Interested in presenting at ACT Expo 2022?

Abstracts are due Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

ACT Expo is looking for dynamic and forward-thinking industry leaders to present case studies and compelling presentations on electric vehicle deployments and advancements; advanced energy management; fuel cell electric vehicle deployments; innovative transit; connected vehicle technology implementation; investment considerations; and efficiency processes from top fleets across all weight classes and transportation sectors.

Case studies should be relevant to end user fleets with a focus on evaluation criteria, funding received, infrastructure and maintenance plans, procurement considerations, and total cost of ownership. The 2022 event will focus on improving performance, decreasing cost, and reducing emissions through the following themes: gaseous fuels, electrification, connected and automated fleets, urban mobility, trucking efficiency, and goods movement operations.


Preferred fleet case study categories include:

Vehicle Applications
  • Airports and Airlines
  • Carrier
  • Drayage
  • Food & Beverage
  • Last Mile Delivery
  • Marine Terminal Operators (MTOs)
  • Municipal
  • Off-Road Vehicles
  • Pick-Up Truck
  • Public & Private Transit
  • Refuse Collection
  • School Transportation
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Step Van
  • Street Sweeping
  • Telecomm Services
  • Utility/Work Truck
  • Van
  • Warehouse Equipment
Fuel/Technology Types

• Artificial Intelligence
• Autonomous & Connected Vehicle Technologies
• Biodiesel
• Biogas
• Charging Infrastructure
• Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
• Efficiency
• Electric Drive
• Hybrid Drive
• Hydrogen Fuel Cell
• Microgrid
• Propane Autogas
• Renewable Diesel (RD)
• Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)
• Renewable Propane Autogas
• Solar
• Vehicle to Grid (V2G)

What to Submit:

Abstracts 1-2 pages in length should be submitted to conference organizers no later than Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. PT. Your submission should also include:

  • Title of suggested presentation
  • Three-sentence summary
  • Identification of technology and/or fuel focus
  • Presenter name, title, and organization