South Coast Air Quality Management District, SCAG Clean Cities, City of Los Angeles Clean Cities, City of Long Beach Clean Cities, Coachella Valley Clean Cities and Western Riverside Clean Cities

Host Site Coordinators: South Coast Air Quality Management District, SCAG Clean Cities, City of Los Angeles Clean Cities, City of Long Beach Clean Cities, Coachella Valley Clean Cities and Western Riverside Clean Cities

Event Type: Education and Outreach “South Coast Air Quality Management District Clean Vehicle Technology Expo”

Partners/Sponsors: Southern CA Gas Co., Propane, State of CA Energy Commission, CA Environmental Protection Agency, CA Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership, Clean Energy, Freightliner, HEC, FleetOwner, City of Los Angeles, Environmental Affairs Department, U.S. DOE, PERC, CA Energy Commission, CA NGV Partnership, Haaker Equipment Co., Navistar, Inc., Southern CA Edison, Trillium USA, Velocity Vehicle Group, Navistar, Inc., Port of Long Beach Waste Management, American Honda, Applied LNG Technologies, LLC, Balqon Corp., Capacity of Texas, Inc., Complete Coach Works, Creative Bus Sales, Cummins Cal Pacific, HUSS, LLC, Ironman, Kenworth Truck Co., MSRC, Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Subaru of America, TEC of CA, Valley Power Systems, Westport Innovations, A-1 Alternative Fuel Systems, Air Products, Allied Equipment, Inc., BAF Technologies, Emission Solutions, Inc., FuelMaker Corp., Gas Equipment Systems, Inc., Granite Construction Co., Greenfield Compression, Mitchell & Son, Parker Hannifin Corp., U.S. DOE Clean Cities and Whelen

Attendees: 700 Fleet Representatives, Public Agencies, Transit Authorities, Ports and Marine Terminal Operators

Event Highlights: The Clean Vehicle Technology Expo is part of the South Coast AQMD’s overall program to reduce emissions from mobile sources. The Expo Hall featured an array of the latest and most advanced vehicle products, including several “world’s firsts” such as a dedicated electric heavy-duty truck, a CNG plug-in hybrid electric solid waste collection truck, and a variety of additional state-of-the-art alternative and clean fuel vehicles. The NGV pavilion was the largest display ever of natural gas vehicles in the United States! The pavilion showcased fleet operators’ success stories as part of a comprehensive display of products and technologies. The pavilion ranged from light duty to heavy duty and included school buses, municipal buses and refuse trucks.