Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) says it has completed the agenda for this year's Alternative Clean Transportation Expo (ACT Expo 2014), which is convening at the Long Beach Convention Center in California on May 5-8.
Co-located with the NGV Global 2014 event, the upcoming ACT Expo will offer public and private fleet operators and the entire clean-transportation supply chain various educational sessions and related programs that cover the full spectrum of technologies and vehicle classes: light-, medium- and heavy-duty natural gas, propane autogas, electric and other vehicles.
GNA says it consulted with a number of fleets that have already deployed alt-fuel vehicles – including Frito-Lay, UPS, Ryder System and various government fleets – in order to shape the agenda. U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities groups also helped craft the educational program.
Pre-conference technical sessions and off-site tours will begin on May 5 and continue into May 6. The show's welcome and opening plenary sessions are on May 6, and educational offerings continue through May 8. The body of topics being covered is wide, from autogas and natural gas to biofuel and hydrogen; passenger vehicles to Class 8 trucks; fuel supply to refueling infrastructure; and more.
View the full ACT Expo 2014 Agenda here.