May 5-8, 2014
Long Beach, California

The 2014 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo shattered multiple records to confirm its position as the largest clean fleet event in North America’s history. The buzz following the show is being heard around the globe, as the 4,434 attendees from six continents take their learnings and hands-on experiences back home. ACT Expo was one show not to be missed, as several dozen industry announcements and product debuts took place throughout the week and on the sold-out show floor!

More than 30 transportation and alternative fuel industry associations endorsed the event, joining an impressive group of event partners—the American Trucking Associations, NAFA Fleet Management Association, the US DOE’s Clean Cities program, and the US EPA’s SmartWay program. The Propane Education and Research Council returned as a presenting sponsor, along with the South Coast Air Quality Management District. ACT Expo hosted multiple co-located events throughout the week, including: NGV Global 2014; PERC’s Lead the Way Event; the California Hydrogen Business Council Spring Summit; a Trucking Efficiency workshop led by the North American Council for Freight Efficiency and Carbon War Room; a SmartWay workshop led by Penske; a Women in ACT Summit; an Alternative Fuel Toolkit workshop by the AQMD; and the BSR Future of Fuels Spring Forum.

With a focus on peer-to-peer learning, the nearly 60 tailored alternative fuel engine, equipment, and infrastructure sessions featured case studies from dozens of leading public and private fleet operators–including Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Dillon Transport, Edison International, Enterprise Holdings, Frito-Lay, The Kroger Co., Pacific Gas & Electric, Penske, Ryder System, SoCalGas, UPS, USPS, Waste Management, among many others.



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