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Sustainable Fleet Technology Virtual Conference

July 29 - December 16

The Sustainable Fleet Technology Virtual Conference showcases the latest and greatest opportunities for biofuel, electric, natural gas, and propane fuels and fueling. This year’s conference will be presented as a series of online webinars, with sessions exploring sustainable fleet practices and alternative fuel opportunities running every other Wednesday from July through mid-December. Learn more at www.sustainablefleetexpo.com.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

September 9
The Green Fleet Award Winners 2020 Announcement
With the Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference going virtual, The Green Fleet Awards 2020 Announcement is doing so, as well. Please join us to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of the top green fleets and their teams. Learn about best practices and new technologies from the top award winning fleet managers that can help make your operations more efficient and environmentally friendly.

September 23
Best Practices & Lessons Learned in Charging Infrastructure Deployment
The Best Practices & Lesson Learned in Charging Infrastructure Deployment session will feature an expert panel covering the policies, strategies, best practices and lessons learned in electric vehicle charging infrastructure deployment. With pressure from government and the public to electrify fleets at all levels, availability and access to charging is key to success. This is an expensive endeavor with layers of considerations. Learn how to best approach and meet your charging infrastructure deployment from experts and those with experience.

September 30
Electrification of Transportation and Climate Change Impact, featuring statement from NC Governor Roy Cooper
The Electrification of Transportation and Climate Change Impact session will feature a statement from NC Governor Roy Cooper regarding North Carolina’s focus and efforts toward electrification and reduction of transportation emissions.  The session will also feature an expert panel that includes automotive and truck OEMs, as well as national non-profit organizations involved in transportation electrification and air quality.  Lean from the differing perspectives the opportunities, progress, considerations, plans, policies, necessary changes, and advances that will enable a successful transition electric transportation.

October 7
Electric Vehicle Options for Fleets
The Electric Vehicle Options for Fleets session will feature available and planned plug-in electric vehicle options from LD through HD. Electrifiction advances and announcements are coming on a daily basis. With more than $200B committed to vehicle electrification by the transportation OEMs the options will grow tremendously over the next few years. Hear from OEMs and others about what is available and coming to market from motorcycles and low speed electric vehicles to class-8 electric tractors.

October 21
Renewable Fuels, Lubricants & Other Biobased Products
This Renewable Fuels, Lubricants & Other Biobased Products session will feature products made from renewable more environmentally friendly feed stocks compared to those using petroleum, including fuels, lubricants, tires and more. Producers and fleet users will present information and experiences using these high performing sustainable biobased products. These drop in products can help in meeting green goals without performance compromise or disruptive changes.

November 4
Resiliency Considerations With Alternative Fuels & Transportation Technology
This Resiliency Considerations with Alternative Fuels & Transportation Technology session will examine perspectives in emergency and disaster response as alternative fuels and transportation technologies increase in penetration. What technologies will provide solutions and benefits and what technologies will need special measures and protection?

November 10
Sustainable Fleet Analytical Tools & Information
The Sustainable Fleet Analytical Tools & Information session will feature the analytical tools and information developed and compiled by Argonne and Oak Ridge National Labs through the US Department of Energy.  These powerful tools and informational sites such as AFLEET, VICE, Evolution, IdleBox, FuelEconomy.gov, AFDC.energy.gov can help you compare and quantify fuel, emissions, and cost savings associated with different vehicles and fuels.  The expert developers and researchers of these tools and sites will provide an introduction to how these tools can assist in making decisions to make your fleet more efficient and environmentally friendly.

November 18
Potential Impacts of Connectivity/Automation Technology

December 2
Idle Reduction – An Easy Win

December 16
Change Management to Remove Resistance & Roadblocks

December 16
Change Management to Remove Resistance & Roadblocks

Details

Start:
July 29
End:
December 16
Website:
https://www.sustainablefleetexpo.com/

Organizers

NC Clean Energy Technology Center
N.C. Department of Transportation
NC State University