Clean Fuels Ohio has announced an expansion of its annual conference, the Midwest Green Fleets Forum and Expo, running Sept. 24-26 at the Marriott Columbus University Area.
According to Clean Fuels Ohio, this year’s event will reach a wider range of audiences: e.g., local government leaders, transportation and energy planners, commercial and residential developers and property managers, and fleet personnel. The program now also includes three separate tracks: advanced fuels and management, electrification, and advanced mobility. It also features plenary sessions, pre-conference training sessions, an industry expo, two evening receptions, and three awards programs.
Further, a change of venue has enabled ride and drive events, which will take place in the parking lot of the Marriott.
“This event has become the strongest of its kind in the country,” states Sam Spofforth, executive director of Clean Fuels Ohio. “We’ve painstakingly constructed a powerful lineup of speakers from outside and inside Ohio to drive not only the learning experience but the quality of networking.”
“The transportation and fleet industries are changing so rapidly that fleet leaders and personnel are challenged to keep up,” adds Kelly Reagan, president of the Ohio Chapter of the Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association, which, again, is co-presenting the conference. “Whether you’re directly involved in a fleet or interested in how dramatic change presents new challenges and opportunities to your organization, this conference is essential.”
More information can be found here.