Organizers of next year’s Alterative Clean Transportation Expo in Washington have issued a call for papers, paving the way for speakers to help provide attendees “with a keen understanding of the many economic and environmental opportunities created by the use of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies.”
ACT Expo 2013 is being held June 24-27 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The convention hotels are the Grand Hyatt Washington and Embassy Suites Convention Center.
GNA has invited interested parties to submit papers for consideration of speaking opportunities.
GNA extends its invitation to potential ACT Expo 2013 sponsors and exhibitors, too. ACT Expo 2012 in California drew some 2,500 people, with top fleets including Frito-Lay, UPS, Swift, Coca-Cola and Ryder, 171 exhibitors and more than 90 clean vehicles.
The 2012 conference boasted 125 expert speakers in 21 unique, carefully crafted sessions.
The goal of ACT Expo is to inspire increased implementation of alternative fuel and clean vehicle technologies in all vehicle markets – from passenger vehicles to heavy duty trucking. As did ACT Expo this year, the 2013 conference will provide attendees with a keen understanding of the many economic and environmental opportunities created by the use of alternative fuels and advanced vehicle technologies.
GNA expects to attract a national and international audience of key stakeholders across all areas of alt fuels – electric drive, natural gas, propane-autogas, hydrogen, and the various renewables, including biodiesel and biomethane to Washington – and provide a forum too for the latest hybrid designs, and fleet management technologies, like advanced telematics, for paring fuel use.
ACT Expo presentation categories include
- Funding Programs;
- Infrastructure Planning and Development;
- Transportation Policy and Planning;
- Air Quality Management;
- Vehicle, Equipment or Component Manufacturing and Supply;
- Emission Control Solutions;
- SmartWay Transport;
- Telematics/GPS Technologies;
- Fleet Operations and Maintenance;
- Renewable Fuels (Production and Policy);
- Purchasing and Procurement Strategies;
- Case Studies/Best Practices Analysis;
- Financial and Operational Modeling;
- Conversion Technologies;
- Academic Studies/Initiatives;
- Fuel Supply and Economics;
- Engineering; and
- Funding or Project Finance;
Abstracts of 1-2 pages in length, including a three-sentence summary, are due December 14.
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