The Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance Clean Cities Coalition serving Central Texas is partnering with Travis County to host a regional fleet event featuring speakers from the 100 Best Fleets in North America on June 22, 2017.
Don’t miss this fleet event and alt fuel vehicle ride and drive in Austin on June 22, 2017
This fleet meet is designed by and for fleet professionals and will allow for formal presentations and informal networking opportunities throughout the day. There is no part of the day’s agenda that doesn’t directly relate to day-to-day realities of the workplace. Attendees will share their current common challenges and most importantly, hear solutions from peers in similar situations. Leaders who attend are sure to walk away with plenty of fresh new ideas and renewed enthusiasm for how best to run their fleet operations.
Tom Johnson from the 100 Best Fleets will lead the morning program which brings together winners of the 100 Best Fleets in Texas to discuss their best practices. Our emerging technologies panel covers everything from electric vehicle fuel management to fuel efficiency calibration from the folks at Derive Systems. We’ll hear about Austin’s Smart Cities fleet plan and City Public Service’s in-house inspections.
We will also have an up-to-date report on how the State of Texas is handling the VW Settlement funds.
This event will be on June 22, 2017 at the Circuit of The Americas — the premier destination for world-class motorsports and entertainment in the United States. Set on 1,500 acres in the rolling hills just outside downtown Austin, Circuit of The Americas has hosted the biggest names in racing, action sports and music since 2012. At its heart is a 3.41-mile racetrack that was designed to challenge the world’s most exacting competitors while providing a thrilling spectacle for audiences. Mercedes-Benz Racing is scheduled to be using the track while we’re there.
Our exhibitors in the Velocity Lounge include the Propane Council of Texas, Smart Charge America, Roush CleanTech, Suburban Propane and the Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance, a Clean Cities Coalition serving Central Texas. We still have spots available, if this is the first you’ve heard of this.
Our luncheon will be catered by Ryan Sanders Sports Services and held in the Velocity Lounge. Our Gold Lunch Sponsor/Speaker will be Andy Greenberg from ProTec Fuel, a company dedicated to providing unique turnkey ethanol solutions to distributors, retailers and fleets nationwide.
Greg Dugan from Ford Motor Company Fleet is our silver lunch sponsor and also a speaker. Ford has just introduced the first-ever police pursuit-rated hybrid vehicle…providing a Greener Shade of Blue. AND HE’S BRINGING IT ALONG FOR US TO SEE AT THIS EVENT ON THE 22ND!
Lunch is followed by 2017 Texas Legislative Session updates and a panel of experts discussing fuels, infrastructure and alternative fuel vehicles including Electric, LPG, CNG, Renewable Natural Gas, E-85 and Biodiesel.
Following the classroom portion of the program, participants will adjourn to Parking Lot A to view and try out alternative vehicles provided by multiple vendors.
General Motors Fleet, will provide a Malibu Hybrid, Volt and Bolt. To help increase the efficiency of your fleet … they offer an extensive selection of alternative propulsion options, like E85 capability, diesels, CNG/LPG, hybrids, electric vehicles and everything in between to potentially save you money with the environment in mind.
T-3 Motion is bringing an unlimited range, multi-shift capable electric patrol vehicle designed for public safety applications. Hot-swap interchangeable batteries allow for 24/7 patrols. This vehicle is purpose-designed and built for police.
Derive Systems, founded in 2003 by automotive enthusiasts, they has installed over 1.2 million vehicle calibrations. Their engineers specialize in powertrain management and calibrations, delivering a software that improves vehicle performance and drivability. One of their vehicles will be on site for static demonstrations.
Pinnacle Propane can provide your organization with complete autogas solutions. As one of the most cost-effective forms of fuel, autogas is also better for the environment and your energy security as a cleaner burning fuel than gasoline that is made right here in the USA. Harris Baker is bringing his bi-fuel expedition and will be telling us about LPG.
Westport is providing a CNG bi-fuel truck. Westport imagines, builds, demonstrates and commercializes technologies that provide environmental and economic solutions to customers, while delivering best-class performance and operational characteristics for clean, sustainable and commercially viable transportation.
Ford Fleet: In terms of alternative fuels, go that extra mile with a wide range of Ford vehicles able to run on electricity, biodiesel, ethanol, natural gas, or liquefied petroleum gas. Their prototype hybrid police responder will be on static display.
Henna: Whether it’s pickups, vans, service bodies, flat beds, box trucks, or customized for a specific vocation, Henna will stand by you!
Event registration is $75 and includes the program, indoor exhibits, outdoor exhibits, food and the ride and drive. Register on line here. Exhibit space is still available inside or outside.
We have a block of rooms reserved at the La Quinta Austin Airport. Use ‘Lone Star’ to receive a rate of $91 plus tax.
Direct questions to Stacy Neef, Executive Director of Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance at 512-773-8794 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lone Star Clean Fuels and the National Alternative Fuel Training Consortium (NAFTC) will host an Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training at Austin Community College on Tuesday, July 25th and Wednesday, July 26th.
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance encourages all trainers of firefighters, law enforcement, Highway Assistance Management, EMS and Tow Truck Drivers to be proactive in their safety training and have the preparation, knowledge, and confidence to respond to situations of any kind.
Tuesday, July 25, 8am – 5 pm
Train-the-Trainer: FIREFIGHTER Training
Registration at 7:30am, includes working breakfast
Wednesday, July 26, 8am – 2pm
Train-the-Trainer: LAW ENFORCEMENT, HIGHWAY ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT, EMS AND TOW DRIVERS
Registration begins at 7:30am, includes working breakfast and lunch.
Location: ACC Campus
4400 College Park Dr.
Round Rock, TX 78665
Cost: $15 (includes lunch)
Widespread electric vehicle adoption requires a supportive ecosystem of stakeholders, from utilities and local governments to vehicle OEMs, charging providers, interest groups, and drivers. The EV Roadmap Conference brings all of these stakeholders together in a highly interactive format to explore emerging trends, share best practices, and map the road ahead.
For more information, visit the conference website.