3rd annual georgia ALTERNATIVE FUEL roadshow highlights green fleet vehicles
transportation SEMINAR AND SHOWCASE looks at THE ECONOMICS OF propane, natural gas, EV & biofuels
Who: Fleet Managers, Government Leaders, Sustainability Directors, Finance Officers, Transportation Officials, General Public
What: Georgia Alternative Fueled Vehicle Roadshow - Event cities:
Athens | Atlanta | Dalton | Macon | Savannah | Augusta | Columbus | Valdosta
Meet Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols and join us for a statewide vehicle showcase tour and series of presentations on the economics and practicality of implementing alternative fuel transportation solutions. Experts in the fields of natural gas, propane, biofuels and electric-vehicles will deliver a series of short presentations on each fuel, along with a live vehicle showcase.
When: Atlanta, Tuesday, June 4 1p - 4pWhere:Bldg 14 Piedmont Center- 3535 Piedmont Rd NE, Atlanta GA 30305
Cost: Zero.This is a FREE Event. Refreshments light snacks will be served.
Agenda: Topics may vary slightly
- Natural Gas as a Fleet Fuel: The Economics
- Building out the fueling infrastructure for CNG/LNG
- A look at biodiesel and the future of biofuels
- Electric Vehicles and the EV-Charging infrastructure
- DC Fast Charging for EVs: The 15 minute solution that eliminates "range anxiety"
- Propane: America's low-cost, indoor motor fuel goes mainstream
- Converting vehicles to propane
- CNG and Propane: Are they safe?
- The Landfill-to-Natural-Gas Fueling Cycle
- Flex-Fuel Vehicles and the future of Ethanol
- Alt Fuel Vehicle Mechanics--New Training & New Jobs
In partnership with Clean Cities Atlanta and the Georgia Public Service Comission
The cost of this event is underwritten by sponsors and supporters of clean fuels. No public funds are used. Questions about the event or sponsorship opportunities? Call AdVentures at 678-810-0929 or Atlanta Clean Cities at 404-906-0656
Clean Cities & Ad Ventures
In addition to enhancing the nation's air quality, the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities Program promotes the economy, protects the environment, and secures our energy future through public and private partnerships. These partnerships encourage the development of clean-burning alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) as well as their associated fueling infrastructure.
Unlike traditional command-and-control programs, Clean Cities takes a unique, voluntary approach to AFV development, working with coalitions of local stakeholders to help develop the AFV industry.
The Maryland Energy Administration coordinates the Maryland Clean Cities Coalition. If you would like to be a member of the coalition, contact Chris Rice by email at email@example.com
Virginia Clean Cities has offices in Richmond and at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. In addition to the team that manages the day-to-day operation of the organization, Virginia Clean Cities also draws on a large, diverse, and engaged group of stakeholders throughout the Commonwealth and the nation. If you would like to be a member of the coalition, contact Alleyn Harned by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
AdVentures is an Energy Event and Consulting firm, dedicated to advancing the clean-fuel conversation and working with municipalities to ensure smooth, worry-free fuel transitions that save money for the long term. Contact Joy Kramer, at email@example.com if you would like to know more.