ACT Expo Announces Agenda, Upcoming Webinar Series

May 6, 2021

With the 10th annual Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo coming up in a few short months, the agenda has been announced, setting the stage for another innovative event highlighting the evolving electrification movement, increased availability and consumption of renewable fuels, and major corporate commitments being made towards a more sustainable future.

ACT Expo is taking place August 30 through September 2, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California.

Taking place August 30 through September 2, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California, this year’s ACT Expo will focus on the advancements in ultra-low and zero-emission vehicles, low carbon and renewable fuels, rapidly developing battery and hydrogen fuel cell electric technologies, and connected and autonomous vehicles. In addition to an impressive and comprehensive technology display, numerous case studies will showcase the progressive steps being taken by commercial fleets across the board to reach their economic and environmental sustainability goals.

Leading up to this year’s ACT Expo, event organizer GNA will be hosting a series of five webinars starting in late June. More information on the speakers and topics will be announced in the coming weeks.

The ACT Expo event organizer GNA will be hosting a series of five webinars starting in late June.

Steering the Return to Live Events

As one of the first live events in the industry since last spring, ACT Expo will kick off with a trio of half-day sessions on Monday, August 30, including the return of ACT Expo’s always-popular Battery Technology Workshop. The Advanced Clean Transportation Investor Summit will provide unique insight into the incredible level of investment taking place throughout the industry at every level. And the TRU Workshop will explore the current state of low- and zero-emission transportation refrigeration unit (TRU) technology, results from multiple ongoing fleet technology demonstrations, and upcoming regulations and incentives affecting the future of this market.

ACT will also feature leading executives from across the industry via cutting-edge keynote presentations, mainstage ACT Talks, fireside chats, and two prominent roundtable discussions focused on the last-mile electrification, the current state of hydrogen fuel cell technologies, and plans for the adoption and operation of increased numbers of zero- and near-zero emission school buses across the country. Attendees will also experience discussions on autonomous and connected technologies, as well as how fleets can maximize assets for charging infrastructure.

One of the first live events in the industry since last Spring, ACT Expo will kick off with a trio of half-day sessions.

The Ultra-Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Summit, a staple of the annual event, will once again provide a comprehensive discussion on the latest trends for clean fuels and advanced technology in this sector. ACT Expo has also added the Light- and Medium-Duty Vehicle Summit to explore the similar innovations taking place in these segments.

Expo Floor Has It All

As always, the ACT Expo trade show floor will give attendees hands-on access to the latest products and services available in the market today — from fleet efficiency technologies and telematic and connected vehicle solutions, to battery, fuel cell, and hybrid electric-drive platforms, and an array of alternative fuels and propulsion systems. Renewable fuels, including diesel, natural gas, propane, hydrogen, and electricity will be featured prominently throughout the show floor and conference program.

More information on the upcoming webinars, as well as the featured speakers at this year’s live event, will be announced soon. Early bird registration is open through May 14. For more information, including important COVID-19 safety protocols, visit www.actexpo.com.