Green Fleet Conference 2010 in San Diego, CA was a huge success — with record breaking attendance! The conference sessions were standing room only, the exhibit hall was buzzing with energy. Green Fleet Conference attendees really enjoyed taking out the alternative fuel vehicles for a spin at The Ride & Drive event. If you missed this year, I highly recommend you attend Green Fleet Conference 2011 next year.
Greening your fleet means becoming more efficient – which can result in lowering fleet management costs. A successful green fleet management plan is a win-win for fleet operators and the environment because it will lower costs and reduce fleet emissions.
2010 Green Fleet Speaker Presentations
Here you can find some of the presentations from the 2010 Green Fleet Conference. Click on the links below to open.
Clean Cities – No Longer the Best Kept Secret: Keynote Presentation by Mark Smith, U.S. Department of Energy
Forecast of Energy Outlook to 2050: Keynote Presentation by Mary Beth Stanek, General Motors
How to Develop a Strategy to Implement a Fleet Sustainability Program: Presentation by David Meisel, PG & E
How FedEx Makes Sustainability an Integral Part of its Business Model: Keynote Presentation by Dennis Beal, FedEx Express
How to Stay Up-to-Date on Available DOE and EPA Grants: Co-Presentation by Richard Battersby, UC Davis, and Wendy Dafoe, NREL Fuels & Vehicles Deployment
Vehicle Electrification Technology and Industry Approaches: Presentation by Chris Pick, Ford Motor Company
How are the City & County Fleets Reducing Carbon Footprints Today?: Panel moderated by John Alley, City of San Diego, CA
A Tale of Two Cities Overcoming Economic Obstacles, While Going Green: Presentation by Rick Longobart, City of Santa Ana, CA
The Compelling Case for Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV): Stephe Yborra, NGVAmerica
From “Innovative Solutions on How to Save Money”:
Roush: Presentation by Todd Mouw
Triad Lubrication: Presentation by Mark Dice
TerraPass: Presentation by Julie Wang
Spitz Lift: Presentation by Michael Spitsbergen