Realizing Greater Efficiency and Emissions Reductions in Commercial Applications

Webinar Date: August 3, 2021 at 10:00am PST

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Leading efficiency and traditional alt fuel innovations have enabled fleets to reach significant economic and environmental sustainability with their non-electric fleet assets. While so much attention has been paid to new electric products, most fleets in North America are not ready nor able to fully replace their fleet with EVs. Biofuels, natural gas, propane, and efficiency technologies are proven technologies that are currently helping fleets achieve sustainability goals while also meeting economic needs.

Join this 75-minute webinar to learn:

  • Fleet case studies on environmental and economic gains from efficiency and alternative low carbon fuels
  • Latest innovations from technology manufacturers and fuel providers that are delivering increased sustainability and economic benefits

ACT Expo and ACT News are co-hosting a series of webinars leading up to the 10th annual Advanced Clean Transportation Expo this August 30 to September 2 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.

The preconference webinars will allow attendees to jumpstart their clean tech education before attending the 2021 ACT Expo. Participants will gain deeper understanding on some of the hottest topics facing fleets today, as well as access to industry experts throughout the series. The sessions will include topics ranging from electric vehicles to connected technologies, to how special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, have affected the clean transportation industry. Attendees will get insight that will pave the way to a better understanding of the clean tech industry and help them get the most from their ACT Expo experience.

Next, take your clean tech education one step further and register to attend the upcoming 2021 ACT Expo.

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Thomas Healy

Thomas Healy

CEO

Hyliion

Mike Roeth

Mike Roeth

Executive Director

NACFE

Michael Wedding

Michael Wedding

Sr. Engineering Manager

Valvoline