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Energy Management Institute Offers Education on Alternative Fleet Fuels

July 16, 2002

The Energy Management Institute (EMI) announced that it will be holding an alternative fleet fuels course, September 19, 2002, at the Philadelphia Airport Sheraton Hotel. According to EMI, attendees will learn legislation responsible for alternative fuel mandates, the purpose of the legislation and compliance action, who is behind the push for alternate fuels, which fuels qualify as alternative fuels, how alternative fuels are made and their properties, where to buy alternative fuels and their cost, safe handling of alternative fuels, what types of fueling installations are required by various fuels and their cost, vehicle manufacturers who supply alternate fleet vehicles, how many alternate fleet vehicles your fleet will need, what tax incentives and subsidies are available, the important dates and milestone on the horizon and budget impact and forecast. For more information visit www.energyinstitution.org.
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