Expect ‘Dozens’ of Product Debuts at Upcoming ACT Expo


Gladstein, Neandross and Associates (GNA), organizer of the Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, has previewed a sample of alternative fuel and clean vehicle technologies set to debut at its 2015 conference and exhibition. This year's event will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, May 4-7.

Throughout the week, GNA says exhibitors will unveil new products and host press conferences and informational sessions on the expo hall floor, including the following:

– Ford will unveil a new product with gaseous fuel prep kit availability.

– Cummins Westport is unveiling a new natural gas engine for the on-road transportation market.

– The North American Council on Freight Efficiency (NACFE) will release the results from its 2015 Fleet Fuel Study detailing how 15 major North American fleets are improving fuel efficiency with advanced technologies.

– Rush Enterprises is introducing Momentum Fuel Technologies, a total solution for compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel systems for Class 6-8 vehicles in North America.

– Alliance AutoGas will unveil the first-ever EPA-compliant, OEM-quality Dieselblend propane autogas fuel system for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, which will be on display in a Volvo D13/MackMP8 truck.

– ClipperCreek will debut its new LCS-20P plug-in electric vehicle Level 2 charging station, now available with four NEMA plug styles.

– Parker will introduce a CNG fuel management module for 5- to 12-liter engines and two products that GNA says set the new standard in CNG fleet fuel dispensing.

– Bauer Compressor will debut its Model M-Series Duplex CNG System, which combines two Model C23.2 compressor units with two TEFC high-efficiency 50 HP motors, an inlet buffer tank, and a vapor recovery tank on one in-line skid.

– Quantum Technologies will debut its enhanced back-of-cab and frame rail CNG fuel systems.

– Superior Transportation Solutions will debut the new G-Series product line from Greenkraft Inc., an OEM of alternative-fuel-based, cab-forward medium-duty trucks for Classes 3-7.

– BSR's Future of Fuels will release a series of fuel sustainability briefs that summarize the market outlook, key issues, and sustainability potential for five fuel categories: petroleum, natural gas, biofuels, electrification, and hydrogen.

For more information, visit www.actexpo.com.

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