After months of planning, Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities’ hosted another successful Odyssey Day. The event featured 21 vendors, 33 alternative fuel vehicles and six presentations and demonstrations. More than 300 people attended.
Odyssey Day, an outreach event sponsored by the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), is held to educate the public about alternative fuels and advanced technology vehicles through speakers, demonstrations, training sessions and more.
Rahim Charania of American Fueling Systems led one of the most popular presentations of the day, “CNG: The Myths and Realities”. The discussion covered topics such as fuel prices, financial concerns and infrastructure.
“The technology is there and it’s getting better,” said Rick Price, PRCC’s Coalition Coordinator, during an interview with KDKA. “Our job is to educate the public, do outreach events like this to show the public what is going on.”
To learn more about Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, contact Rick Price at 412-735-4114 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.pgh-cleancities.org
About Clean Cities
Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities (PRCC) is a 501(c)3 organization and is one of 87 Clean Cities coalitions across the country. The coalitions were formed during the 1990s in response to a call from the U.S. Department of Energy to build local coalitions of stakeholders to help fleets reduce their dependence on foreign oil. PRCC has the mission of educating and providing technical support to organizations and individuals that are interested in converting their vehicles to alternative fuels.