy Mail Contractors
  • Student Transportation of America
  • Talon Logistics, Inc. (Giant Eagle)
  • The Parking Spot
  • UPS
  • Veolia
  • Walmart
  • Waste Management
  • Yale Fleet Management


2016 Clean Cities Planning Committee

ACT Expo is proud to have the support of the national Clean Cities team.

  • American Lung Association in Colorado
  • Argonne National Laboratory
  • Clean Cities Atlanta
  • Clean Communities of Central New York
  • Clean Fuels Ohio
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition
  • East Bay Clean Cities Coalition
  • Empire Clean Cities Coalition
  • Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition
  • Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition
  • Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition
  • Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance
  • Long Beach Clean Cities Coalition
  • Los Angeles Clean Cities Coalition
  • Louisiana Clean Fuels
  • Maryland Energy Administration
  • Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition
  • San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition
  • San Joaquin Valley Clean Cities
  • Southern California Association of Governments
  • Tucson Clean Cities Coalition
  • Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition
  • Utah Clean Cities Coalition
  • Virginia Clean Cities Coalition