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Future of Fuels Spring Summit at ACT Expo 2016

Long Beach, CA

 

Date and Time

Thursday May 5, 2016
2:00 pm-4:00 pm PDT


Location

Long Beach, CA


Topics

#Climate Change


Are low fuel prices on a collision course with global climate goals and clean fuel mandates? BSR’s Future of Fuels invites you to its latest stakeholder forum: Driving Toward the Low-Carbon Future, where we will unveil the “Fuel Tool,” which allows fleet managers and fuel buyers to quickly evaluate and compare the climate and other impacts of traditional and alternative fuels and discuss important questions that fleets face:

  • How can companies effectively plan for sustainable low-carbon technologies, and what part of the business case needs to shift to reflect the new reality?
  • How can companies signal interest in clean energy through fleet planning and fuel buying so that suppliers and policymakers provide more economical and clean solutions?

Join this afternoon workshop or stay for the entire Sustainability Day of ACT Expo to learn from leading companies how clean transportation supports their sustainability strategies.

Event Details

Date: Thursday May 5 2016
Time: 1-5:30 p.m.
Location: Long Beach Convention Center 

Registration

To attend the Future of Fuels event, please register via ACT Expo. You can choose to register for the full conference, for Corporate Sustainability Day (Thursday only), or for the Future of Fuels Spring Summit only. All options are available when you click any registration link.

As a partner of ACT Expo, BSR is offering participants a US$50 discount on conference registration. Please use the code BSR50 in the discount code box provided on the final page of the online registration.

If registering for the full conference or Corporate Sustainability Day pass, please remember to check the “BSR Future of Fuels Spring Summit” option on the third page.

There is no additional charge to attend the Future of Fuels event with an ACT Expo full conference or Corporate Sustainability Day registration. If you choose to attend only the Future of Fuels event, the fee will be US$75.

More Information

To learn more about the event, Future of Fuels, or BSR’s Fuel Tool, please contact Nate Springer.

About ACT Expo
The Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, slated for May 2-5, 2016 in Southern California, is North America’s largest clean vehicle event, representing all weight classes and alternative fuels. This year’s conference will feature Corporate Sustainability Day, in partnership with BSR and their Future of Fuels Summit, to bring together executives and fleet operators to highlight the role of transportation in environmental responsibility and discuss ways for organizations to significantly reduce their carbon footprint. 

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