May 2-5, 2016
Long Beach, California
www.actexpo.com

The 2016 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Southern California demonstrated the incredible momentum taking place across the transportation industry to lessen dependence on fossil fuels, improve air quality, and mitigate our impact on climate change. The show shined a spotlight on the trends and technologies transforming the future of transportation—including the importance of corporate sustainability, increasing rollout of policies in favor of reducing vehicle emissions, and the advancement of zero-emission vehicles, low carbon fuels, autonomous and connected vehicles, fuel efficiency technologies, car sharing, drone delivery, and much more.

Underscoring the importance of collaboration in the name of progress, this year’s program was hosted in partnership with the Propane Education & Research Council, the Electric Drive Transportation Association, NGVAmerica, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, and the California Hydrogen Business Council, providing for a diverse range of perspectives on how to best tackle vehicle emissions and fuel price volatility.

ACT Expo featured a massive exhibit hall that represented all alternative fuel types—including natural gas, electric, hybrid, hydrogen, propane autogas, and renewable fuels. Throughout the show, our nearly 3,000 attendees had hands-on access to alternative fuel vehicles and engine OEMs, electric drive vehicles, EV charging stations, refueling technology and fueling infrastructure, conversion products and service providers, equipment and technology providers, trucking efficiency solutions, fleet management telematics and GPS providers, and more—including dozens of newly debuted products (highlighted in the Event Summary).

We invite you to save the dates for next year! Set for May 1-4, ACT Expo 2017 will return to the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California.

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If you did not attend this event and would like access to speaker presentations, please contact Kimberly Klonoski at [email protected].