CALSTART: Workshop - Advanced Clean Vehicles: Working to Ensure Sustainability
September 27th, 2011 7:30 AM
21865 E. Copley Drive Room GB Diamond Bar, CA91765 United States
We may finally be at a turning point for advanced technology passenger vehicles and light trucks after several false starts. Efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions standards that are currently under development will reshape the light duty vehicle market over the next decade, and zero emission vehicle mandates in California and other states will push increasing numbers of plug in and fuel cell vehicles to market.
However, are these standards and programs enough? Is the NAT GAS Act sufficient for expanding the natural gas vehicle market? What is the role of incentives and complementary policies? This workshop is a dialogue among key stakeholders on what is needed to ensure the success of the advanced clean light-duty vehicles market, with a focus on fleets as early adopters and bridges to the broader consumer market. Policy makers, regulators, fleets, LDV OEMs, suppliers, NGOs, infrastructure providers, fuel providers and other interested parties are encouraged to participate in creating the solutions.
When and where
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
South Coast Air Quality Management District
21865 Copley Dr
Diamond Bar, California
Continental breakfast begins at 7:30am and the full program commences at 8:30am