2012 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo set for May 14-17, 2012 in Long Beach
Tina Grady Barbaccia | July 21, 2011
The 2012 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo is set for May 14 – 17 in Long Beach, Calif.
ACT Expo is North America’s premiere alternative fuels and clean vehicles conference and expo. The event showcases the latest in all alternative fuel types and advanced vehicle technologies, refueling infrastructure and market developments, funding opportunities, regulations, policies and best practices being implemented by leading fleet operators.
“The 2011 ACT Expo was a smashing success; it exceeded our and our attendees expectations many times over,” said Erik Neandross, chief executive officer of GNA. “The 2012 ACT Expo will undoubtedly be even bigger and more comprehensive, making it the largest alternative fuels conference of the year.”
More than 1,400 stakeholders representing the alternative fuels and clean vehicle industries gathered for the inaugural 2011 ACT Expo, representing fleet managers from the public and private sector, OEMs, station developers, fuel providers, truck and engine manufacturers, fueling equipment suppliers and other key alternative fuel stakeholders. ACT Expo 2012 will continue this winning recipe by providing a venue which will maximize the interaction between solution providers and those looking to make investments in these advanced technologies and alternative fuels.
Additional details for the 2012 ACT Expo including agenda themes, registration rates and deadlines and speakers will be announced soon. For sponsor and exhibitor opportunities at the 2012 ACT Expo, contact Tony Quist at Tony.Quist@gladstein.org or 310-573-8564.
For more information and highlights from the 2011 ACT Expo, visit www.actexpo.com and follow on Twitter @ACTExpo.
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