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ACT Expo 2015: The Texas Tours

February 6, 2015 in ACT Expo 2015, Conference/Meeting, event by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Clean Energy, Love’s, Penske and Westport Open Their Doors

The 2015 Alternative Clean Transportation “ACT” Expo 
is taking shape, with a trio of tours, on the afternoon of Thursday, May 7, of Dallas-area clean transportation installations. ACT Expo organizer GNA – Gladstein, Neandross & Associates – notes that Dallas is one of the largest growing markets for alternative fueled transportation due to “aggressive fleet operators making the change and support from tremendous statewide incentives and emission reduction programs.”

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Register today!

ACT Expo attendees have the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at what they’re doing.

ACT Expo itself runs May 4-7 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.

Tour One – Penske Truck Rental, Clean Energy Fuels and Westport

  • Stop 1: Penske Dallas – A maintenance facility that has been outfitted to maintain natural gas vehicles—including proper ventilation, gas detection and alarm equipment.
  • Stop 2: Clean Energy Fuels LNG/LCNG Station – Visit a high-volume natural gas fueling station that provides fuel to a variety of heavy-duty natural gas trucks and other vehicles every single day.
  • Stop 3: Westport WiNG Facility – Get a behind-the-scenes look at Westport’s 90,000-square-foot light-duty, natural gas vehicle conversion facility where its WiNG Power System and compressed natural gas fuel tanks are installed on Ford vehicles.


Clean Energy Fuels says it's selling its interest in the McCommas Bluff landfill-based biomethane facility outside Dallas to focus on its ‘core strength – marketing and selling alternative fuels.’

Come see the McCommas Bluff landfill-based biomethane facility outside Dallas immediately following ACT Expo 2015 this coming May.

Tour Two – Cambria Energy and Questar Fueling

  • Stop 1: McCommas Bluff BiomethaneGet an inside look at this innovative waste-to-energy facility to learn how methane is collected from the landfill, cleaned, and dispensed into the Atmos pipeline.
  • Stop 2: Questar Fueling CNG Station – See one of the largest fast-fill CNG stations in North America – a fast-fill heavy-duty truck fueling station with six fueling lanes and three dual-hose dispensers that can accommodate all CNG vehicle types.

Tour Three – Dallas County Schools, Love’s, and City of Cedar Hill

  • Stop 1: Dallas County Schools – Home to the largest propane school bus fleet in Texas (560 buses), Dallas County Schools is offering an inside look at their service center featuring a propane autogas fueling station and biodiesel production facility.
  • Love's is developing a national network of CNG fueling stations for heavy duty natural gas vehicles.

    Love’s is developing a national network of CNG fueling stations for heavy duty natural gas vehicles.

    Stop 2: Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores CNG Station – Gain a behind-the-scenes look at Love’s brand-new Dallas CNG station, which offers fast-fill for heavy-duty trucks using two high-flow dispensers, as well as a CNG fueling option for traditional autos with a total capacity of 1,200 gasoline gallon equivalents per hour.

  • Stop 3: City of Cedar Hill – Explore a government center featuring a solar PV system, a wind turbine, two all-electric Nissan Leafs, four EV charging stations, and a real-time monitoring system that allows citizens to view the amount of energy generated onsite.

Register now and add an ACT Expo tour for just $50 additional

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ACT Expo 2015 Contacts

GNA/ACT Expo, Jaime Steinberg, 310-573-8569 or toll-free 888-993-0302; [email protected]; www.actexpo.com


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Source: GNA/ACT Expo with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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