Space Is Limited for Two Off-Site Tours for ACT Expo in June
The tours are free but space is limited, so sign up now to get a first-hand look at how FedEx Field, home of the Washington Redskins, and the Smithsonian Institution are realizing the benefits of alternative fuel in their operations.
ACT Expo 2013 takes place June 24-27 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Embassy Suites in Washington D.C. It is organized by GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.
- Solar Installation at FedEx Field: Home of the Redskins football team, FedEx Field boasts a state-of-the-art solar panel installation that provides 20% of the stadium’s power on game days and 100% on non-game days. The installation is expected to keep 1,780 metric tons of carbon out of the atmosphere each year – the equivalent of replacing 349 gasoline-powered vehicles with zero emission electric vehicles. In addition, the stadium’s parking lot features ten electric vehicle charging stations.
- Smithsonian Vehicle Repair and Alternative Fueling Facility: This new 14,000-square-foot repair facility features nine light-duty bays with above-ground lifts, a heavy-duty bay for trucks and buses with a mobile lift, a section for small engine repairs, and a wash bay. The facility also has a fueling island with level 2 electric vehicle charging stations and BRC FuelMaker units for CNG/compressed natural gas fueling.
Don’t miss out – space for the tours is limited to only 50 guests, so reserve early to guarantee your spot! Sign up for the tours when you register online for ACT Expo, and stay tuned for additional details on ACT Expo pre-conference training.
Registration discounts end April 30.