NGVAmerica finalizes Annual Meeting and Industry Summit agenda

NGVAmerica finalizes Annual Meeting and Industry Summit agenda

The event is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 23-24, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, California

NGVAmerica has finalized the agenda for “Better Than Zero,” its in-person 2023 Annual Meeting and Industry Summit – scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 23-24, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, California.

According to NGVAmerica, attendees will learn how RNG-fueled vehicles are an affordable and practical solution to lower fuel costs and reduce emissions impact, how to order and accurately spec vehicles based on application and need, fueling options, the importance of team training, service and maintenance schedules, safety considerations and best practices as well as insights from fleets already converting to renewable natural gas, according to the press release.

The newest natural gas vehicle technology – including trucks with the new Cummins 15L X15N engine – will be on-site for attendees to examine and personally experience, the press release notes. NGV23’s Presenting Hosts are Clean Energy Fuels and Chevron/Beyond6.

Who should attend? According to NGVAmerica, anyone interested in understanding the economic and environmental benefits of transitioning to RNG-fueled trucks and learning about the NGV fleet transition process as well as all NGV stakeholders, including industry executives and sustainability officers, fleet professionals and logistics personnel, finance principals, vehicle and equipment manufacturers and service suppliers, utility and LDC leaders, government leaders, and market developers, including RNG facility operators.

Additionally, NGVAmerica’s Board of Directors will convene during the conference, and the three-day agenda will include informative presentations and workshop sessions, recognition of NGV advocates and industry leaders, and an examination of how emerging NGV technologies and new sustainable transport solutions are transforming the goods movement industry, according to NGVAmerica.

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