7th Annual Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Conference Set for Feb. 13-15
January 2, 2007
• by Staff
– WestStart CALSTART’s 7th Annual Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Conference will be held Feb. 13-15, at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City in California. The conference features a technology and vehicle exhibition with some of the newest products coming to market and latest vehicles in service.
Topics to be discussed include:
Trends in advanced transportation technologies and fuels from the perspective of government regulators, engine and vehicle manufacturers, industry suppliers, and vehicle users.
What are the challenges for the industry to meet the U.S. EPA 2007 and 2010 diesel engine and emissions standards from the perspective of the manufacturers and users?
What clean fuels — fuels cells, hydrogen, hybrid-electric, clean diesel, synthetic fuels, natural gas — will play a significant role in cleaning up heavy-duty vehicles? Which are viable, economical, and can be brought to the mass market in the next decade?
What have been the experiences of users of advanced technologies and fuels in heavy-duty vehicles?
What exciting cutting-edge drivetrain, propulsion systems, and enabling technologies are out there as possible solutions to reducing emissions and increasing fuel economy in heavy-duty vehicles?
Deadline for early conference registration is Jan. 12, after which registration fees increase. For a complete agenda, exhibitor application, or to register online, visit www.cleanheavyduty.org.
Originally posted on Fleet Financials