Each year ACT Expo brings together a national network of organizations to provide expertise and insight on the technologies and policies that are shaping the world of advanced transportation technologies. These organizations include top industry associations, media publications, leading fleets, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Coalitions.

Event Partners

Industry organizations, member-based associations, and non-profits across the commercial transportation space partner with ACT Expo each year to host co-located events, provide support in planning the agenda, and engage with a diverse audience of transportation industry professionals from around the globe. Some of the organizations that ACT Expo partners with, include:

California Hydrogren Business Council
Electrification Coalition
FCHEA - Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association
Propane Education & Research Council
West Coast Collaborative - A public-private partnership to reduce diesel emissions

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 hundreds of thousands of commercial fleet vehicles.

City of Seattle
Dillon Transport Inc
Enterprise Holdings | Alamo - Enterprise - National
FedEx Freight
Sheehy Mail Contractors


ACT Expo is proud to have the support of the national Clean Cities team. Local coalitions assist us in developing relevant agenda topics as the on-the-ground experts who work tirelessly to advance alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies.

  • Arkansas Clean Cities
  • Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition
  • Clean Cities – Georgia
  • Clean Communities of Central New York (Syracuse)
  • Clean Fuels Ohio
  • Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities
  • Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition
  • Empire Clean Cities
  • Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition
  • Greater New Haven Clean Cities Coalition
  • Greater Rochester Clean Cities
  • Los Angeles Clean Cities Coalition
  • Louisiana Clean Fuels
  • Massachusetts Clean Cities
  • New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition
  • North Florida Clean Fuel Coalition
  • Northern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition
  • Palmetto Clean Fuels Coalition
  • San Francisco Clean Cities Coalition
  • South Shore Clean Cities
  • Southern California Clean Cities Coalition
  • St. Louis Clean Cities
  • State of Maryland Clean Cities
  • State of West Virginia Clean Cities
  • Tucson Clean Cities
  • Tulsa Clean Cities
  • Utah Clean Cities