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With the continued focus on cost-effective investments, increased vehicle efficiency and improved environmental performance, fleets are turning to alternative fuels. In recent years we have seen ultra-clean natural gas and propane vehicle technology make incredible strides. Even more recently, we’ve seen rapid development of renewable fuel options that can provide dramatic greenhouse gas reductions. But which fuel and vehicle type is best for your fleet? This track will cover the following:

  • Fleet success stories – showcasing real world successes and challenges that fleets have experienced in transitioning to sustainable fuels
  • Maintenance considerations – handling maintenance of vehicles with different fuel systems and storage tanks, which impact oil-change intervals and the useful life of an engine
  • Regulatory requirements – addressing regulatory pressure through cleaner vehicle technology and fuels
  • Fleet procurement initiatives – highlighting efforts to aggregate purchases and change procurement efforts to better suit emerging technologies
  • Infrastructure development—understanding current infrastructure solutions and needs to address the fleet market
  • Funding acquisition—addressing the different ways to reduce the upfront cost of vehicles and infrastructure

Who Should Attend?

  • Fleet Managers
  • Transportation Directors
  • Refuse Fleets
  • Transit Agencies
  • School Districts
  • Delivery Fleets
  • Goods Movement Fleets
  • Vehicle OEMs
  • Technology Providers
  • Venture Capital Investors
  • Regulators and Public Agencies
  • Public-Private Partnerships

Who Should Exhibit?

  • CNG, LNG, LPG Vehicle OEMs:
    • Vocational/Cab Chassis
    • Transit
    • School Bus
    • Step Van
    • Shuttle Bus
    • Van
    • Utility/Work Truck
    • Refuse
    • Street Sweeper
  • CNG, LNG, LPG, Hydrogen, and Renewable Fuel Suppliers & Infrastructure Developers
  • Powertrains/Transmissions/Hybrid Systems

View highlights for each theme:

Urban Mobility

Goods Movement

Connected Fleet

Gaseous Fuels

Commercial EVs

Vehicle Efficiency