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Showcasing Successes in Advanced Clean Vehicle Technologies and Alternative Fuels

May 4-6, 2011, Long Beach Convention Center

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Welcome from Clean Energy Dear Conference Participants: Welcome to the 2011 Alternative Clean Transportation Expo. We are delighted to host this forum along with our co-sponsors to share the latest news about America’s transition to natural gas — the next transportation fuel. In the United States, transportation accounts for over 60% of petroleum use, and over 60% of petroleum is imported. This foreign oil costs America more than $500 billion annually; many rank this practice as the greatest transfer of wealth in economic history. Of the total oil imported, about one-third comes from OPEC countries. Transportation industry leaders increasingly recognize that America needs to quickly reduce its dependence on foreign oil while simultaneously reducing greenhouse gases and urban pollution. Simply stated, natural gas is cheaper, cleaner, abundant and American. We have tremendous natural gas reserves in the United States and Canada. Oil and natural gas experts are projecting that we have enough domestically available natural gas to meet our needs for 150 years. In addition to traditional exploration and production, we are now generating renewable natural gas from landfills, dairy farms and sewage treatment plants.

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It’s clear that with natural gas we can move our country towards energy independence, while cleaning the air, reducing our carbon footprint, and most importantly, saving money. Natural gas is substantially cheaper than diesel and gasoline. In fact, natural gas is the least cost alternative available today. Fleets can significantly reduce fuel budgets with savings at as much as $2.00 per gallon — and the economics will get better as diesel and gasoline prices continue their upward spiral. Finally, let’s remember the business imperative for sustainability and reduced environmental impact. Using America’s fuel accomplishes both, but it also keeps American dollars at home while creating jobs and economic prosperity. This is the solution for America. The conference this year has assembled an outstanding gathering of industry experts. I encourage you to tap this expertise so that you can discover how natural gas vehicles will work for your fleet. Millions of natural gas vehicles are operating in other countries around the world. It is time for the United States to realize the cheaper, cleaner, abundant, and American benefits of natural gas. Good luck and I hope you enjoy the conference. Sincerely,

James N. Harger Chief Operating Officer


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Welcome Letters Planning Committees Conference Map Locations at a Glance Agenda Exhibitor Listing Expo Hall Layout Vehicle Listing Keynote Speakers Speakers Partners, Sponsors, & Exhibitors Notes Messages from Sponsors & Exhibitors

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Welcome Letters

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LONG BEACH OFFICE 115 PINE AVENUE, SUITE 430 LONG BEACH, CA 90802 (562) 495-4766 FAX (562) 495-1876 PARAMOUNT OFFICE 16401 PARAMOUNT BOULEVARD PARAMOUNT, CA 90723 (562) 529-6659 FAX (562) 529-6662

EDUCATION CHAIR

California State Senate SENATOR

ALAN LOWENTHAL TWENTY-SEVENTH SENATE DISTRICT

Representing the communities of Artesia, Avalon, Bellflower, Cerritos, Downey, Florence-Graham, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Long Beach, Lynwood, Paramount, Signal Hill, South Gate and Willowbrook

E-mail:senator.lowenthal@sen.ca.gov www.sen.ca.gov/lowenthal

LEGISLATIVE ETHICS VICE-CHAIR SELECT COMMITTEE ON SUSTAINABLE SCHOOL FACILITIES CHAIR SUBCOMMITTEE ON CALIFORNIA PORTS & GOODS MOVEMENT CHAIR MEMBER BUDGET & FISCAL REVIEW BUDGET SUBCOMMITTEE #2 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INSURANCE TRANSPORTATION & HOUSING

Welcome Letters

CAPITOL OFFICE P.O. BOX 942848 SACRAMENTO, CA 94248-0001 (916) 651-4027 FAX (916) 327-9113

May 2011 Dear Friends: It is my pleasure to welcome you to Long Beach and extend greetings to the participants and attendees of the 2011 Alternative Clean Transportation "ACT" Expo. I have worked for many years to improve air quality and appreciate the opportunity to show my support for alternative fuels and clean vehicle technologies. California has long been a leader in innovations to protect our environment. The continued investment and development of alternative fuels and clean vehicle technologies will spur economic growth and help us to reduce dependence on foreign oil. I look forward to working together to promote the development and employment of new and emerging technologies to produce cleaner transportation and improve our air quality. Sincerely,

Alan S. Lowenthal State Senator, 27th District

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DISTRICT OFFICE 4201 LONG BEACH BLVD., SUITE 327 LONG BEACH, CA 90807 (562) 989-2919 FAX (562) 989-5494

WARREN T. FURUTANI

ASSEMBLYMEMBER, FIFTY FIFTH DISTRICT

Welcome Letters

STATE CAPITOL P.O. BOX 942849 SACRAMENTO, CA 94249-0055 (916) 319-2055 FAX (916) 319-2155

Dear Friends: It is my honor to welcome you to the 2011 Alternative Clean Transportation Expo here in Long Beach! Over the next few days we’ll hear many great success stories, learn about funding opportunities and challenge ourselves to continue to develop, foster and implement clean transportation technology in our community. As the State Assemblymember representing the 55th District encompassing parts of the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, Alameda Corridor and the freeways which move goods, cargo and passengers across the nation. Bringing the most brilliant minds from across the globe to our very own backyard is extremely exciting and I can think of no better location then near one of the world’s largest port complex’s and a region where communities fight for cleaner air and emerging technologies. As a member of the Assembly’s Utilities and Commerce Committee, and Chair of the Assembly’s Select Committee on Career and Technical Education, I know the role each of you play in ensuring the future success of transportation and putting people back to work. I stand ready to work with you to move forward. Again, Welcome to Long Beach and the 2011 ACT Expo! Sincerely, WARREN T. FURUTANI California Assemblymember, 55th AD

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Welcome Letters

TRANSPORTATION, CHAIR STATE CAPITOL P.O. BOX 942849 SACRAMENTO, CA 94249-0054 (916) 319-2054 (916) 319-2154 FAX DISTRICT OFFICE 3711 LONG BEACH BOULEVARD SUITE 801 LONG BEACH, CA 90807 (562) 997-0794 (562) 997-0799 FAX

SELECT COMMITTEE ON PORTS, CHAIR

BONNIE LOWENTHAL

ASSEMBLYMEMBER, FIFTY-FOURTH DISTRICT

MEMBER: ACCOUNTABILITY AND ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW HEALTH EVVIRONMENTAL SAFETY & TOXIC MATERIALS LEGISLATIVE ETHICS

April 15, 2011

Dear Friends: Warmest greetings to everyone gathered for the 2011 Alternative Clean Transportation "ACT" Expo. I am pleased to join you in my hometown, and show my support for alternative fuels and clean vehicle technologies.

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As chair of the California State Assembly Committee on Transportation, I am inspired by the progress of clean technology. I want to see continued investment in, and advancement of, technologies that bring jobs, clean the air, and lessen our dependence on fossil fuels. I’m convinced we can build a cleaner, smarter future if we pull together on these common goals. That’s why I encourage you to keep up your good work. Sincerely,

 BONNIE LOWENTHAL Assemblymember, 54th District


High-Volume Fleet Committee

Collectively, this group manages thousands of vehicles across all alternative fuel types and oversees some of the most innovative fleet operations and refueling infrastructure in the country. • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Mike Britt, Director of Maintenance & Engineering, Ground Fleet, UPS Mark Butler, Project Manager and Technical Advisor, City of Los Angeles Tim Conlon, President, California Yellow Cab in Orange County Tim Denny, Vice President–Administration, Chesapeake Energy Katie Dugan, Associate Director–Fleet Operations, AT&T Tony Eiermann, North America Fleet Asset Manager, Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Joe Gold, Head of Fleet Engineering, Frito Lay Hector Madariaga, Director of Fleet Services, Sempra Energy Ralph Merced, Transit Maintenance Director, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Scott Perry, Group Director–Vehicle Supply Management, Ryder Systems Inc. Kevin Richardson, Facilities Manager, The Parking Spot Matt Stewart, Senior Automotive Equipment Analyst, Department of Fleet Management, City of Chicago Marty Tufte, Western Group Fleet Director, Waste Management

Clean Cities Committee

Members of this group are experts in facilitating the development of public-private partnerships and alternative fuel projects of all sizes. This committee offers the benefit of years of research and experience in deployment and infrastructure projects working intensely towards the goal of petroleum use reduction in the United States. • Pamela Burns, Co-Coordinator, Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition and Communications Coordinator, North Central Texas Council of Governments • Robin Erickson, Director, Utah Clean Cities Coalition • Christina Ficicchia, Executive Director and Coordinator, Lower Hudson Valley Clean Cities Coalition • Lee Grannis, Coordinator, New Haven Clean Cities Coalition • Chelsea Jenkins, Executive Director and Coordinator, Virginia Clean Cities Coalition • Wayne King, Coordinator, Los Angeles Clean Cities Coalition • Greg Newhouse, Coordinator, San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition • Sam Spofforth, Executive Director, Clean Fuels Ohio • Richard Steinhaus, Primary Coordinator, Long Beach Clean Cities Coalition

Conference Planning Committee

The committee members provided the benefits of their industry expertise, networks, and perspectives to ensure conference programming that is productive for sponsors and attendees alike. • • • • •

Bob Carrick, Western Region Vocational Manager-Natural Gas, Freightliner Chuck Haas, Senior Market Advisor, Clean Transportation, Southern California Gas Company Chad Lindholm, General Manager, Western Region, Clean Energy Matt Miyasato, Assistant Deputy Executive Officer, South Coast Air Quality Management District Dennis Smith, National Clean Cities Director, U.S. Department of Energy Hal Snyder, Vice President, Customer Programs, Southern California Gas Company • Greg Treinen, Segment Manager - Product Marketing, Freightliner • Peter Ward, Manager, Alternative and Renewable Fuel & Vehicle Technology Program, California Energy Commission • Greg Zilberfarb, Commercialization and Outreach Project Manager, Propane Education Research Council

Planning Committees

The conference Planning Committee provided direction throughout the planning process on topics relevant to a variety of stakeholder groups. The input from these committee members was used to steer conference programming and develop a balanced agenda that incorporated all areas of alternative fuels and clean vehicle technologies. Organizers wish to thank Committee members for the generosity of their time, creativity, and resources.

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Conference Map

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TIME

ACTIVITY

ROOM

8:45 a.m.

Conference Opening

104

9:00 a.m.

Plenary Session #1

104

10:30 a.m.

Coffee Break

104 Foyer

11:00 a.m.

Breakout Session #1 1. Light Duty 2. Medium and Heavy Duty Vocational Applications 3. Heavy Duty Trucking 4. Infrastructure

101A 102BC 103AB 101B

12:30 p.m.

Industry Announcements

104

1:00 p.m.

Luncheon Keynote Address

104

2:00 p.m.

Expo Hall Grand Opening

Expo Hall A

3:30 p.m.

Breakout Session #2 1. Light Duty 2. Vocational Applications, Bus & Transit 3. Vocational Applications, Refuse 4. Vocational Applications, Pick Up & Delivery 5. Heavy Duty Trucking

102BC 101A 102A 103AB 101B

5:00 p.m.

Evening Reception

Expo Hall A

FRIDAY, MAY 6 TIME

ACTIVITY

ROOM

8:30 a.m.

Day Two Opening Remarks

104

8:45 a.m.

Plenary Session #2

104

10:30 a.m.

Keynote Address

104

11:00 a.m.

Breakout Session #3 1. CARB’s Zero Emission Bus (ZEB) Rule 2. Moving Towards Zero Emission Freight Movement 3. Electric Drive Light and Medium Duty 4. Renewable Biofuels

102BC 103AB 101A 101B

12:30 p.m.

Luncheon Ride & Drive

Expo Hall A Parking Lot

2:30 p.m.

Breakout Session #4 1. Corridors 2. Clustering 3. Getting to Retail

103AB 102BC 101B

4:00 p.m.

Plenary Session #3

104

ACT at a Glance

THURSDAY, MAY 5

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Agenda

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2011 10:00 a.m. Technical Tours Begin Technical tours provide a truly unique opportunity to visit some of the world’s largest and most cutting-edge alternative fuel vehicle operations, fueling infrastructure, maintenance shops, and more. These tours highlight groundbreaking projects being funded by the DOE Clean Cities ARRA Program, California’s AB 118 Program, the South Coast AQMD, Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and others. These tours provide a unique opportunity to “kick the tires,” talk one-on-one with end-users, and see alternative fuel operations first hand. All tours depart from the Pine Avenue entrance to the Long Beach Convention Center and return at approximately 4:00 p.m.

TOUR #1, Departs at 12:00 p.m. REPUBLIC SERVICES TIME FILL CNG REFUSE & CUTTING-EDGE LNG PORT TRUCK FUELING STATION presented by Platinum Sponsor Clean Energy

TOUR #2, Departs at 1:00 p.m. LARGE SCALE PROPANE FLEET OPERATIONS presented by Platinum Sponsor PERC: The Propane Education and Research Council

TOUR #3, Departs at 10:00 a.m. CITY OF LOS ANGELES NGV SHOWCASE & RYDER’S NATURAL GAS TRUCK RENTAL PROGRAM presented by Platinum Sponsor Freightliner and Ryder System, Inc.

5:00 p.m. Opening Reception

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THURSDAY, MAY 5, 2011 All events take place in the General Session (104) unless otherwise noted.

7:30 a.m. Registration Opens 8:45 a.m. Conference Welcome

Mayor Bob Foster, City of Long Beach

9:00 a.m. Plenary Session #1: An Executive Roundtable Discussion, “The Alternative Fuel and Clean Vehicle Technology Industry: A Look Towards 2050 and Beyond” The alternative fuel and advanced clean transportation technology industries have come a long way in a relatively short period of time; but what will the energy landscape look like over the next five, 10, 20, 50 and 100 years? Which leaders, fuels and technologies will drive the future energy economy in the transport sector? This panel of industry experts will debate these questions in a moderated roundtable discussion. No long slide presentations here: this dialogue-based session sets the stage for ACT Expo by framing the longterm issues surrounding alternative fuels and advanced clean technology progress.

MODERATOR: Judith Mitchell, Board Member, South Coast Air Quality Management District • Roy Willis, President, Propane Education and Research Council • Hal Snyder, Vice President, Sempra Energy Utilities • Joe Jobe, Executive Director, National Biodiesel Board • Jim Harger, Chief Marketing Officer, Clean Energy Fuels • Bill Kahn, Manager of Advanced Concepts, Peterbilt Motors • Alex Keros, Senior Project Engineer, Electric & Hydrogen Infrastructure, General Motors


Room 101A 1. Light Duty

Room 102BC 2. Medium and Heavy Duty Vocational Applications

Room 103AB 3. Heavy Duty Trucking

MODERATOR: John Sledge, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Landi Renzo USA

MODERATOR: Brian Feehan, Vice President, Propane Education and Research Council

MODERATOR: Jeff Macartney, President, Crossroads Equipment Lease & Finance

• Elmer Hardy, Senior Manager, Alternative Fuel Vehicles and New Business Development, American Honda Motor Company, Inc. Honda’s 2020 Vision

• Doug Yglesias, Technical Services Development Manager, Parker Hannifin The Answer to Reduction of Air and Noise Pollution While Decreasing Fuel Consumption: The Parker Advanced Series Hybrid Drive System

• Jonathan Burke, Vice President, International Development & External Affairs, Westport Innovations Natural Gas Heavy Duty Engines and Fuel Choices - Options Abound

• Mike McGarry, Alternative Energy Fleet Sales Manager, General Motors GM’s Alternative Energy Product Update • Gerry Koss, North America Fleet Marketing Manager, Ford Motor Company Blueprint for Sustainability • Alexander Freitag, Director of Diesel Systems Engineering for North America, Bosch Diesel Systems North America The Past, Present, and Future of Clean Diesel • Martin Reineman, Office of Transportation and Air Quality, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency New Compliance Options for Vehicle/Engine Conversions to Clean Alternative Fuels

• Mike Stark, Senior Technical Sales Manager, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation Advanced Powertrain Technologies for Walk In Step Vans • Todd Mouw, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Roush CleanTech Propane Autogas: Greening Your Bottom Line • Scott Carson, National Sales Director, Smith Electric Vehicles EV Applications: Lesson Learned to Speed Future Deployment • James Labonte, Sales and Marketing Manager, Eaton 150 Million Miles of Road Service

• Andy Douglas, National Sales Manager, Kenworth Truck Company The Growing Footprint of NGVs • Robert Carrick, Western Region Vocational Manager-Natural Gas, Freightliner The Voice of the Customer • Tony McQuary, Senior Director, Peterbilt Motors Company The Fast Approaching Future: Peterbilt’s Natural Gas and Alternative Fuel Strategy

Room 101B 4. Infrastructure MODERATOR: Peter Ward, Program Manager, Alternative Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, California Energy Commission

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Breakout Session #1: “Innovation at Work: New Technologies and Advancements in Clean Transportation”

• Bryan Luftglass, Energy Segment Manager, Linde Group From Infrastructure to ‘Intrastructure’: If You Come, We Will Build It • Osvaldo del Campo, Chief Executive Officer, Galileo Coming to America: International CNG Equipment for the U.S. Market • Darren Engle, Director of Marketing, Blue Star Gas & Alliance AutoGas Partner Right Here, Right Now: Why Fleets Across America are Choosing Propane Autogas • Kristen Helsel, Vice President/EV Solutions, AeroVironment Convenient Charging Solutions for Fleets, Consumers, and Commercial Customers • Jordan McRobie, Regional Coordinator, California Fuel Cell Partnership Roadmap to Hydrogen Highways

10:30 a.m. Coffee Break Sponsored by Encana 11:00 a.m. Breakout Session #1: “Innovation at Work: New Technologies and Advancements in Clean Transportation” (see inset above) Never before has the alternative fuel and advanced clean transportation technology industry seen such a tremendous variety of product available to the market. This breakout session will showcase the very latest in the clean vehicle and equipment offerings across a variety of weight classes and application types. Hear from an assortment of OEMs, component and system developers, fuel providers, emission solution providers, and infrastructure developers to obtain a well-rounded view of the latest clean and alternative fuel technologies available in the marketplace today. Ample time for Q&A and discussion amongst panelists will provide first hand insight into the real and practical costs, challenges and benefits to each of these technologies.

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Breakout Session #2: “Fleet Recipes for Winning Project Development: Assembling Partners, Technologies, and Funding for Long-Term Success” Room 102BC 1. Light Duty

Room 101A 2. Vocational Applications, Bus & Transit

Room 102A 3. Vocational Applications, Refuse

Room 103AB 4. Vocational Applications, Pick Up & Delivery

MODERATOR: Annabel Cook, Alternative Fuel Vehicle Consultant, American Honda Motor Company, Inc.

MODERATOR: Gordon Exel, Vice President and General Manager, Americas, Cummins Westport

MODERATOR: Dean Saito, Manager, Mobile Source Strategies, South Coast Air Quality Management District

MODERATOR: Tony Orta, Asset Manager, Fleet Services, Southern California Gas Company

MODERATOR: Bill Zobel, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Trillium USA

• Tim Denny, Vice President, Administration, Chesapeake Energy Chesapeake’s NGV Strategy and Program Progression

• Nick Portonova, Transportation Director, Deer Valley Unified School District Biodiesel in the Desert

• Chuck White, Director, Regulatory Affairs, Waste Management The Nation’s Largest Natural Gas Refuse Fleet

• Jeff Shefchik, President, Paper Transport Paper Transport’s CNG Over-the-Road Trucking Operations

• Matt Stewart, Senior Automotive Equipment Analyst, City of Chicago Maximizing E85 usage in flex-fuel vehicles

• John Drayton, Manager, Vehicle Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority A Billion Miles on CNG

• Scott Perry, Group Director – Vehicle Supply Management, Ryder Natural Gas for the Commercial Transportation Market

• Greg Tabak, Director, Business Rental Sales, Enterprise Rental Program Enterprise Rent-A-Car Is All Charged Up About EVs

• George Karbowski, Director of Operations and Maintenance, Foothill Transit The Foothill Transit Ecoliner - A Project Management Case Study

• Alex Helou, Assistant Director, Solid Resources • Tony Eiermann, North Group, City of Los Angeles America Fleet Asset Manager, Coca Cola Implementation of a Refreshments Clean, Low-Carbon Fuel Coca-Cola Refreshments Program for City of Los – Largest Hybrid Electric Angeles’ Solid Resources Fleet in North America Collection Fleet: Benefits and Challenges • Joe Gold, Head of Fleet Engineering, Frito Lay • Vance Kemler, General Manager, Solid Waste, Building a Leading Fleet Sustainability Program: City of Denton, Texas Lessons Learned Alternative Fuels and Technology in Texas • Chris Rice, Clean Energy Refuse Fleets Program Manager, • Kurt Bratton, Market State of Maryland & Vice President, Republic Clean Cities Coordinator, Services Maryland Energy Growing a Green Fleet for Administration National Operations Maryland Hybrid Truck Initiative

• Tom Armstrong, Director of Fleet, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Pushing the Button on Propane Technology

• Rolando Cruz, Executive Director and VicePresident, Long Beach Transit Gasoline Hybrid - A Stepping Stone to Future Technology

Room 101B 5. Heavy Duty Trucking

• Greg Braun, Border Valley Trading Overcoming Challenges Heavy Duty LNG Fleet • Mike Britt, Director of Maintenance & Engineering, Ground Fleet, UPS UPS Green Fleet • Matt Montford, Transportation Sales Manager, States Logistics Biodiesel “Saving the World One Truckload at a Time!”

• Tom Hopkins, Department Head-Central Warehouse & Distribution, Wright & Filippis The Right Partners, Right Time, Wright Results

12:30 p.m. Industry Announcements 1:00 p.m. Luncheon in the Promenade Ballroom Keynote Address Sponsored by Sempra Utilities: Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas & Electric, and Chesapeake Energy

Introduction of Keynote Speaker Hal Snyder, Vice President, Sempra Energy Utilities

Kathryn Clay, Executive Director, Clean American Transportation Alliance (CATA)


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Recent advancements in horizontal drilling and hydraulic shale fracturing technologies have led to a modern revolution in the natural gas industry. With more than 100 years of proven reserves, natural gas is quickly shaping up to a dominant alternative transportation fuel in the 21st century. Hear how natural gas utilities and producers are working together to expand the role natural gas will play in enhancing national and energy security, improving air quality, and providing North America with a more affordable and secure transportation fuel.

2:00 p.m. Expo Hall Grand Opening in Expo Hall A 3:30 p.m. Breakout Session #2: “Fleet Recipes for Winning Project Development: Assembling Partners, Technologies, and Funding for Long-Term Success” (see inset on previous page) The nation’s largest and most cutting-edge alternative fuel and advanced clean transportation are on display here; showcased by the fleets and end-users responsible for these stories of success. This peer-to-peer information exchange not only highlights these groundbreaking project efforts, where literally thousands of advanced technology vehicles are being purchased and deployed into commercial service, but it provides the recipe for successful project development. The recipe includes tips on technology and equipment selection, building the right partnerships, innovative thinking, a keen awareness of available opportunities, and a dash of good timing. See how real-world fleets are able to methodically approach the various steps of project development in order to deliver winning and effective project development strategies - strategies that result in successful vehicle deployments and a growing network of refueling infrastructure.

5:00 p.m. Evening Reception in Expo Hall A Sponsored by Chesapeake Energy and Sempra Utilities: Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas & Electric 7:00 p.m. Day One Adjourns

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011 All events take place in the General Session (104) unless otherwise noted.

7:30 a.m. Registration Opens 8:30 a.m. Day Two Opening Remarks

Assembly Member Bonnie Lowenthal, Chair, State Transportation Committee

8:45 a.m. Plenary Session #2: An Executive Roundtable Discussion, “Getting to Zero: Criteria Pollutants, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Fuel Use Reductions” Rising fuel prices, energy security and greenhouse gas emissions are among the key topics that have recently dominated transportation headlines. With U.S. EPA planning to issue revised ozone standards in the summer of 2011, the number of counties in North America designated as non-attainment status could increase by as much as 73 percent. This opening plenary session reminds stakeholders that the future marketplace for zero and near-zero emission alternative fuels and technologies will play a critical role in meeting federal, state and regional air quality attainment standards. The panel will discuss the challenges, opportunities and synergies presented via overlapping emission and energy policies.

MODERATOR: David Abel, Publisher / Editor-In-Chief, Verde Xchange News • Peter Greenwald, Senior Policy Advisor, South Coast Air Quality Management District • James Boyd, Commissioner and Vice Chair, California Energy Commission • Kerry Drake, Associate Director, Air Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX • Richard Corey, Chief, Stationary Source Division, California Air Resources Board • Gwen Marelli, Director of Commercial & Industrial Services, Southern California Gas Company

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Agenda

Breakout Session #3: “Getting to Zero” Room 102BC 1. CARB’s Zero Emission Bus (ZEB) Rule

Room 103AB Room 101A 2. Moving Towards Zero Emission 3. Electric Drive Light and Medium Duty Trucks for Regional Freight Movement

MODERATOR: Gerhard Achtelik, Zero Emission Bus Manager, California Air Resources Board

MODERATOR: Matt Miyasato, Assistant Deputy Executive Officer, Technology Advancement Office, South Coast Air Quality Management District

MODERATOR: Diane Wittenberg, Executive Director and Chairman, California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative

MODERATOR: Ron Goodman, Manager, Emerging Resources Market Development, Southern California Gas Company

• Adrian Alvarez, Project Manager Highway Programs Gateway Cities/Southeast Area Team, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority Technology Need: Zero Emission Trucks for the I-710 Expansion Project

• Dave Hurst, Senior Analyst, Smart Transportation Advisory Service, Pike Research Driving Electric Vehicles Towards Mainstream

• Chuck White, Director of Regulatory Affairs/West, Waste Management Closing the Loop: Renewable Fuels from Waste

• Stephen Ellis, Manager, Alternative Fuel Vehicle Sales and Marketing, Honda Transformative Transportation Technologies

• Harrison Clay, President, Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, Clean Energy Fuels Biomethane Vehicle Fuel

• Jeffrey Reed, Director – Market Development & Emerging Technology, Sempra Energy Utilities Natural Gas Solutions to the Z-Bus Challenge • John Drayton, Manager, Vehicle Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Los Angeles Metro – ZEB Program • Joshua Goldman, Director of Business Development, Proterra Inc. Proterra’s Zero Emissions FastCharge Battery and Fuel Cell Hybrid Buses

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• Dana Kaplinski, Manager, Transportation Business, UTC Power Ready for Zero: Fuel Cells for Transit Buses

• Wilfried Achenbach, Senior Vice President, Engineering & Technology, Daimler Trucks North America Here and Now: An OEM’s Perspective on US EPA 2010 Emissions, 2014 Standards, and an Alternative Fuels Menu • John Duffy, Manager, Kenworth Truck Company, Advanced Technology Concepts Group Next Generation Technology: The Importance of Public Agency Funding Programs and Gaining Confidence in True Market Potential • Balwinder Samra, Chief Executive Officer, Balqon Corporation Future of Zero Emission Freight Transportation

• Gerry Koss, North America Fleet Marketing Manager, Ford Motor Company Electrification - The Power of Choice • Alex Keros, Senior Project Engineer, Electric & Hydrogen Infrastructure, General Motors General Motor’s Advanced Propulsion Strategy • Melissa Howell, Executive Director, Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition Hybrid Horsepower for Kentucky Schools

Room 101B 4. Renewable Biofuels

• Robert White, Director of Market Development, Renewable Fuels Association Second Generation Biofuels • Arun Basu, Institute Engineer, Gas Technology Institute Near Term Strategies for Greening of Propane as a Transportation Fuel • Ihab Farag, Chemical Engineering Department, University of New Hampshire Microalgae Biodiesel: The Sustainable Alternative Fuel

10:30 a.m. Keynote Address

Martin Daum, President and Chief Executive Officer, Daimler Trucks North America

Faced with increasingly stringent emission and efficiency standards and multiple technology paths and fuel options, realizing success in the commercial truck market has never been so challenging. Hear what it takes to not only be North America’s leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer, but to also lead the market in offering a wide range of advanced technology and alternative fuel products. Learn how partnerships and collaboration are critical elements of a successful business execution strategy and gain a glimpse into the future of the ultraefficient and alternative fuel truck sector.

11:00 a.m. Breakout Session #3: “Getting to Zero” (see inset above) These breakout sessions will explore how policy goals and continued technological advancements are allowing tomorrow’s alternative fuels and vehicles to improve fuel economy, increase the use of renewable energy sources, and reduce the overall environmental footprint of the automotive sector to near zero emissions.

12:30 p.m. Luncheon in Expo Hall A Sponsored by American Honda Ride & Drive Sponsored by Delta Liquid Energy


Room 103AB 1. Corridors

Room 102BC 2. Clustering

Room 101B 3. Getting to Retail

MODERATOR: Rebecca Schenker, Senior Associate, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates

MODERATOR: Jennifer Weaver, Outreach & Education Specialist, National Biodiesel Board

MODERATOR: Robin Erickson, Southern Director, Utah Clean Cities Coalition

• Lynn Lyon, Manager, Strategic Projects Domestic Operations, Pioneer Natural Resources Company The Texas Clean Transportation Triangle

• Mark Butler, Project Manager/Technical Advisor, City of Los Angeles Planning, Building, and Maintaining The Alt Fuel Infrastructure

• Matt Horton, Chief Executive Officer, Propel The Last Mile: Empowering Consumers to Drive Change

• David Hill, Vice President of Natural Gas Economy Operations, Encana Natural Gas A North American View of Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure - Integration of CNG, LNG and Public/Private Access

• Aleka Seville, Transportation Specialist, Alameda County General Services Agency Regional Collaboration: How Fleets Can Move EVs Forward

• Greg Roche, Vice President, National Accounts and Infrastructure, Clean Energy Fuels Clean Energy’s CNG and LNG Infrastructure Plan; Infrastructure Planning for National and Regional Fleets

• Adrene Briones, West Coast Utilities Representative, ECOtality North America Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Planning

• Matt Zerega, Electric Transportation Manager, San Diego Gas & Electric Getting San Diego Plug In Ready

• Tim Brown, Technical Manager, Sustainable Transportation, University of California, Irvine Hydrogen Fuel Station Clustering in Southern California

• Mike Lewis, General Manager, Pearson Fuels Retail Alternative Fuels - 10 Years of Lessons Learned

• Jeffrey M. Kissel, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Gas Company of Hawaii The Hawaii Hydrogen Initiative • Chelsea Jenkins, Executive Director, Virginia Clean Cities Coalition and Project Administrator, Southeast Propane Autogas Development Program If You Build It: Expanding Propane Autogas Infrastructure in the Southeast • Jeff Doyle, Director, Public/Private Partnerships, Washington State Department of Transportation West Coast Green Highway: I-5 Electric Highway

• Jake Millan, Fleet Sales Manager, Propel Fuels Creating the Infrastructure to Support Today’s Vehicles and Tomorrow’s Fuels

2:30 p.m. Breakout Session #4: “Infrastructure: Planning Models” (see inset above) Successful alternative fuel planning requires the development of a robust and strategically planned infrastructure system that works seamlessly to support everyday fleet operational and consumer needs. These sessions will review existing successful, scalable models that point the way to long-term sustainable expansions of alternative fuel infrastructure networks.

4:00 p.m. Plenary Session #3: An Executive Roundtable Discussion, “Who’s Going to Pay for This? – A Dialogue on Funding for Clean Technology” Critical to the success of any RD&D, commercialization, infrastructure, or vehicle deployment project is a wellfunded and supported business plan. What remains unclear however is how the extreme budget crises facing local, federal and state governments will affect future funding opportunities, particularly in a “post-Stimulus world.” As the economy works towards recovery and the significant boost received via Recovery Act (ARRA) funding fades away, panelists will discuss and debate what future successful project funding models will look like and identify ways that the revolution can be funded.

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Breakout Session #4: “Infrastructure: Planning Models”

MODERATOR: Joseph Lyou, President and Chief Executive Officer, Coalition for Clean Air • Dennis Smith, National Clean Cities Director, U.S. Department of Energy • Stephen Crolius, Senior Director, Transportation, Clinton Climate Initiative • Susan McSherry, Program Manager, Alternative Fuels Program, New York City Department of Transportation • David Haugen, Team Lead, Market Development, Natural Gas Economy Strategic Planning, Encana Natural Gas

5:00 p.m. Program Adjourns

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EXPO HALL VEHICLE DISPLAY LIST NATURAL GAS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Big Blue CNG Motor Coach (Chesapeake Energy) Chevrolet Express CNG Cargo Van (Model Year 2011) Chevrolet Express CNG Van (Greenkraft) Chevrolet Silverado CNG Pickup Truck (Greenkraft) Chevrolet Silverado Service Body CNG Pickup Truck (Southern California Gas Company) 6. Ford Bi-Fuel CNG Transit Connect (IMPCO) 7. Ford CNG Transit Connect – BAF/Soritmo Cargo Conversion (Clean Energy) 8. Ford E-250 CNG Cargo Van (Landi Renzo) 9. Ford E-250 CNG Cargo Van (AT&T) 10. Ford E-450 CNG Transit Bus (Clean Energy) 11. Freightliner Cascadia 113 CNG Tractor 12. Freightliner M2 112 CNG Stake Body Truck 13. Freightliner M2 112 CNG Tractor + 53ft Trailer (Ryder) 14. Freightliner M2 112 LNG Tractor (Sysco Foods) 15. GM Impala CNG Sedan (IMPCO) 16. GMC Sierra 2500HD CNG Pickup Truck (Landi Renzo) 17. HME Ahrens-Fox CNG Custom Fire Engine 18. Honda Civic GX CNG Sedan (Model Year 2011) 19. International ProStar MaxxForce 13 Dual-Fuel Tractor (LNG) 20. JAC Model 1061 Cab Forward CNG Truck (Greenkraft) 21. Kenworth T440 LNG Tractor (Coca-Cola) 22. Kenworth T800 LNG Aerocab Sleeper Tractor 23. NABI CNG Articulated Transit Bus (Santa Monica Big Blue Bus) 24. Peterbilt 320 Refuse Collection CNG Truck 25. Peterbilt 384 Extended Day Cab LNG Tractor 26. Starcraft Allstar CNG School Bus 27. Thomas Built School Bus CNG Saf-T-Liner HDX

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Chevrolet Volt (Model Year 2011) Freightliner M2 106 Diesel Hybrid Electric Truck Kenworth T370 Diesel Hybrid Electric Truck (Coca-Cola) Ford Hybrid Electric C-Max Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MY 2013) Quantum Plug-In Electric/ Hybrid Escape PHEV (SCAQMD)

ELECTRIC 33. Balqon Nautilus XE20 34. FCCC Electric Walk-in Van 35. Ford Electric Transit Connect (AT&T)

PROPANE 36. Envirogard Zero Turn Propane Commercial Lawn Mower (PERC) 37. Ferris Propane Commercial Lawnmower (Delta Liquid Energy) 38. Ford E-250 Propane Cargo Van (ROUSH CleanTech) 39. Ford E-450 Propane Cutaway Van (PERC) 40. Ford E-450 Propane Cutaway Van (ROUSH CleanTech) 41. Ford Expedition Dual Fuel Propane/Gasoline SUV (Blue Star Gas)

HYDROGEN 42. Honda FCX Clarity Hydrogen Sedan

RIDE & DRIVE VEHICLES NATURAL GAS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Buick CNG Lucerne (Landi Renzo) Ford Transit Connect CNG Vehicle Freightliner M2 112 Single-Axle CNG Tractor Freightliner M2 112 Tandem-Axle CNG Tractor (Ryder) Freightliner M2 112 Tandem-Axle LNG Tractor (Ryder) Honda Civic GX CNG Sedan (MY 2011)

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Ford E-350 Balance Hybrid Electric Vehicle Ford E-450 Hybrid Electric Shuttle Bus Ford Fusion Hybrid Electric Sedan Freightliner M2 106 Hybrid Electric Tractor Hino Trucks Class 4/5 Cab Over Diesel Hybrid Electric Truck Peterbilt 330 Diesel Hybrid Electric Truck

CLEAN DIESEL 13. BMW 335d Clean Diesel Sedan 14. BMW X5 xDrive x35d Clean Diesel Sport

ELECTRIC 15. ALTe 2008 Ford F150 Electric Range Extended Pickup Truck 16. Ecoliner Electric Transit Bus (Proterra) 17. Smith EV Newton All-Electric Zero-Emissions Delivery Truck (Staples)

PROPANE 18. Ford Crown Victoria Dual-Fuel Propane/Gasoline Police Interceptor (Blue Star Gas) 19. Ford E-450 Propane Box Truck (ROUSH CleanTech) 20. Ford E-350 Propane Passenger Van (ROUSH CleanTech) 21. Ford F-250 Extended Cab & Bed Propane Pickup Truck (PERC) 22. Ford F-250 Propane Pickup Truck (Delta Liquid Energy) 23. GM Silverado Propane Pickup Truck (IMPCO)

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Chevy Equinox Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (CAFCP) Honda FCX Clarity Hydrogen Fuel Cell Sedan Honda FCX Clarity Hydrogen Fuel Cell Sedan (CAFCP) Kia Borrego Hydrogen Fuel Cell SUV (CAFCP)


Dr. Kathryn Clay is the Executive Director of the Clean American Transportation Alliance (CATA). More than fifty producers and distributors of natural gas have joined as founding members of CATA, with a common vision of enhancing our national energy security by exploring and promoting the greater use of natural gas in our transportation sector. Previously, Dr. Clay was the Vice President of Research and Technology Policy for the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. She served as a member of the professional staff of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, where she worked to develop the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and the Energy Policy Act of 2005. She was also centrally involved in the development and passage of legislation (the America COMPETES Act of 2007) to promote federal investment in science and the development of innovative technologies. Dr. Clay has also served in positions with the staff of the Energy Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, at the Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources, and as a research fellow in the Alternate Fuels Vehicle Division of Ford Motor Company. She holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering, both from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

FRIDAY KEYNOTE ADDRESS - MARTIN DAUM

Martin Daum has leadership and visionary responsibility for DaimlerTrucks North America LLC and its affiliated companies - Freightliner Trucks, Western Star Trucks, Thomas Built Buses, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, Detroit Diesel Corporation and Axle Alliance Company. Mr. Daum was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer in June 2009. In his most recent assignments, he was Member of the Executive Committee of Mercedes-Benz Trucks in Europe since 2002. He was the Senior Vice President of Production for Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Head of the Unimog Special Vehicle Division and prior to that, Head of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Controlling. Mr. Daum previously held several executive positions for Daimler Trucks in North America including General Manager of Finance at Sterling Truck Corporation in Willoughby, Ohio and the Head of Controlling for the Light Truck Concept in Portland, Oregon. He has been with Daimler since 1987. Mr. Daum attended Universität Mannheim and graduated with a master’s degree in economic studies in 1985.

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THURSDAY KEYNOTE ADDRESS – KATHRYN CLAY

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David Abel is the founding chairman and managing director of VerdeXchange, LLC, an environmental think tank, clean and green technology event host, and publisher created to inform and strategically advise green innovators wishing to diffuse global green technology and innovations in the California and Western States’ marketplace. Mr. Abel founded in 1980 and still manages a California-based public policy firm, ABL, Incorporated, which is engaged in foundation, civic and public affairs consulting.The firm publishes:The Planning Report, which focuses on land use issues in Southern California, and Metro Investment Report, which covers public infrastructure investments; and the Verdexchange News, which focuses on clean energy and green marketplace technologies. Mr. Abel presently serves on the executive board of Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (an Appointee of Supervisory Yaroslavsky), and the Board of Advisors of University of Southern California’s Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise. Mr. Abel is also a lecturer on regionalism at University of California, San Diego. Wilfried Achenbach is responsible for all DaimlerTrucks North America LLC Engineering activities for Freightliner and Western Star models. He oversees Product and Custom Engineering consisting of design, test, styling, analysis, compliance and planning functions. Prior to joining the company in October 2010, Dr. Achenbach was responsible for Mechatronics Systems for Daimler AG in Stuttgart, Germany, focusing on Electrical/Electronics development for the next generation of European trucks. Concurrently, he led the Mechatronics Group within the global Daimler Trucks development organization. Prior to his career at Daimler Trucks, Dr. Achenbach held various positions within the passenger car division with a focus on driving dynamics and driver assistance. In this time frame he also spent several years in a senior executive position at Chrysler. Dr. Achenbach received a degree in physics and his PhD in nuclear physics from the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. He joined Daimler AG in 1987 as a System Engineer in Advanced Development within the passenger car division.

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Gerhard Achtelik is Manager of the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Section at the California Air Resources Board. He oversees the implementation of the California Hydrogen Highway Infrastructure Network through the installation of pilot hydrogen fueling stations, placement of hydrogen powered vehicles and shuttle buses in State service and other activities that enhance evolution towards a hydrogen economy in California. In addition, he leads the review and modification of the Board’s zero-emission bus requirements, revisions to the Clean Fuels Outlet regulation and development of the vehicle labeling regulation. He has been with the Board since 1986 working on air monitoring in quality assurance and quality control, multi-media technology certification, and participating at California Fuel Cell Partnership Working Group meetings and hydrogen related activities. Mr. Achtelik holds a bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science from the University of Washington. Adrian Alvarez is a native of Los Angeles. He joined Los Angeles Metro upon obtaining his civil/ environmental engineering degree from Cornell University. In the past ten years he has worked in the Planning Department supporting various corridor studies such as the Eastside Extension of the Gold Line and the Mid-City/Exposition Transit Corridor. Currently, he works on the environmental study for the I-710 Corridor Project where a zero emission freight corridor is being considered. Tom Armstrong spent six years in the ASSAY before forming his own transportation company in Florida. For the past twenty years he has been in corporate fleet management with the last ten years as Director of Fleet for ThyssenKrupp Elevator. Arunabha Basu is an Institute Engineer at Gas Technology Institute (GTI) in the Gas Processing Group. He has more than 29 years of industrial experience as a chemical engineer in various energy industries including biomass and coal gasification to produce synthesis gas, conversion of synthesis gas to Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG), transportation fuels, hydrogen, and electric power, CO2 capture and sequestration (CCS), direct coal liquefaction, natural gas conversion to co-produce liquids plus electric power, petroleum refining and petrochemicals, and tar sand utilization. Prior to his current position, Dr. Basu was a consultant for various companies in the US and India, primarily in the areas of bio-diesel, conversion of coal to liquid fuels, solar energy, and fly-ash utilization. Dr. Basu worked on the process development, process simulations, and economic evaluations of various natural gas conversion technologies at Amoco Oil (Now BP). He holds an ME in chemical engineering and a PhD in fuels engineering from the University of Utah. He holds five patents in the US. James D. Boyd was appointed to a second term on the California Energy Commission (CEC) in 2007 and has served as the Vice Chair since 2006. Commissioner Boyd presides over CEC’sTransportation and Fuels Committee, overseeing the State’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program. He also oversees the Commission’s Global Climate Change, Carbon Capture and Sequestration, Renewable Energy and Research and Development Programs. Commissioner Boyd has been involved in Zero Emission Vehicle strategies for more than twenty years. Prior to joining CEC, he was Deputy Secretary of California’s Natural Resources Agency and spent fifteen years as the Chief Executive Officer of the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Commissioner Boyd chairs the State’s Bioenergy Interagency Working Group that developed implements the Governor’s Bioenergy


Greg Braun founded Border Valley Trading in 1989 and has grown this business into one of the largest exporters of compressed hay products from the state of California. Border Valley Trading exports animal feed products to eighteen countries around the world. In 2009, with support from MSRC and SCAQMD, Border Valley Trading was a first adopter of LNG powered trucks for their heavy-duty application. Their twenty truck fleet supports drayage needs from their two inland facilities to the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. During this year, the company also teamed with another LNG first adopter to build LCNG fueling sites on their drayage routes. In 1995, Mr. Braun founded GreenFIX America. GreenFIX quickly became a premier manufacturer of erosion control products and an O&M provider for small CNG fueling stations. Utilizing experience learned from operating the LNG fleet, servicing CNG fueling sites, building LCNG fueling sites and building solar applications for GreenFIX affiliated companies, this company has become a green solutions provider to the agriculture industry on solar power consulting and installation, LCNG small-site fueling applications, erosion control products and moisture retention products. Mr. Braun holds a BS from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.

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Action Plan. He presently serves on the Governor’s Climate Action Team, and served on the Governor’s Hydrogen Highway Network Implementation Advisory Panel. He serves on the Steering Team of the California Fuel Cell Partnership. He served as Chairman of the Board and longtime Board member of CALSTART. Commissioner Boyd received his BS in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley.

Adrene Briones joined ECOtality earlier this year to work on the deployment of the EV Project. Here, she is responsible for coordination with utilities and local governmental agencies and is charged with the advancement and demonstration of solutions that make the adoption of electric vehicles an asset to utilities. Ms. Briones has been active in regional EV efforts in Southern California, through involvement with SoCal EV and previous work at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. She has a degree in environmental engineering and an MBA from the University of Southern California. Michael Britt is the Director of Maintenance and Engineering for International Operations, and has spent 25 years at UPS. He has worked in different capacities, spending time in operations, industrial engineering and automotive engineering. For five years he worked in California as the Region Automotive Engineering Manager and has a clear understanding of the environmental concerns in that state. Mr. Britt has led efforts in alternative fuel projects and technology development for the domestic fleet and recently for the international fleet. These projects include compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, propane, electric technology, hydrogen fuel cells, and hybrid vehicle development including both hybrid electric and hydraulic hybrid technologies. Presently, he manages maintenance and engineering for all international operations and continues to manage fleet sustainability issues in the US. He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Technical Advisory Group to the American Trucking Association, Clean Cites Board Member and served with The United Way as a member of the Board of Directors in several California locations. Mr. Britt holds a BS in automotive technology and an MBA in management. Tim Brown is the Technology Manager for Sustainable Transportation and Energy for the Advanced Power and Energy Program at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). In this role, he manages the research efforts of graduate students and undergraduates who are engaged in a variety of alternative energy, vehicle, and fueling research ranging from emissions testing of plug-in hybrid vehicles to hydrogen fuel production via novel processes utilizing bio-fuels to integration of wind and solar power generation into the existing electric grid. In parallel to the research efforts, Dr. Brown works with the UCI hydrogen station (the most heavily used public hydrogen station in the world) and the deployment of 15-20 Toyota and General Motors fuel cell vehicles in cooperation with the automakers. Prior to his position at UCI, Dr. Brown was a Senior Development Engineer at General Motors Proving Grounds and Experimental Engineer at General Motors Structural Test Lab. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Notre Dame, an MS in automotive systems engineering from the University of Michigan in Dearborne, and a PhD in mechanical engineering from UCI. Jonathan E. Burke is Vice President of Global Market Development for Westport Innovations. He is responsible for Westport’s government relations and new business development initiatives for the global heavy duty business unit. Mr. Burke has over fifteen years experience in corporate and investor communications and business development for both private and public technology companies. Prior to his position at Westport, he was Director of Business Development and Investor Relations at MIGENIX Inc., a publicly-traded biotechnology company. He has also held

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investor relations and corporate communications roles in the biotechnology, medical device, and venture capital fields. Mr. Burke is a Director of the British Columbia Innovation Council, the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition and Chair of the Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance. He holds an MBA from Athabasca University. Mark Butler is the Project Manager and Technical Advisor for the City of Los Angeles Alternative Fuels Group. He is responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of the alternative fuel vehicle fueling and maintenance facility infrastructure for the Los Angeles’s 610 alt fuel vehicles. Since beginning in 2000, Mr. Butler’s group has developed two 60,000, two 45,000, and one 6,000-gallon LNG/LCNG fueling facilities. Seven CNG fueling facilities have been developed. Six alternative fuel vehicle repair facilities and one new ground-up, state of the art, alternative fuel vehicle repair facility have been upgraded. Mr. Butler’s technical expertise has brought engineers, contractors, vendors, and regulatory representatives together in understanding the safe design and operation of both alternative fuel fueling facilities and alternative fuel repair facilities. He has opened his expertise to many national and international cities, with an open door policy for these cities to visit the City of Los Angeles’s stateof-the-art facilities. In 2007, Mr. Butler received the City of Los Angeles’ “Career Service Award” for his work in developing the City’s alternative fuels infrastructure. Robert Carrick is currently the Freightliner Western Region Vocational Manager with responsibility for Natural Gas Sales. In his 26 year career with DaimlerTrucks North America, Mr. Carrick has had many different positions in the Company, including National Accounts Regional Service Manager, NER Director of Parts Sales and Marketing, and General Manager of the Northeast and Western Regions for the Sterling and Western Star Brands. Prior to joining Daimler, Mr. Carrick enjoyed thirteen years of customer experience, including purchasing, operation and maintenance of hundreds of vehicles in the Transit and Refrigerated Carrier segments. He attended Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania.

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Scott Carson leads the sales and business development efforts for Smith Electric Vehicles US Corporation. Smith Electric Vehicles US Corp brings a fresh American vision and perspective to 80 years of demonstrated expertise in electric vehicles. Mr. Carson is an accomplished senior management, sales, general management and operations professional responsible for the development, growth and expansion of Smith’s national sales and client support group. Mr. Carson came to Smith Electric Vehicles following a 28 year career with St. Louis, Missouri based Enterprise Holdings, Inc. and Enterprise Fleet Management, most recently ranked 21st on Forbes 500 list of largest privately held companies in America, with annual revenues exceeding $12 billion. Mr. Carson held corporate officer positions at Enterprise Holdings, Inc. that includes A.V. P. & Director of Fleet Management and Vice President of Corporate Training and Development. Harrison Clay, President of Clean Energy subsidiary Clean Energy Renewable Fuels, also serves on the Board of Managers for Dallas Clean Energy, McCommas Bluff and Canton Renewables, Clean Energy’s landfill gas processing companies. Mr. Clay is responsible for leading Clean Energy’s efforts to produce and sell renewable natural gas (or biomethane) that is derived from the anaerobic decomposition of organic waste. Prior to joining Clean Energy, Mr. Clay served as Director of Corporate Development and General Counsel at the San Francisco investment bank WR Hambrecht + Co. Mr. Clay has extensive experience in corporate and project finance, mergers & acquisitions, corporate development, venture capital and the clean tech and energy industries. Mr. Clay has a JD from the University of Virginia and a dual AB in anthropology and English from the University of Georgia. Annabel Cook has served for twelve years as an Alternative Fuel Vehicle Consultant for American Honda, developing California as the nation’s largest market for the world’s cleanest internal combustion engine vehicle, the natural gas Honda Civic GX. Ms. Cook is currently engaged in efforts to promote the Civic GX, both in the fleet and retail sectors, and to prepare the market for Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity. Ms. Cook has been successful in cultivating support for advanced transportation technologies through her development of incentives for, and public policies that promote, alternative fuel vehicles and related infrastructure. Ms. Cook, an attorney, environmental consultant and nationally-honored journalist, has spent over twenty years working with various regional government organizations, including the South Coast Air Quality Management District and the Southern California Association of Governments, the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization, to raise awareness of environmental issues. Richard Corey is Chief of the California Air Resources Board’s (ARB) Stationary Source Division. His team of professional managers and staff are responsible for a broad range of programs including those concerning fuels, climate, renewable electricity, consumer products, and air toxics. Some of the key programs that his division is responsible for implementing include the low carbon fuel standard, cap and trade regulation, as well as several measures to reduce diesel particulate and other emissions from a broad spectrum of source categories. In previous positions Richard’s teams have been responsible for key elements of the greenhouse gas standards for motor vehicles (AB 1493), reformulated gasoline, the Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative, Distributed Generation


Stephen Crolius is currently responsible for the Clinton Climate Initiative’s Transportation Technologies Program. Mr. Crolius and the Program team are working with city administrations to chart a course away from fossil-based transportation fuels to a mix of carbon-neutral alternatives. He spent 21 years as a business strategy consultant before joining the Clinton Climate Initiative in October 2006. He started his career at the strategy boutique Telesis. In addition to assignments for corporate clients based in the US, Mexico, Europe, and Japan, he helped launch a practice in Sustainable Development Strategy that drew on the firm’s expertise in both business strategy and economic development policy. Mr. Crolius became a Partner in Towers Perrin after that firm acquired Telesis, and went on to senior roles at The Boston Consulting Group and the strategy boutiques SJS, Inc. and Alliance Consulting Group. His consulting work was concentrated in the manufacturing, business services, and energy sectors, and included assignments for clients of every size from start-up to FORTUNE 100. Mr. Crolius holds an MBA from the University of Rhode Island and a BS in biology from Stanford University.

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and Technology Certification, as well as the Toxic Air Contaminant and Air Toxic Hot Spots Programs. Richard has over 25 years of experience with the ARB. He has an undergraduate degree in environmental toxicology as well as an MBA from the University of California, Davis.

Rolando Cruz began his career in public transportation in 1995 as a Financial Analyst in the finance department at Long Beach Transit (LBT) and three years later was promoted to Maintenance Manager. In January 2008, he was named Executive Director and Vice President of Maintenance and Facilities. LBT serves over 29 million annual boarding customers in Long Beach and the surrounding area with 228 vehicles – 89 of them being gasoline hybrid electric. Prior to joining LBT, Mr. Cruz worked as Manager of Finance at Mobil Oil. He holds an MBA and a bachelor’s in accounting from the University of Texas. He is currently the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of the Southern California Regional Transit Training Consortium (SCRTTC), member of the Leadership Long Beach board, member of the Center for Energy and Environmental Research and Services (CEERS) Advisory Committee - California State University of Long Beach Engineering School, CFO of Long Beach United Methodist Neighborhood Advisory board, as well as a graduate of Leadership APTA 2008 & 2010 Leadership Long Beach classes. Osvaldo del Campo is the CEO and Chief of Technology of the Galileo Group. Galileo is a world leader in tecnology development and products for the CNG Industry with activities in more than 65 countries around the world. The company has developed many cutting edge technological innovations currently in use in very high profile projects including the largest CNG station in the world in Madrid, Spain. Mr. del Campo has more than 25 years of experience in the natural gas and CNG industries. He has been involved in some the most important CNG projects around the world. Mr. del Campo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tim Denny joined Chesapeake Energy Corporation in 1996 and currently serves as Vice President of Administration. His responsibilities include overseeing asset and financial management, facilities support, fleet, the imaging center, office services, records management and the restaurants. Chesapeake, the nation’s second-largest producer of natural gas, has been recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in the US for the past four consecutive years. Chesapeake operates one of the most dynamic and innovative fleets in the nation with more than 4,200 vehicles throughout the US. With this in mind, Mr. Denny is committed to the Natural Gas Vehicle initiative to convert Chesapeake’s entire fleet to compressed natural gas by 2013. This will significantly reduce the corporation’s carbon footprint and save millions of dollars in annual fuel expense. Mr. Denny is extremely involved in civic and professional organizations. He serves as a Division Chair for the United Way of Central Oklahoma Campaign Cabinet and the Treasurer for the Oklahoma Thoroughbred Association. Andy Douglas is the National Sales Manager for Kenworth Truck Company, a division of PACCAR Inc. During his thirty year career in the transportation business, he has held numerous positions within PACCAR and its divisions including; Kenworth, PACCAR Financial and PacLease that included both domestic and International assignments. For the past five years, Mr. Douglas has lead Kenworth’s “Green Initiatives” covering the growing markets for hybrid and Natural Gas products and has worked directly with the Ports of Los Angles, Long Beach, Oakland & Seattle on clean truck strategies. Mr. Douglas holds bachelor’s degrees in finance and economics and an MBA. Jeff Doyle is Director of Public/Private Partnerships for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). He is currently implementing the West Coast Green Highway Initiative, which will provide the nation’s first border-to-border network of fast-charging stations for electric vehicles. Mr. Doyle also serves as Co-Chair of Washington’s Plug-In Vehicle Task Force, a member of the Puget Sound Regional Council Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisory Committee, and a member of the NCHRP Project Panel 20-83 (04), “Effects of Changing Transportation Energy Supplies and Alternative Fuel Sources on Transportation”. Other current public/ private partnership projects include: redeveloping public ferry terminals, providing transit-oriented development

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with advanced traveler information systems at state-owned park-and-ride facilities, and developing solar power generation to provide electrification for state highway facilities. Prior to joining WSDOT, Mr. Doyle served as Staff Director and Senior Legal Counsel to the Transportation Committee in the Washington State Legislature. He earned his BA in political science from Western Washington University, his JD from Seattle University, and has been a member of the Washington State Bar since 1991. He is a member of the Leader to Leader Institute, and serves on the board of a state-chartered credit union in Washington. Kerry Drake is an Associate Director in the Air Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Pacific Southwest Region. He focuses on permitting, enforcement, and agriculture as well as general air quality issues in the San Joaquin Valley and Sacramento metropolitan areas of California, and in the state of Hawaii. He came to the EPA after serving for more than a decade with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Mr. Drake graduated, with honors, from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS in aerospace engineering, and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Texas. John Drayton is Los Angeles Metro’s Manager for Vehicle Technology. In this capacity Mr. Drayton has overseen the acquisition of over 2,000 clean, advanced technology vehicles over the last ten years. In 2007, he was named the Executive Vice President for the Advanced Transit Vehicle Consortium (ATVC), a joint venture with LA City, County, and SCAQMD. ATVC oversees a number of advanced technology projects on behalf of these agencies, and this consortium is currently working on demonstration projects with hydrogen blended fuels (HCNG), gasoline-hybrid vehicles, all-electric battery powered buses, advanced hybrids propulsion systems, and fuel cells. Los Angeles Metro is widely recognized as one of the world’s leaders in clean fuel technology, and over 97% of its 2,500 bus fleet currently runs on CNG fuel.

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John Duffy is the Manager of Research Engineering at Kenworth Truck Company, a division of PACCAR. In this role, he leads research into advanced concepts including advanced hybrid technologies, driver assistance systems and anti-idling technologies. Prior to holding this position he was Manger of Advanced Technology at Kenworth launching several products onto Kenworth trucks. Dr. Duffy has been at Kenworth for over nine years and prior to this was at Caterpillar in their Electronics Business. He has led numerous projects ranging from control systems to concept hybrid trucks. He was recognized by the EPA with a Clean Air Excellence Award for an anti-idling system in 2009. Dr. Duffy holds a PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida, with a specialty in systems and controls engineering. Tony Eiermann is the Fleet Asset Manager with Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. In his current role, he is responsible for the specifying, planning, ordering, tracking, payment and accounting of approximately $130 million in annual capital funds expended throughout North America. Mr. Eiermann has over nine years of asset management and procurement experience with Coca-Cola. He has served as the Senior Procurement Specialist for Fleet, PET, and E-Procurement prior to his current role of Fleet Asset Manager for Coca-Cola. In these roles he was responsible for strategic sourcing; negotiating contracts and analytical support for multi-billion dollar spend areas. Mr. Eirmann attended Armstrong State College where he majored in business administration. Stephen Ellis is Manager of Fuel Cell Vehicle Marketing at American Honda Motor Company. His career at Honda began over 25 years ago. He has worked on vehicle-related environmental and energy topics for many years, including alternative fuel vehicles research and creation of Honda’s Alternative Fuel Vehicle department. He was responsible for launching and selling the Civic GX Natural Gas Vehicle in 1998 and has served on several South Coast Air Quality Management District and other government committees to develop incentives for clean vehicle and employee ride share programs. Mr. Ellis has served on numerous industry organization boards, assisted with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Hydrogen Highway Team, and is founding member of the California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership. He now serves on the Board of the National Hydrogen Association. He is responsible for planning Honda’s alternative fuel vehicle marketing and now deploying their Fuel Cell vehicles and Hydrogen refueling infrastructure solutions. Darren Engle is the Director of Marketing for Blue Star Gas, a family-owned propane business that has served the West Coast for 73 years and counting. Blue Star began expanding their vehicle fuel program in 2009 after becoming an Alliance AutoGas partner. After more than 23 years with Blue Star, Engle now heads the company’s autogas program, promoting the use of clean-burning propane autogas in the Pacific Northwest. His interest in


Robin Erickson is the Southern Central Director of the Utah Clean Cities Coalition. She has been the director for four years and recently opened the satellite office in St. George, Utah to help increase statewide awareness. In 2009, the coalition received a Clean Cities ARRA grant for $14.9 million to increase alternative fueling infrastructure, vehicles and green jobs. By October 2011, there will be an additional fourteen new CNG stations including 24 updates to existing locations, three new L/CNG stations, three biodiesel stations, two ethanol stations, six electric vehicle re-charging stations, over 600 additional alternative fuel vehicles and over 350 jobs during construction with 115 sustainable green jobs. In her past life, Robin was the fleet manager for a statewide newspaper where she implemented the use of propane, biodiesel and compressed natural gas in a fleet of over 200 vehicles saving the company $380,000 in fuel and $116,000 in maintenance costs. Nine tons of particulate matter was reduced from the Wasatch Front’s poor air quality.

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the automotive and energy industries was passed down from his father, who worked for Petrolane, one of the original pioneers of autogas vehicles in the United States. Engle also serves as the national vice-chairman of the Propane Education & Research Council’s (PERC) Residential & Commercial Advisory Committee.

Gordon Exel, Vice President & General Manager, Americas joined Cummins Westport in 2002. He is accountable for sales, market research, customer support and channel management. Prior to joining Cummins Westport Mr. Exel spent nearly 20 years in sales, service and general management positions in the technology sector with Datawest as VP Sales & Marketing and prior to that, 15 years with Xerox. He is from Colorado and now lives in British Columbia where he received his MBA in digital technology management from Royal Roads University. Ihab Farag is Professor of Chemical Engineering at University of New Hampshire (UNH). He initiated the UNH Bio-Oil Group, the UNH Biodiesel Group and the New Hampshire Pollution Prevention Internship Program. He joined the faculty at University of New Hampshire after receiving his doctorate of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in chemical engineering. He has been active, both nationally and internationally, in biofuels, pollution prevention, cleaner production, energy efficiency, and chemical risk screening applications. He gave many invited presentations and briefings to New Hampshire legislators on pollution prevention, biomass, biodiesel and bio-oil. He has collaborated with several countries, including Cambodia, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Pakistan, Thailand and Vietnam on the production of biodiesel fuel from jatropha and microalgae or the application of pollution prevention. Dr. Farag has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards, including the US EPA Environmental Merit Award, and the US Most Valuable Pollution Prevention (MVP2) Program award. In recognition to his outstanding involvement in International Programs, Dr. Farag was awarded the UNH award for Excellence in International Engagement. He has also received several Outstanding Teaching awards at MIT and UNH. Brian Feehan is the Vice President of the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) in Washington, DC. As an industry funded organization, PERC focuses on engine fuel, research & development, safety & training, agricultural markets and residential & commercial markets. Prior to his role at PERC, he served as the Executive Director of the Propane Vehicle Council (PVC). The PVC was the national organization representing the propane industry’s engine fuel interests. The PVC focused on market development, legislative issues and building stakeholder alliances to promote the use of propane in both off and on road applications. Prior to joining the PVC, Mr. Feehan served as the Projects Director for the World LP Gas Association in Paris, France. As Projects Director for the WLPGA he developed marketing tools and implemented strategies promoting the use of LP Gas worldwide. Mr. Feehan also represented the WLPGA on several United Nations organizations while strengthening partnerships with many national and international agencies and associations. Brian holds a BA in political science and a Masters of Public Administration from George Mason University in Virginia. Bob Foster is a widely-respected business and community leader, who was elected as the 27th mayor of Long Beach in June 2006. Mayor Foster served as president of Southern California Edison before his retirement in 2006 after more than twenty years with the company. As an Edison executive, Mayor Foster led California’s largest electric company through the 1999 energy crisis. During his tenure, Edison developed the largest renewable, clean energy programs in the United States. Mayor Foster began his career in public service as a staffer in the California State Senate and California Energy Commission where he established statewide energy efficiency standards that are still enforced today. He was appointed as the Environmental Committee chair for the US Conference of Mayors in 2008, and elected to be a member of the Advisory Board in 2009. Governor Schwarzenegger appointed Mayor

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Foster to the Board of Governors for the California Independent Systems Operators (ISO) in 2010. He is a graduate of San Jose State University in public administration. Prior to his election as mayor, he served as a trustee to the California State University system and remains active in a number of community and public policy organizations. Alexander Freitag has been Director of Diesels System Engineering for North America since 2010. He joined Bosch in 1996 and was transferred to the U.S. to work as an application engineer on Diesel Fuel Injection equipment. In 2000 he moved to the Detroit headquarters managing one of the heavy-duty customers application teams. From 2004 to 2007 he worked as a combustion engineer at Bosch in Feuerbach Stuttgart. Mr. Freitag graduated from the Technische Universitaet in Munich (Germany) specializing in aeronautical engineering and obtained his MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago. Joe Gold is Fleet Asset and Engineering Manager, for Frito-Lay North America, Inc., and is responsible for their fleet’s asset purchasing strategy, sustainability strategy, vehicle reliability and design, and environmental compliance. He has been with Frito-Lay for twenty years, fifteen of which were in the R&D function, where he performed product development, process engineering, and commercialization roles. He has been able to successfully leverage his technical and program leadership experience in building the vehicle engineering and technical capability within Frito-Lay’s Fleet Operations group. For the past five years, Mr. Gold has led a team of engineers who identify and deliver solutions to improve vehicle reliability, increased utility, safety, and efficiency for the operators who take product to market every day, as well as strategies to reduce cost and fuel usage, and comply with all fleet-related environmental regulations. He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, has a BS in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA in marketing from University of Texas at Dallas.

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Joshua Goldman is a leading technology expert in the transit hybrid electric industry with specific expertise in the areas of engine certification, technology validation and hybrid drive train development. Mr. Goldman joined Proterra in March 2008, as Director of Business Development where he drives the company’s efforts in establishing state and nationwide partnerships between public, private and governmental agencies to develop, test and commercialize zero-emissions technology for heavy duty transportation. Prior to joining Proterra, Mr. Goldman was with ISE Corp. serving in various capacities including Manager of Engine Development for Hybrid Applications, Manager of Technical Training and Manager of Heavy Duty Certifications as well as lead engineer and project manager on more than twelve heavy duty hybrid system architectures. Mr. Goldman advises organizations such as the FederalTransit Administration (FTA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), including being recently elected to the vice-chair position for clean propulsion technology for APTA. He has also published papers for and has spoken at numerous Electric Vehicle Symposium, APTA and SAE events. In September 2009, Mr. Goldman received the Mass Transit Magazine’s “Top 40 Under 40” Award. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park. Ron Goodman is Manager of BioFuels Market Development at the Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas). He is responsible for leading SoCalGas’ market development activities in the areas of biofuels, and other project-based green resources as they reach the stage of market entry. During his more than nineteen years with SoCalGas, he’s held various staff and management positions in gas engineering, field operations and information technology, managing a number of projects and staff groups. Prior to joining SoCalGas, he held engineering positions in the aerospace industry and at the Southwest Gas Corporation. Mr. Goodman holds a BS in engineering from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. Peter Greenwald has over twenty years of experience in air quality law and policy. He currently serves as Senior Policy Advisor for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). Between 1990 and 2000, Mr. Greenwald served as General Counsel for the SCAQMD, heading up a legal staff of over thirty attorneys, investigators and support personnel. From 2000 through 2003, he served as a consultant to regulatory agencies, including air quality districts throughout California, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Greenwald’s recent work includes developing policy and legislative proposals, and engaging in advocacy, in order to reduce pollution from burgeoning international goods movement activities. Mr. Greenwald has also served as an adjunct professor teaching environmental law at Loyola Law School, and as a member of the Editorial Board of the Lexis/Nexis publication California Environmental Law Reporter. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a JD from the University of Santa Clara School of Law, where he was an editor of the Law Review. James Harger has been involved in the natural gas business for over 25 years, with the past sixteen years having been dedicated to marketing Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) and building fueling stations. Prior to becoming Clean Energy’s Chief Marketing Officer, Mr. Harger worked for the Southern California Gas Company (SoCal), with the last five years in the market development of NGVs. In 1997, Mr. Harger left SoCal to join Pickens Fuel Corp (PFC),


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the predecessor to Clean Energy, as Vice President of Marketing. At PFC, Mr. Harger began pursuing local, state and federal grants for return to base fleets, including airports, refuse and transit. His group’s success led to longterm contracts with Republic Industries, Waste Management, UPS, several metropolitan transit agencies and a growing list of major airports across the country. Clean Energy’s LNG business is expanding to the heavy-duty truck sector at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, as well as several regional trucking firms throughout the US. In June 2007, he assisted in Clean Energy’s successful IPO. Mr. Harger received a BS in civil engineering from University of California, Los Angeles and an MBA from Pepperdine University. David Haugen is the Team Lead of Market Development for the Natural Gas Economy Strategic Planning Group at Encana. The group’s overall mandate is to establish natural gas as the foundation of North America’s energy portfolio. Mr. Haugen leads a group focused on expanding the benefits and use of natural gas in the transportation sector in both Canada and the United States. Current projects involve the conversion of Encana’s vehicle fleet and upstream equipment to run on natural gas, building of natural gas liquefaction plants and fueling stations, modeling and design of natural gas highway corridors, and various stakeholder advocacy efforts. Mr. Haugen has over twenty years experience in the upstream oil and gas industry comprised of numerous business and technical roles. He is a registered professional engineer in the Province of Alberta, a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance. Alexander Helou is an Assistant Director of the City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation. At this position, he heads the Solid Resources Group that is responsible for collection, transport, and processing of source separated recyclables, green materials, and municipal solid waste (MSW) from 750,000 residences in the City of Los Angeles. Mr. Helou oversees several strategic solid waste management and environmental programs, including the development of the Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan, and the implementation of the Clean Fuel Program to convert the entire fleet of over 750 diesel powered solid waste collection vehicles to those operating on clean fuel natural gas. The City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation operates the largest municipal fleet of clean fuel collection vehicles in the country. Prior to his current position, Mr. Helou was a Manager of the Bureau of Sanitation, Solid Resources Support Services Division from 2003 to 2007. His highlighted accomplishments during this period include successful development and implementation of the residential food waste pilot program, and the Alternative Technologies Project to convert post-source separated MSW to renewable energy and other valuable resources. Mr. Helou earned his BS in chemical engineering and Master of Engineering from Howard University. Kristen Helsel defines the business and technical road map for the EV Solutions group and was recently promoted to Vice President, EV Solutions. She is responsible for identifying, securing and managing business opportunities in the Electric Vehicle and related areas that will help to enable the practical and broad use of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV’s), Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV’s) and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV’s). To support EVSE as an integral part of this growing portfolio of opportunities, AV has developed a “total solution” package that includes: battery operating/monitoring systems, on-board and off-board charging systems – including bi-directional chargers, utility interface systems, engineering services including battery pack design and integration and battery testing, and SAE level III fast charge connector development. Ms. Helsel began her engineering career at General Motors where she worked in a variety of positions including design release engineer. Ms. Helsel regularly calls on her extensive automotive manufacturing and dealer experience to deliver against her OEM and dealer customers’ expectations. Ms. Helsel has a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the University of Michigan. David Hill is Vice President of Natural Gas Economy Operations for Encana Natural Gas Inc. Here, he aims to increase the use of natural gas in the power generation and transportation sector through advocacy, strategic partnerships and building infrastructure to enable market development and acceptance. He joined Encana in November 2002 and has over 25 years of diversified experience in the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining Encana, he was President of TICORA Geosciences, a company specializing in unconventional natural gas resources with core retrieval, core analysis and consulting services. He worked at the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) in Chicago, Illinois for eleven years in various management positions before joining TICORA. At GTI, he worked in Gas Shale, Coalbed Methane and Tight Gas Sands program areas. He also conceptualized and was managing editor for GasTIPS, a technology based publication for GTI’s E&P programs with circulation to over 7,000 industry professionals. Mr. Hill started his career with Halliburton Services, working throughout the eastern US as a field engineer. He has a BS in petroleum engineering from Marietta College and an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Tom Hopkins is the Department Head of Central Warehouse and Logistics for Wright & Filippis Inc. Wright & Filippis is the nation’s largest family-owned provider of home medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, respiratory services, and medical supplies. The company’s motto – “First to serve, first to care” – speaks not only

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to the healthcare services they provide, but also to their ongoing commitment to improve the lives of seniors and persons with disabilities. Mr. Hopkins has been with Wright & Filippis for nineteen years, serving as the Distribution and Fleet Manager since 1998 until his recent appointment to Department Head in 2010. Currently, he manages a fleet of 166 total vehicles as well as the daily logistics of 77 delivery or service vehicles within the state of Michigan and Northwest Ohio. In 2008, Mr. Hopkins was awarded the organizations first ever “Tony Senior Award” for his passion, dedication and enthusiasm in successfully transforming the Wright & Filippis distribution model and his involvement in community outreach activities. Matt Horton is Propel’s Chief Executive Officer, leading efforts to deliver access to clean, renewable fuels. He sets the vision for the company and oversees Propel’s fundraising, strategic partnerships, and expansion plans. Mr. Horton’s experience has spanned a broad spectrum of investment activities and board responsibilities most recently with @Ventures, a cleantech-focused venture capital firm specializing in early-stage companies. He was an early leader in the cleantech investment arena, having developed a cleantech investment initiative at Garage Technology Ventures in 2002, where he served as a Venture Partner and Director of Emerging Technologies. He began his career as an investment banker in Andersen’s Global Corporate Finance group, focused on capital formation for early stage technology companies. As a venture capital investor, he is responsible for investments in cleantech companies including 212 Resources, Cobalt Biofuels, Miasolé, Hoku Scientific, and ClearFuels. He is a regular speaker at renewable energy and clean technology conferences, and holds a BS in accounting from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. Mr. Horton was honored with the Biofuels Leadership Award at the 2011 Sustainable Biofuels Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the development of the biofuels industry.

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Melissa Howell began her career in communications at Murray State University, hosting television and radio news. That focus continued for ten years as she worked with political leadership at the state capitol and in Louisville, Kentucky. With Howell as Executive Director, the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition (KCFC) was established as a non-profit organization in 1993. Ms. Howell utilized her communication skills while relying on members’ expertise to educate her. That depth of resources and networking enabled the KCFC to diversify as the market shifted. “The Line That Connects the Dots” is the way Howell defines her job. Projects she is passionate about include: Hybrid Horsepower for Kentucky Schools, Mammoth Cave National Park Partnership, UPS 20 by 2020, Green Fleets of the Bluegrass, Biodiesel in Underground Lime Mines, E85 Across Kentucky and National Mentoring for Clean Cities. The KCFC has been recognized as a top ten Clean Cities (US Department of Energy) program and Ms. Howell as Coordinator of the Year. She has received the Governor’s Award of Excellence, the Environmental Achievement Award by Mammoth Cave National Park, Distinguished Service Award from the Kentucky Soybean Association and others. Howell is a Bingham Fellows (Leadership Louisville) Class of 2010 graduate. Dave Hurst is a Senior Analyst contributing to Pike Research’s smart transportation practice. His primary focus is on analyzing emerging markets for electric vehicles, natural gas vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and other means of electric transportation such as scooters and motorcycles. He is an experienced transportation consultant and market researcher with thirteen years of market analysis experience for automobile OEMs, suppliers, and advertisers. Outside of his work for Pike Research, Mr. Hurst has his own marketing consulting practice, Hurst Marketing Associates in the Detroit area. Prior to founding this firm, he has worked for several market research firms, including Morpace, Inc., Allison-Fisher International and Kantar Research. During his tenure at these firms, he managed research accounts for vehicle teams at GM, assessed new vehicle programs at Ford, and worked on a variety of different alternative fuel and hybrid research projects for OEM’s and suppliers. He has a BA in economics from Albion College and his MBA from Wayne State University. Chelsea Jenkins is the executive director of Virginia Clean Cities, which supports alternative fuel and vehicle deployment activities throughout the commonwealth of Virginia and beyond. Ms. Jenkins has worked over the past two years to grow the Virginia Clean Cities project portfolio from under $1 million in total projects primarily focused in Virginia, Maryland and DC to $24 million in total AF&V projects covering the entire Southeast region and some Mid-Atlantic States. She is a recipient of 2009 Clean Cities Coordinator of the Year award. Prior to becoming the coordinator of Virginia Clean Cities in 2005, Ms. Jenkins helped establish Valley AIRNow, the air quality outreach program for Winchester and Frederick counties. Before a biodiesel project in Malta started her career in alternative fuels, she worked in several nondestructive evaluation laboratories, including NASA’s Langley Research Center. Ms. Jenkins is a graduate of James Madison University’s Integrated Science and Technology Program with a concentration in energy, environment, and transportation. Joe Jobe is the Chief Executive Officer for the National Biodiesel Board (NBB). The NBB is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for biodiesel research and development in the US. Its members include feedstock producers and processors, soybean commodity boards, biodiesel


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suppliers, and fuel marketers and distributors. He has been with the NBB since 1997, and has served as CEO since January 1999. His duties included serving as the principle investigator for the $2.2 million biodiesel health effects testing program. Mr. Jobe became interested in agricultural, environmental, and energy issues growing up on a farm in central Missouri. Prior to working for the NBB, he was a fraud investigator for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, and earlier, a certified public accountant. Bill Kahn is the Manager of Advanced Concepts for Peterbilt Motors. An engineering graduate of Texas A&M University, he has over 25 years experience in the trucking and aerospace industry. His last nine years while at Peterbilt has been dedicated to evaluating emerging technologies, and developing timelines for their viability within the Peterbilt product. His primary focus of late has been in environmental sustainability programs that seek to reduce emissions while improving fuel efficiency, and reducing operating cost. Mr. Kahn is a member of both the Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and is a technical contributor to the 21st Century Truck Partnership, EPA SmartWay and Blue Skyways programs. Dana Kaplinski is Manager of Transportation Business at UTC Power and is responsible for all aspects of the company’s fleet, automotive, and advanced product fuel cell businesses. Ms. Kaplinski joined UTC Power in 2007 as a senior product manager after a distinguished career in the automotive sector. Prior to UTC Power, she served as Assistant Chief Engineer for General Motors Powertrain Group, where she managed engineering development of GM’s rear-wheel-drive hybrid system for sport utility vehicles. She also was engineering group manager responsible for GM engine and transmission control modules. She previously served as Manager, Powertrain Control Systems, at Saturn Corporation. Ms. Kaplinski earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from Michigan State University’s Executive MBA Program. United Technologies Corp., based in Hartford, Conn., provides high-technology products and services to the building and aerospace industries. Its UTC Power unit, based in South Windsor, Conn., is the world leader in developing and producing fuel cells for on-site power at buildings, transportation and space and defense applications. George Karbowski has more than 43 years of heavy-duty truck and bus fleet experience as a journeyman mechanic, supervisor and Director of Fleet Operations and Maintenance. He has spent the last 33 years in public transit with LA Metro and FoothillTransit. Mr. Karbowski’s position at FoothillTransit is under a contract to Veolia Environmental, an internationally recognized environmental organization. He is a recognized expert on the use of alternative fuels in heavy-duty transit buses and was the past Project Manager of the MTA’s Methanol and Ethanol fleets, both the largest in the country, as well as MTA’s first fuel cell bus project. Mr. Karbowski has been involved in the regulatory side of heavy-duty engine emissions, including the writing of AB2766 and Carl Moyer grant proposals. Currently, Mr. Karbowski Chairs the APTA Clean Propulsion & Support Technology Committee and Co-chairs the CTA Maintenance Committee, as well as managing the Foothill Transit Ecoliner Electric Bus Project. Vance Kemler is responsible for the management of Denton’s solid waste and recycling operations. Since joining the city leadership team, he and his staff have implemented a comprehensive solid waste management system that now offers variable rate residential refuse collection service using carts and automated collection vehicles; curbside residential recyclables collection; curbside collection of household hazardous waste and electronics; commercial recycling services to local businesses; developed a Landfill Gas-to-Energy project that produces electricity from landfill gas; incorporated new technology into the landfill operations; implemented a variety of alternative fuel and hybrid technology vehicles into the department’s fleet; and developed other environmental projects through partnerships with private industry and area universities. Mr. Kemler has held progressively responsible operations and management positions in both the private and public sector of the solid waste industry. He is Director on the International Board of Directors fo Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). Mr. Kemler holds a BS in zoology from Texas A&M University, completed post-graduate work in Biology at Sam Houston State University and geology at the University of Houston. He also completed postgraduate work in Public Administration at the University of Houston at Clear Lake. Alex Keros is a Senior Project Engineer for General Motors, working on the development of alternative fuel infrastructure solutions. In this role he is responsible for hydrogen and electric infrastructure planning and implementation for GM’s Project Driveway and the launch of the Chevrolet Volt. Mr. Keros earned a BS in natural resource management and an MBA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Jeffrey M. Kissel is president and chief executive officer of The Gas Company. He started his career at The Gas Company in 1974 as assistant treasurer and manager of crude oil supply. He left the company in 1984 and, over a span of 20 years, worked with companies in North America, Europe and Asia in global finance, operations and growth strategy. He has hands-on experience in the utility, petroleum, engineering and construction industries.

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During the last 10 years, he has focused on environmental engineering, renewable energy and environmental remediation where he served in senior leadership positions shaping corporate strategy, developing new technology and preparing organizations to participate successfully in the 21st Century global economy. Mr. Kissel received his MBA and BBA degrees with honors from the University of Hawaii, where he was a Rhodes scholarship finalist. He is a member of the Hawaii Business Roundtable and serves as a director and chairman of the Audit Committee of Hawaii’s ML Macadamia Orchards, L.P., the world’s largest producer of macadamia nuts. Rich Kolodziej is President of the NGVAmerica (formerly the Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition), a national organization dedicated to the development of a growing, sustainable and profitable market for vehicles powered by natural gas and biomethane. NGVAmerica represents more than 100 engine, vehicle and equipment manufacturers, fleet operators and service providers, natural gas companies, environmental groups and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas and biomethane as transportation fuels. Prior to joining the NGVAmerica in 1996, Mr. Kolodziej was group vice president of the American Gas Association where he held a number of senior positions including vice president of planning, vice president of communications, and senior vice president of marketing and communications. Mr. Kolodziej serves on committees of a number of energy and alternative fuel vehicle organizations. He is the President of the International Association of Natural Gas Vehicles, president of the American Biogas Alliance and a member of the Alternative Fuels Committee of the Transportation Research Board. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the National Energy Foundation, and is Vice-chair of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Mr. Kolodziej holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Rutgers University and a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Gerald Koss is the Marketing Manager for Ford Motor Company’s North America Fleet, Lease and Remarketing Operations with fleet responsibility for the development of the product and marketing strategies, including alternative fuel technologies, for all current and future Ford and Lincoln vehicle lines. Prior to his appointment in Ford Fleet Operations, he spent five years in Ford’s Global Product Strategy and Marketing organization where his assignments included development of the forward model product strategy for North and South America and as the Mondeo Product Marketing Manager in Ford of Europe. His European assignments also included responsibility for the launch of retail leasing initiatives in nine countries. Mr. Koss began his career with Ford in 1981 as a zone manager for Ford Customer Service Division in the Colorado region. Additionally, he has held various sales and marketing positions in Texas, New York and Michigan. James Labonte is the head of Sales, Marketing and Business Development for EMEA and APAC for the Hybrid Vehicle Business at Eaton Corporation. He has responsibility for overall growth of the hybrid and electric vehicle solutions business for his regions. Under his leadership, Eaton has taken the leadership position in numerous vocational, transit and commercial vehicle segments. Previously, Mr. Labonte was the Business Development Manager for the Truck Group and led Strategy & Business Development for Eaton’s Truck business. Prior to joining Eaton, Mr. Labonte was an Executive Manager for General Electric and before that he held the title of Country Manager for Osmonics Inc. for Japan, Korea, Australia and parts of China and Taiwan. Mr. Labonte holds an MBA and undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering and Japanese from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Jaimie Levin has been with AC Transit since 1998, and began developing alternative fuels policy for the District in 1999. He is responsible for a range of program activities, including alternative fuels development, environmental policy, and renewable and sustainable program initiatives. He is the program manager for the development of the District’s hydrogen fuel cell hybrid bus program, which is now valued at more than $84 million and is one of the largest demonstration projects of its type in the world. Mr. Levin holds a Masters of City Planning degree (MCP) from the University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley), with a focus on land use, transportation, and energy. He sits on the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association’s Government Affairs Committee, and he is AC Transit’s representative to the California Fuel Cell Partnership, of which the District is an associate member. Mr. Levin is also a member of the Advisory Board of Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center. Mike Lewis is the leading developer of alternative fuel vehicle fuel stations in California. He was the Project Manager for the Regional Transportation Center in San Diego, CA, the nation’s first Alternative Fuel Vehicle Center. The Center opened in 2003 and featured an alternative fuel station named Pearson Fuels, a new car showroom for alternative fuel vehicles, a repair and conversion shop for the vehicles and an Eco Center. It features Southern California’s first Biodiesel station, the largest electric vehicle charging facility and the first duel pressure natural gas fueling dispenser. Pearson Fuels also is the location for the first ethanol dispenser on the west coast. As the General Manager of Pearson Fuels, Mr. Lewis is opening ethanol-fueling dispensers around the state of California at a rate of almost one per month. Mr. Lewis has a broad background in the automotive and alternative fuel industries. He spent several years with Ford Motor Company and is the current Chair of the San Diego


Bonnie Lowenthal was elected to the state Assembly in 2008. Her entry into the Legislature follows two terms on the Long Beach City Council, and two terms on the Long Beach Unified School District. She also served on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. She holds a master’s degree in Community Clinical Psychology from California State University, Long Beach. She used her license as a Marriage, Family and Child Therapist in both private practice and as a Mental Health Consultant for Head Start, LULAC, and agencies that served the growing and vibrant Cambodian refugee community in Long Beach. Assemblymember Lowenthal chairs the Assembly Committee on Transportation and the Select Committee on Ports. She also serves as a member of the committees on Aging and Long-Term Care, Accountability and Administrative Review, Health and Water, Parks & Wildlife. She represents Long Beach, San Pedro, Signal Hill, Avalon, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates and Palos Verdes Estates. She is eligible to serve in the Assembly until 2014.

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Environmental Foundation dedicated to educating the next generation about renewable fuels, renewable energy and energy. He is a former Board Member of the San Diego Regional Clean Fuels Coalition, a member of Rotary International and American Mensa.

Bryan Luftglass is the Head of Business Development for the Energy Solutions group at Linde LLC. He is responsible for driving the profitable growth of the business through strategy development, financial stewardship and initiative/plan execution. He joined Linde, then BOC Gases, in 2003 as manager of new business development. In that capacity, he uncovered and evaluated opportunities for growth in non-traditional areas and helped in the development and rollout of the business’ new opportunity screening program. Prior to joining Linde, Mr. Luftglass worked for several consulting firms and energy and environmental technology start-up companies. Mr. Luftglass has a background in the physical sciences and holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from Colgate University and a master’s in earth sciences from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla. Lynn Lyon is leading the development of the Texas Clean Transportation Triangle (TCTT). This $82M initiative will provide a natural gas fueling infrastructure connecting Dallas/Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin and Houston to support fleets and other drivers with strategically planned high volume public access stations. The project is spearheaded by America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) in collaboration with over 200 companies, nonprofit corporations and academic institutions in Texas. Ms. Lyon manages strategic projects for domestic operations at Pioneer Natural Resources, based in Irving, TX. Pioneer has operations in the Barnett Shale, South Texas, Eagle Ford, Permian, Mid-Continent, Rockies and Alaska. She is responsible for converting Pioneer’s corporate fleet to natural gas with 31 trucks already converted in Colorado. Plans include up to 1,000 trucks companywide including 400 in Texas. Ms. Lyon is on the Board of Directors at NGVAmerica. She is a founding member of the Clean American Transportation Alliance (CATA) and an active member of the Metroplex NGV Consortium at Texas Christian University and the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University. She has an MBA from Southern Methodist University. Joseph Lyou joined the Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) as President and CEO in 2010 and is based in Los Angeles. A highly regarded leader in California’s environmental movement, Mr. Lyou came to CCA with 20 years of experience in state environmental policy and advocacy, as well as knowledge of science and air quality policy. He previously founded the California Environmental Rights Alliance and has held management positions with the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund and Committee to Bridge the Gap. Mr. Lyou serves as the governor’s appointee to the South Coast Air Quality Management District Governing Board, and he is an active participant on many regional and statewide advisory committees on air pollution, air toxics, environmental justice and environmental health. He received his Ph.D. from UC Santa Cruz in 1990. Jeffrey Macartney is President of Crossroads Equipment Lease & Finance LLC and California Fleet Solutions. California Fleet Solutions is California’s premier provider of regulation, compliance, grant, equipment and financing consultation and solutions provider to California truckers. Crossroads was awarded the operation of the Long Beach & LA Port Clean Truck Financing Program. Mr. Macartney serves on CARB’s Truck Regulatory Advisory Committee (TRAC). Prior to Crossroads he was Chief Financial Officer of Environmental Power Corporation from 2001 to 2005, an alternative fuel power company (waste coal and anaerobic digestion of animal waste to generate methane gas to power electric generators). Before joining Environmental Power, Mr. Macartney held a series of financial positions including Controller of Pitney Bowes Global Financial Services. He worked as Chief Financial Officer for Balboa Capital Corporation, served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration for LB

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Credit a subsidiary of Bank Austria in San Francisco, and worked as Vice President of Finance for Signal Capital Corporation a subsidiary of Allied Signal. Mr. Macartney has BS from the University of Vermont and a MBA from Babson College. Gwen Marelli has worked for the Sempra Energy Companies for twenty years and currently serves as Director of Commercial & Industrial Services for Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas). In that capacity she manages customer service and delivery of energy efficiency programs for the approximately 6,000 large commercial and industrial customers of SoCalGas. Ms. Marelli develops and advocates services and rates to meet evolving customer needs for all 200,000 commercial and industrial customers of SoCalGas. Prior to her current assignment, Ms. Marelli had a variety of assignments for SoCalGas and its sister utility San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), in the companies’ energy markets, capacity products, residential markets strategy, communications/research/ web strategy, field and customer operations. Prior to joining the utilities, she worked as a Flight Test Engineer for the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 aircraft program. She began her career as an Operating Plant Services Engineer for Bechtel Power Corporation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, San Diego and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Mike McGarry is Alternative Energy Fleet Sales Manager with the GM Fleet and Commercial Operations. He is responsible for Alternative Energy Vehicle sales growth with new and existing customers. Products include E85 Flex Fuel vehicles, Biodiesel and Gaseous fuel vehicles (CNG and LPG), advanced hybrids, and battery electric vehicles. Prior to joining Fleet and Commercial in 2006, Mr. McGarry has had various Sales and Service management assignments in the General Motors Regional and National Sales, Service and Marketing organizations.

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Tony McQuary is the Senior Director of Marketing & Strategic Business Planning for Peterbilt Motors Company. Mr. McQuary has more than 25 years of operations, sales and financial experience, twenty of which have been with PACCAR. In his current role, he leads advanced technology initiatives, Peterbilt’s sustainability programs and strategies to grow the use of alternative fuels. His leadership roles have included senior positions over PACCAR’s manufacturing operations during which time the truck plants advanced quality and operating efficiencies to new levels. His other positions with PACCAR include Assistant General Manager - Sales and Marketing, Plant Manager and Business Program Manager during the development of a new product platform. Mr. McQuary is currently an active board member for the North Texas Clean Air Coalition. Prior to joining PACCAR, he held various finance and operations positions at The Boeing Company. Mr. McQuary holds a BA in economics from Linfield College and an MBA from Boston College. Jordan McRobie is the Southern California Regional Coordinator for the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP); he focuses on building key relationships with infrastructure stakeholders with a goal of facilitating accelerated deployment of hydrogen fueling stations. He also actively supports the CaFCP’s media and outreach events with member organizations around the LA area. He received a bachelor of arts in economics from the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. Susan McSherry is a Program Manager at the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), Division of Planning & Sustainability. She holds a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from the City College of New York and a master’s degree in urban planning from Hunter College. Her responsibilities encompass all facets of planning policy, program development, and grant management for NYCDOT in the area of alternative fuels and clean vehicle programs. Between the years 2002 to 2007, Ms. McSherry was a Coordinator Representative for the NYC Clean Cities Program, and assisted in launching the Program as the not-for-profit entity, NYCLHVCC, Inc. Jake Millan is head of the Fleet Sales Division at Propel Fuels, a Redwood City, California-based renewable fuel retailer that builds, owns and operates clean fueling stations throughout California and Washington State. With Propel since 2008, Mr. Millan works with a variety of public fleets/agencies and private businesses to facilitate the reduction of petroleum consumption. Prior to joining Propel, Mr. Millan spent time at both Seattle Biodiesel (a biodiesel production plant) and its parent company, Imperium Renewables, where he helped to make the first-ever bio-jetfuel for Virgin Atlantic Airlines. Along similar lines, he was also the Biofuel Technical Advisor for the 20% bio-jetfuel that Boeing debuted in their hydroplane at Seafair in Seattle, Washington in 2008. Mr. Millan graduated from the University of Montana. Judith Mitchell was elected to the Rolling Hills Estates city council in 1999 and served as Mayor in 2004 and 2009. She has been involved in the city’s activities for more than 24 years, also serving on the Parks and Activities Commission and Planning Commission. Council Member Mitchell has been a member of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Regional Law Enforcement Committee and Transit Authority. In February 2010, she was elected to the governing board of the South Coast Air Quality Management District. In 2008-2009, Council Member Mitchell served as President of the League of California Cities, where she remains on the Executive Board. She also chairs


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the CCS Partnership, an alliance of the League of California Cities, the California State Association of Counties and the California School Boards Association. Before being elected President of the League, she chaired the League’s Environmental Quality Policy Committee and several League task forces. Council Member Mitchell received her BA from Purdue University, an MA from University of California, Los Angeles, and a JD from Loyola Law School at Los Angeles. She was involved in an active business litigation practice until 2001. She presently serves “of counsel” to her former firm. Matt Miyasato is the Assistant Deputy Executive Officer for the Technology Advancement Office at the South Coast Air Quality Management District. In this role, he leads the Demonstration, Implementation, Best Available ControlTechnologies (BACT), andTechnology Outreach groups, with the overall goal of developing, demonstrating, and accelerating the commercialization and implementation of clean technologies. Dr. Miyasato received his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, and his master’s and PhD in engineering, specializing in combustion technologies and air pollution control – all from the University of California, Irvine (UCI). He has worked at Southern California Edison in the Nuclear Engineering Department and at General Electric, where he designed burners and combustion modifications for utility boilers. He was also a research scientist at UCI, where he managed the industrial burner research program and has publications on combustion phenomena, active control, and laser diagnostics. Dr. Miyasato serves as the lead staff support for the California Fuel Cell Partnership, the California Stationary Fuel Cell Collaborative, the California Hydrogen Highway Network, and the Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Center. Matt Montford is Manager of Business Development for States Logistics Services, Inc. His career in the logistics industry began in the early 1990’s. In addition to managing the transportation department, over the years, Mr. Montford has also successfully managed several of States Logistics’ warehouses and played a vital role in the company’s safety initiatives and the purchasing and maintenance of material handling equipment. His wide range of skills and diverse background has enabled him to be particularly effective in improving functionality and productivity within the warehouse and controlling cost factors. Todd Mouw is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ROUSH CleanTech, bringing more than fifteen years of experience in the automotive and high tech industries. He manages the national sales staff, leading the charge in helping FORTUNE 500 fleets find ways to reduce their carbon footprint and operating costs through utilizing alternative fuel technologies. Mr. Mouw has been working with fleets to incorporate liquid propane autogas vehicles into their fleet programs and has seen great interest in the lineup of ROUSH CleanTech propane-autogas-fueled Ford trucks and vans. He has considerable sales and marketing experience with Ford, GM, and Chrysler on their dealer, fleet, and consumer communications programs. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Erik Neandross is the Chief Executive Officer for Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), a 17-year-old environmental consulting firm with offices in Santa Monica, California and New York City. GNA specializes in emission reduction, energy and transportation policy, and market development for alternative fuel vehicles. Mr. Neandross has more than a decade of experience in the development of advanced transportation and heavyduty alternative fuel vehicle and refueling infrastructure projects. He is the Project Director for GNA’s awardwinning Interstate Clean Transportation Corridor (ICTC) Project, the most successful planned clean fuel corridor of LNG refueling stations throughout the United States, and has also helped to spearhead the development of the Texas Clean Transportation Triangle and the Pennsylvania Clean Transportation Corridor. Mr. Neandross provides consulting services to heavy-duty truck and engine manufacturers, fuel suppliers, and other industry stakeholders, as well as to leading national fleet operators including Ryder Trucks, City of Los Angeles, Sysco Food Services, Waste Management, UPS, California Cartage Company, Long Beach Transit, and many others. Anthony Orta has worked for Southern California Gas Company (SCG) for over thirty years. As Asset Manager in Fleet Services, he is responsible for replacement planning and remarketing strategies for SCG and SDG&E, with a combined fleet of over 7,100 vehicles and equipment. Mr. Orta also has experience with the American Gas Association and the American Natural Gas Alliance, a collaborative intended to influence Detroit Automakers to resume their production of NGVs. Additionally, he has established quality assurance and technician training programs, and an internal process to address safety, ergonomic, and productivity vehicle modifications of existing fleet vehicles. Scott Perry is Group Director of Vehicle Supply Management for Ryder System, Inc., a FORTUNE 500 transportation and supply chain management solutions company. In this position, Mr. Perry holds primary responsibility for the organization’s Vehicle Procurement, Inventory Planning and Management, Warranty Operations, Total Tire Management, Ryder Fleet Products and Ryder Rebuild Center Operations for the Fleet Management Solutions business segment. Mr. Perry also plays a lead role in Ryder’s alternative fuel innovation program, including

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managing the implementation of alternative fuel and vehicle technologies, such as natural gas, into Ryder’s operations. Most recently, Mr. Perry was Director of Operations, responsible for overseeing fleet maintenance operations in the South Central United States. Mr. Perry joined Ryder in 1991 and has held varying roles of responsibility in Ryder’s Integrated Logistics and Dedicated Contract Carriage division, including Group Logistics Manager for the Southeast region and General Manager for the Mississippi/Louisiana Business Unit. Mr. Perry holds an MBA from the University of Tennessee and a BS from Jacksonville State University. He is a member of the Conference Board’s Purchasing and Supply Leadership Council and the Institute for Supply Management. He is also actively engaged in the American Trucking Association’s Technology and Maintenance Council. Nick Portonova has been in the Deer Valley Unified School District (DVUSD) for the past 33 years. He was a school Principal for 25 years and has been in Transportation as Director for the past eight years. The district began its alternative fuel program in 1999, with the construction of a new fueling facility that provided the infrastructure for a fleet of (24) CNG buses to fuel. Diesel fuel tanks were built to facilitate the mixing of diesel and oil to create a B-50 blend to run in approximately 236 of the district buses. A large majority of Deer Valleys white fleet, cars and vans, utilize an E-85 blend. The district is a pioneer in the early use of bio-diesel in school buses. They have been utilizing blends of B-50, B-20 and B-5 successfully for the past 12 years. Mr. Portonova has stated that the biggest benefit of using bio-diesel and other alternative fuels is the healthier choice the district is providing that contributes to a cleaner environment for their students. The district was just recently recognized by the National Bio-diesel Conference by being presented with one of their “Eye on Bio-diesel” awards. It was their “Inspiration Award”, for sharing their success story of using Bio-diesel blends for the past 12 years and inspiring others across the country to understand the benefits that bio-diesel can provide.

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Jeffrey Reed is the Director of Emerging Technology for the Sempra Energy utilities -- Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas and Electric. In this capacity, he leads development of policies and initiatives aimed at supporting the development and deployment of sustainable energy solutions and leads the natural gas RD&D, Emerging Technology, equity investment, and natural-gas vehicle programs. He has also led numerous company initiatives related to renewable and low-carbon energy technologies. Prior to joining the Sempra utilities, Dr. Reed was a senior strategy consultant and an officer with ABB Power Generation in Switzerland. Dr. Reed holds a doctorate in engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and a master’s degree in management from Stanford University. Martin Reineman works in the EPA’s Office ofTransportation and Air Quality in Ann Arbor, Michigan. During his tenure at the EPA, he has worked on a variety of activities, including inter-laboratory correlation and test equipment qualification, technical issues related to vehicle inspection testing, and OEM light-duty vehicle certification and compliance. Currently, he is working on policies affecting aftermarket fuel converters. Mr. Reineman is a registered professional engineer and holds engineering degrees from Purdue University and the University of Michigan. Chris Rice manages Maryland Energy Administration’s (MEA) Transportation, Clean Cities and Farm Audit Programs. He sits on the North East Regional Biomass Steering Committee, ARC Energy Committee, Renewable Fuels Taskforce, LNG Taskforce and the Chesapeake Bay Commission’s study on cellulosic ethanol. His projects include: anaerobic digestion, biomass combustion/gasification, biodiesel consumption and production, ethanol consumption and production, hybrid electric and all electric vehicles, Farm Audit and landfill gas. In addition Mr. Rice runs the Renewable Electricity Production Tax Credit Program and the Bio-Heating Oil Tax Credit Program. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in biology in 2001. Prior to joining the MEA, Mr. Rice was an administrative assistant for the Maryland Republican Party, laboratory manager at Tip Top Poultry, project manager at McManus Construction and an animal care-taker at the University of Georgia’s Animal Research Farm. Greg Roche is the Vice President of National Accounts & Infrastructure, leading the Clean Energy infrastructure program for national and regional fleets.This effort ensures CNG and LNG fueling stations are available as needed by fleets. His role encompasses the Company’s infrastructure strategic plan, station real estate, and LNG supply. Mr. Roche holds an MS in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles and a BS in nuclear engineering from Iowa State University. Dean Saito is currently the Manager of the On-Road Section within the Mobile Source Division at the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) in Diamond Bar, California. Prior to joining the SCAQMD in 2001, Mr. Saito was Chief of Smog Check Operations at the Bureau of Automotive Repair and has over 25 years of experience at the California Air Resources Board in various functional areas including air quality planning,


Balwinder Samra is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Balqon Corporation, Advanced Transportation Solutions with zero emission electric drive system technologies for commercial vehicles, including but not limited to buses, heavy/medium and light duty trucks, tractors and recreational vehicles for applications worldwide. Prior to 2005, Mr. Samra was president and chief executive officer of EVI, a leading manufacturer of electric buses, trucks and trailers. From 1991 to 2000, Mr. Samra was Corporate Vice President of Taylor-Dunn Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of electric industrial vehicles and tow tractors where he was responsible for worldwide marketing, dealer sales and operations. Previously, Mr. Samra also worked for Flextronics, Micropolis and Wangtek in Operations and Quality management and he currently holds a BS in chemistry from Punjab University, India.

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enforcement, and rule development. At the SCAQMD, Mr. Saito’s primary responsibility is the implementation of the District’s “Fleet Rules” and development of mobile source strategies for Air Quality Management Plans and State Implementation Plans.

Jeff Shefchik, President of Paper Transport, joined the company in 2003 as the Director of Finance. He was promoted to COO in 2005 and President in 2006. Paper Transport is a regional dry van truckload carrier based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They currently operate a combined 280 tractors in Green Bay, Wisconsin; Jacksonville, Florida; Albany, Georgia; and Muskogee, Oklahoma. In February 2010, Paper Transport purchased two Freightliner M-2 tractors powered by the Cummins ISL-G natural gas engine. In September 2010, five additional trucks were purchased. The seven tractors run daily between Green Bay and Chicago, hauling up to 46,000 lbs of freight. In the first year over 500,000 miles were traveled, displacing over 75,000 gallons of diesel fuel. Aleka Seville is the Sustainable Transportation Specialist for Alameda County, General Services Agency. In this role, she develops, implements, and enhances sustainable transportation programs and services for employees and residents. Ms. Seville focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and vehicle miles traveled (VMT) from both County employee commutes and the County’s vehicle fleet.Through expanding the County’s Clean Commute Program, she has created new programs and benefits for employees to make clean commuting cost effective and convenient at each of the County’s major worksites. In order to improve the environmental performance of the County’s fleet, Ms. Seville initiates partnerships with nonprofits, private companies and public agencies to align efforts and secure funding to build local sustainable transportation infrastructure. Currently, Alameda County is working with eleven other local government agencies and the nonprofit Bay Area Climate Collaborative to purchase and install electric vehicles and infrastructure throughout the Bay Area region. Ms. Seville has worked to advance clean energy and sustainable solutions in the nonprofit, private and public sectors. Rebecca Schenker is a Senior Associate at Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), where she provides technical, policy, grant and public affairs project management for GNA’s clients. Ms. Schenker has developed regulatory compliance and grant application strategies for fleets such as Waste Management, UPS and the City of Los Angeles. Other accomplishments include managing large-scale natural gas transportation fuel market assessments throughout the United States and securing over $100 million in grant funding for alternative fuel vehicle, station and energy production projects. She currently oversees GNA’s Interstate Clean Transportation Corridor (ICTC) project, which aims to develop an LNG and LCNG multi-state clean fuel corridor for heavy-duty fleets by leveraging innovative funding strategies and public-private partnerships. John Sledge has held senior management positions over the last twenty years in the energy sector in North America as well as Asia Pacific. More recently, he has headed up the Marketing and Sales organizations for leading alternate fuels engine conversion systems and installations, including his present position as Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Landi Renzo USA. Mr. Sledge is housed out of the Landi Renzo USA headquarters in Torrance, California. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dennis Smith is the Technology Deployment Manager for the Department Of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Vehicle Technologies at the US DOE headquarters office in Washington, D.C. He also serves as the National Clean Cities Director, working with a network of 100 Clean Cities Coalitions across the country. His duties include working closely with truck and auto manufacturers, fuel providers, state & regional governments, national laboratories, public safety officials and other key stakeholders to expand the use of alternative fuels and other petroleum reduction technologies and practices in the transportation sector. Mr. Smith is a registered professional engineer and a Certified Energy Manager with over thirty years of experience in the energy industry. Hal D. Snyder is Vice President of Customer Solutions for San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) and Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), Sempra Energy’s regulated California utilities. As vice president of customer solutions, Mr. Snyder is responsible for the utilities’ customer programs promoting energy efficiency, sustainability, low-income assistance and the development of new emerging technologies, including clean transportation,

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distributed energy, in-home services and biofuels. From 2004 through 2007, Mr. Snyder was Vice President of gas storage, transmission and distribution, managing operations serving more than 6.2 million SDG&E and SoCalGas customers. From 1998 to 2004, he served in increasingly responsible management positions for Sempra Pipelines & Storage, which develops and operates North American natural gas pipeline and storage facilities. He also led Sempra Pipelines & Storage’s development efforts in Canada. Prior to 1998, Mr. Snyder held a variety of management positions in business development, operations, marketing, engineering and project management for SoCalGas. He serves as a board member of the California Science Center, American Gas Association and the Coalition for Clean Air. Mr. Snyder holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from California State University, Long Beach, and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Michael Stark has led the Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation (FCCC) alternate fuels program from its inception in 2001. He is also currently serving as the Senior Technical Sales Manager responsible for all fleet technical support and is the project manager supporting sales, service, and training for FCCC. With over thirty years of experience in the transportation industry, Mr. Stark previously served as the Engineering Manager responsible for all design and development projects for the pick-up and delivery market for FCCC. Matt Stewart is a Senior Automotive Equipment Analyst for the City of Chicago’s Department of Fleet Management. Since joining the department in 2006, he has been responsible for the purchase of alternativefuel, hybrid and electric vehicles. He also oversees implementation of diesel-emissions-retrofits, idle-reduction and other programs that reduce petroleum usage and emissions from the city-wide fleet, including police, fire, airport and sanitation vehicles. Ongoing programs in the department include the implementation of segments of the Chicago Climate Action Plan, a minimum of ten-percent increase in the size of the green fleet annually, and extensive alternative-fuel and diesel-emissions initiatives funded in part by the Recovery Act and other grants. Prior to his employment with the City, he worked in fleet management at the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, Illinois, a leading green fleet. Mr. Stewart is a NAFA Certified Automotive Fleet Manager and received his BA in anthropology from Wheaton College in Illinois.

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Greg Tabak is the Director of Business Sales at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, managing the Enterprise Holdings Synergy and Electric Vehicle Program for Southern California. Mr. Tabak built and developed Enterprise’s Synergy Program, which works with all five business units to offer customers a “Total Transportation Solution.” He was recently asked to develop the Electric Vehicle Program for the Southern California market. Initial rollout of the EV program will begin in San Diego, Ontario, Thousand Oaks, Pasadena and Santa Monica with many other locations to follow. He has been with Enterprise Holdings for over fifteen years. Peter Ward is the Program Manager for the AB 118 Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program to be administered by the California Energy Commission (CEC). Prior to this assignment, he served as policy advisor to Vice Chair and Commissioner James Boyd, at the CEC. He was the fuel distribution program manager for the California Clean Fuels Infrastructure Program, and served as the statewide Clean Cities Program Coordinator for five years. Mr. Ward has had extensive experience in the establishment of clean, alternative fuel infrastructure and fuel distribution, including fuel methanol, fuel ethanol, compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas and propane. He has over thirty years experience in alternative transportation fuels and renewable energy sources with the Commission. He was responsible for the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Plan and Program which included a bi-annual Market Assessment of Alternative Fuels for Transportation and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure project cost-sharing solicitations. Mr. Ward holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and master’s degree in public administration from California State University, Chico. Jennifer Weaver serves as the OEM Outreach & Education Program Manager for the National Biodiesel Board. In this capacity, Ms. Weaver works as a liaison between the biodiesel industry and all of the major automotive, engine and equipment manufacturers. Her core responsibilities include educating those companies - as well as their suppliers, dealers and customers - on key technical advances in biodiesel, and guiding their efforts to support and promote the use of biodiesel blends in their diesel engines and future diesel vehicle programs. Ms. Weaver has nearly twenty years experience in managing a wide variety of Public Relations, Marketing, Education and Training Programs for various clients in the Automotive and Alternative Fuels industries. Chuck White is a registered Professional Civil Engineer and Geotechnical Engineer in California. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and master’s degree in civil engineering, both from the University of Michigan. Mr. White has over 35 years of professional experience in environmental engineering, waste management and pollution control in California. Prior to joining Waste Management, Mr. White held a variety of positions in California state government, including assignments with the State Water Resources Control


Robert White is Director of Market Development for RFA, a non-profit trade organization that serves as the voice of the ethanol industry, providing advocacy, authoritative analysis, and important industry data to its members, Congress, federal and state government agencies, strategic partners, the media and other opinion-leader audiences. In this position, Mr. White leads efforts to increase the availability and consumption of higher blends of ethanol, along with consumer education, social media and marketing. He works with petroleum marketers and retailers, state and federal agencies, fleets and consumers. He is also a sought after technical expert for the ethanol industry on ethanol, E85 and blender pumps. He has served on various boards of directors and advisory committees. Mr. White is also a veteran of the U.S. Army, and holds two degrees, one in foreign languages and another in agricultural economics.

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Board, Regional Water Quality Control Boards, the Department of Health Services, and the Department of Toxic Substances Control. Mr. White left government service in March 1990 to assume his current position as Director of Regulatory Affairs for Waste Management in the Western US.

Roy Willis is the founding President of the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC), a congressionally authorized commodity check-off program. Since 1998, he has led implementation on a multi-disciplinary program of research and development, safety and training, consumer education, agriculture, and engine fuel. He was named Chief Executive Officer of PERC in 2005. He was founding chairman of the Global Technology Network of the World LP Gas Association. Mr. Willis served ten years as a senior congressional staffer and four years as an aide in the Louisiana legislature. He was senior vice president and acting president of the Independent Petroleum Association of America. He was chairman of the National Energy Resources Organization and president of an advertising agency. A U.S. Navy veteran, Mr. Willis holds degrees in communications and law. Diane Wittenberg is the Executive Director and Chairman of the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative (PEVC). The Collaborative is a public-private partnership of automotive companies, California utilities, electric charging network providers, environmental organizations, NGOs, California legislators and regulators, and other thought leaders. These organizations have come together to help ensure a successful and sustainable plug-In electric vehicle (PEV) market in California. The Collaborative recently released TAKING CHARGE: Establishing California Leadership in the Plug-In Electric Vehicle Marketplace. The strategic plan identifies challenges and makes 10 broad recommendations and 31 specific actions to facilitate mass-market adoption of PEVs in California. Diane has served as Executive Director of The Climate Registry, a GHG registry governed by many states and provinces. Before that, she was President of the California Climate Action Registry. Previously, she was a Vice President of Edison International and president of Edison EV. Doug Yglesias is the Technical Services Development Manager for Parker Hannifin’s Energy Recovery Hybrid Drive Systems Division. He is responsible for building all aspects of product support for the RunWise Advance Series Drive System. Mr. Yglesias has an MS from St. Thomas University and is a former Dealer Principal of a Ford, Sterling, and Autocar dealership. He has been in the automotive industry throughout the majority of his twenty year professional career. Matt Zerega is an energy professional with nine years of experience in audit, corporate economics & policy, merchant power and M&A with Sempra Energy and its regulated and unregulated affiliates. Mr. Zerega has conducted financial and technical assessments for utility-scale renewable technologies and suppliers, and developed the Plug-in Vehicle adoption forecast for electric transportation and infrastructure within SDG&E’s service territory. Prior to his tenure in the energy industry, Mr. Zerega spent six years in I.T. -- in enterprise systems implementation with Deloitte, and in software development with a medical management software start-up. William Zobel is Senior Vice President of Business Development for Trillium USA, and is responsible for the growth and direction of Trillium’s natural gas refueling business. Mr. Zobel has 23 years of experience in the energy sector. Prior to his role at Trillium, he managed the Natural Gas and Electric Vehicle Clean Transportation program at Sempra Utilities as well as their Environmental and Climate Change Policy. Previously, Mr. Zobel served as Director of Strategy and Business Analysis for BP America where he helped develop BP’s national presence following their merger with ARCO. Mr. Zobel is among a select group working on behalf of Energy Secretary Chu on the National Petroleum Council’s “Future Transportation Fuels Study.” He serves as Vice Chairman of CalStart, and sits on the Board of the California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition. Previously, he served on the boards of NGV America, the Electric Drive Transportation Association, the California Electric Transportation Coalition, the California Manufacturers and Technology Association’s, the Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership, the Conservation Corps of Long Beach, and the Moonlight Cultural Foundation. Mr. Zobel holds a BS in chemical engineering from California State University, Long Beach, and is a graduate of Columbia University’s executive business program.

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Autogas for America

Comprised of autogas experts, public and private fleets, and environmental advocates, Autogas for America (AFA) is the unified voice of the propane autogas industry in the United States.The organization is driving immediate change in the fuel choice of America’s fleets – transitioning from gasoline to clean, economical, domestically produced autogas. Leveraging industry cooperation to widen recognition of autogas among the American public, media and government, AFA fosters a sustainable autogas market by centralizing the national autogas conversation. AFA stakeholders will eliminate thousands of tons of harmful emissions and work toward a clean break from foreign oil. To learn more about Autogas for America and to help enhance our energy security, visit our website to become a stakeholder today. www.autogasforamerica.org

Automotive Digest

AIN, Inc.’s Web magazine is an on-line media magazine that provides an electronic media “digest” of the significant automotive industry news, developments, and activities in the automotive industry published by major national and global print publications, magazines, wire services, Internet enewsletters, and newspapers. Automotive Information Network also publishes 11 electronic market segment enewsletters with a weekly distribution of over 250,000 email briefings to an audience of nearly 75,000 automotive executives. www.automotivedigest.com

Balqon Corporation

Balqon Corporation (OTCBB: BLQN), headquartered in Harbor City, California is a leading developer and manufacturer of zero-emissions electric drive systems, lithium battery energy storage products and light, medium to heavy-duty electric vehicles. Committed to developing advanced vehicle drive systems, Balqon Corporation provides high efficiency electric drives and energy systems to be used in electric buses and cargo carrying applications worldwide. Balqon Corporation’s product line is custom designed for transportation models at ports, airports, marine terminals, rail yards, warehouses, intermodal facilities, military bases, mail facilities, and more. www.balqon.com

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) is at the forefront of improving air quality and protecting global climate for the seven million residents of the San Francisco Bay Area. Through incentives and public/private partnerships, the BAAQMD is the Bay Area’s leading proponent of clean air vehicle and technology projects, having awarded more than $200 million to clean fleet projects since 1992. In 2010 alone, the BAAQMD allocated $5 million to help accelerate early adoption of electric vehicles (EV) through targeted investments in residential and public infrastructure projects. Over the next two years, this effort is supporting the deployment of 3,000 home chargers, 50 Direct Charge (DC) fast chargers and 1,000 public chargers in the Bay Area. The program will also provide significant technical support to local cities and counties to assist with solving potential barriers to EV adoption. The BAAQMD is proud to be a member of the California Plug-in Vehicle collaborative and will continue to be a major supporter of deployment efforts and development of advanced zero-emission technology. In addition to its commitment to electric vehicles, the BAAQMD will also launch a $6 million program to invest in vehiclebased alternative fuel technologies and demonstration projects in fall of 2011. www.baaqmd.gov/EVReady

Bay Area Climate Collaborative

BAY AREA CLIMATE COLLABORATIVE

The Bay Area has been a global center of innovation for decades. Through the vision of the region’s government, business, and non-profit leaders, the Bay Area Climate Collaborative is creating common direction and accelerating the clean energy economy and response to climate change. By bringing together leaders across key sectors, the Collaborative is making the local clean energy economy real, growing the market for key products and services, making Bay Area companies even more globally competitive. The Bay Area can in turn provide expertise and best practices for other regions to follow, safeguarding local and global water, air and other resources for current and future generations. www.baclimate.org


Our mission is to develop the market for biodiesel through education, outreach, and advocacy while providing is member-owners with access to a high quality, more sustainable, B99 biodiesel developmental fuel. We do so by operating a system of small mobile bulk storage facilities and incorporating our members as an approved “fleet”. Members draw down fuel as needed, based on a allotment set-aside, much like having a savings account at a credit union, but with fuel instead of money on deposit. We also advocate for local fleet operators (such as public works maintenance districts, schools and trucking firms) to switch to approved biodiesel blend B20 fleet fuel. In either case, our goals are the same: to demonstrate a regional market for high-quality, locally produced biodiesel; and, to induce brick and mortar fuel stations to start selling biofuels. We encourage people in other areas who are interested to organize their own “grange”, and sponsor a similar facility for their community. biodiesel-coop.org

Bosch Diesel Systems

For more than 100 years, the Bosch Group has been a leader in automotive, industrial, consumer and building technologies in the United States and across the globe. In North America, the company manufactures and markets automotive original equipment and aftermarket products, industrial drives and control technology, power tools, security and packaging technology, thermo technology, household appliances, solar energy and healthcare products. Bosch employs more than 20,000 associates in more than 70 locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico, with reported sales in the U.S. of $7.3 billion in fiscal year 2009. With all its products and services, Bosch enhances the quality of life by providing solutions which are both innovative and beneficial. www.bosch.us

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The Biodiesel Cooperative of Los Angeles

BREATHE LA of Los Angeles County

BREATHE LA is a local non-profit organization committed to improving lung health and air quality for Los Angeles area residents through education and innovative practices. To promote our initiatives, BREATHE LA partners with community organizations, universities and businesses. Recognized for our educational series and wellness programs including asthma control for children along with their groundbreaking research, BREATHE LA serves as a clean air and healthy living advocate. With our concern for everyone’s quality of life in the region, BREATHE LA emphasizes that we all have a stake in the air we breathe. www.breathela.org

Bulk Transporter Magazine

Bulk Transporter magazine serves executives and managers of tank truck fleets, tank container operations, and storage terminals. Their companies operate domestically and internationally, transporting and distributing a wide range of liquid and dry bulk cargoes, including petroleum products, chemicals, plastics, cement and other construction materials and foods. www.bulktransporter.com

California Counties Fleet Managers Association

The California County Fleet Managers Association (CCFMA) is an organization designed to help public-sector fleet professionals perform their duties in the most effective way possible. By sharing the wisdom, knowledge and experience of the entire membership, fleet related issues are tackled “collectively.” This combined “brain trust” of the membership is a powerful tool that CCFMA members have at their disposal at all times. CCFMA members discuss issues and develop solutions, and often the solution that works for one County/Jurisdiction can be applied to many others. CCFMA is open to not only California Counties, but any California city as well. Public-sector fleet professionals all face the same or similar issues…why not work together as a team to solve them? That is what the California County Fleet Managers Association does best! www.ccfma.org

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California Electric Transportation Coalition (CalETC)

CalETC is a non-profit association promoting clean air and working to combat climate change through the use of electric transportation. Over the last 15 years electric off-road equipment has become commonplace with forklifts, airport equipment, lawn equipment and other types of off-road equipment transitioning to clean electricity. This transition has resulted in significantly lowering the use of petroleum in these various categories, paving the way for the next wave of on-road large-scale deployment of electric vehicles. With every major auto maker announcing production or upcoming production of some manner of electric vehicle, California is poised to continue to lead the transition of the transportation sector away from petroleum and towards electricity. CalETC will continue to support all aspects of the transition to electric transportation, working closely with our government, environmental, and industry partners to ensure success. www.caletc.com

California Energy Commission

The California Energy Commission is the state’s principal energy planning organization. The Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, created by Assembly Bill 118 (Nunez, Chapter 750, Statutes of 2007) authorizes the Energy Commission to leverage approximately $100 million annually with public and private investments to develop and deploy clean, efficient, and low-carbon alternative fuels and vehicle technologies. The goals of the Program are to reduce petroleum use and transportation-related emissions, increase alternative fuel use, and spur development of bioenergy resources. The Energy Commission has an annual program budget of approximately $100 million to invest in the development and deployment of these projects. Assembly Bill 118 also provides up to $50 million per year for the Air Quality Improvement Program, administered by the Air Resources Board, which complements the Energy Commission’s investment plan in providing alternative fuel vehicle incentives. www.energy.ca.gov

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California Fleet Solutions is a California-based company strictly focused on helping California transportation professionals identify their best and most cost-effective compliance strategies. California Fleet Solutions (CFS) is a California-based company that helps California transportation professionals identify their best and most cost effective compliance strategies. CFS offers a variety of solutions – from retrofits to new or used truck purchases to competitive financing. We can also explain the grant funding application process and have secured millions of dollars in public grant funds for California fleets. CFS experts track rule development, changes to existing regulations, penalties and enforcement, and can make understanding the details as simple as possible. www.cafleetsolutions.com

California Fuel Cell Partnership

The California Fuel Cell Partnership works toward commercialization of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, through a collaboration of auto manufacturers, energy providers, government agencies, and fuel cell technology companies. These zero-emission vehicles decrease mobile-source greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants, reduce dependency on fossil fuels used for transportation, and are an important component of California’s clean energy goals. www.cafcp.org

California Hydrogen Business Council

California is where hydrogen gets down to business. And the California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) is the vital link between hydrogen-technology developers, businesses, energy leaders, government, and infrastructure providers. A 501(c) (6) non-profit organization, members share a common vision of clean energy and transportation fueled by hydrogen. The California Hydrogen Business Council brings a deeper understanding of the use of hydrogen in energy and transportation to a variety of market segments. California Hydrogen Business Council members are poised to directly implement the technology and service solutions necessary to make the hydrogen economy an environmental and commercial success. www.californiahydrogen.org


The California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership (CNGVP) is an alliance of air quality, transportation and energy agencies, vehicle and engine manufacturers, fuel providers, transit and refuse hauler associations, and other stakeholders interested in increasing and strengthening the deployment of low-emission natural gas vehicles throughout California. Through the CNGVP’s efforts in California, the organization has helped to deliver the promise of clean transportation by promoting the research and development, demonstration and deployment, accessibility and commercializing, and legislative support for natural gas vehicles. The success of these efforts in California has served as a model for low-emission, alternative fuel initiatives in other states across the country and around the globe. www.cngvp.org

California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative

The California Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Collaborative, a multi-stakeholder publicprivate effort, is working together to ensure a strong and enduring transition to a plug-in electric vehicle market in California. The Collaborative includes elected and appointed officials, automakers, utilities, infrastructure providers, environmental organizations and others. The PEV Collaborative has developed an actionable plan, TAKING CHARGE: Establishing California Leadership in the Plug-In Electric Vehicle Marketplace, that helps California meet its energy, technology and environmental goals. The strategic plan was written by the PH&EV Research Center at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis and guided by the Collaborative members. The Collaborative is now focused on implementing and the recommendations outlined in the strategic plan. www.evcollaborative.org

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California Natural Gas Vehicle Partnership (CNGVP)

California Transit Association

As one of the most influential state associations in the nation, the California Transit Association is dedicated to shaping California’s critical investment in the future of transportation. Comprised of nearly 190 member organizations, the Association attracts and retains all of California’s largest urban transit operators, as well as dozens of agencies in suburban and rural areas. Also included are commuter rail agencies, transit support groups, national and international businesses that provide supplies and equipment to transit systems, and government agencies. The California Transit Association is committed to a collaborative approach to advocating for improved transit operations throughout California. We work with local, state and federal legislators, and are the primary advocate for transit in the state. With support and active engagement from member organizations, the California Transit Association is focused on implementing transit-friendly policy, a balanced transportation system, and increased transit funding. www.caltransit.org

Chart Inc.

Chart Inc. supplies cryogenic solutions for the storage, distribution, vaporization, and application of LNG and LCNG solutions to meet the world’s clean air needs. LNG may be utilized as a primary source of heat or power at industrial or residential complexes located away from a natural gas pipeline, for peak shaving or as a back-up supply at remote locations. LNG is like any liquid fuel, such as diesel or ethanol, and may be transported by truck to any location of the world. Chart supplies cryogenic fuel stations, trailers, bulk storage tanks, tap-off facilities, vacuum insulated pipe, and vaporization equipment specially configured for LNG applications. LNG is the premier alternative fuel to power heavy-duty vehicles because of its low cost, light weight, and proven experience. Chart’s LNG Group will design, supply, commission, and train for LNG and LCNG stations anywhere in the world. www.chart-ind.com

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Chesapeake Energy

Formed in 1989 with only 10 employees and $50,000 in capital, we’ve grown into the second-largest producer of natural gas, a Top 15 producer of oil and natural gas liquids and the most active driller of new wells in the U.S. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, the company’s operations are focused on discovering and developing unconventional natural gas and oil fields onshore in the U.S. Chesapeake owns leading positions in the Barnett, Haynesville, Marcellus and Bossier natural gas shale plays and in the Eagle Ford, Granite Wash, Cleveland, Tonkawa, Mississippian, Wolfcamp, Bone Spring, Avalon and Niobrara unconventional liquids plays. The company has also vertically integrated its operations and owns substantial midstream, compression, drilling and oilfield service assets. www.chk.com

Clean Energy

Clean Energy (Nasdaq: CLNE) is the largest provider of natural gas fuel for transportation in North America and a global leader in the expanding natural gas vehicle market. It has operations in CNG and LNG vehicle fueling, construction and operation of CNG and LNG fueling stations, biomethane production, vehicle conversion and compressor technology. It fuels over 19,900 vehicles at 211 strategic locations across the United States and Canada with a broad customer base in the refuse, transit, trucking, shuttle, taxi, airport and municipal fleet markets. www.cleanenergyfuels.com.

Clean Fuel Connection

Clean Fuel Connection, Inc. (CFCI) provides a full array of alternative fuel and renewable energy solutions to automakers, utilities, local governments and commercial customers. The company was one of the first to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the 1990s and is still leading the way today as the exclusive California distributor of Coulomb Technologies’ ChargePoint equipment. CFCI is a dealer for the high efficiency SunPower solar modules and has installed over a megawatt of solar for homes, businesses and government agencies. In the natural gas arena, CFCI is redefining how Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles fuel by introducing Galileo’s innovative CNG fueling systems to the United States. And, for those organizations that want to go green but need help sorting through the maze of technologies and funding programs, CFCI provides a range of consulting services, including feasibility studies and project development, as well as grant-writing and implementation. Clean Fuel Connection is a licensed California contractor (#770564), woman-owned and certified as a small business. www.cleanfuelconnection.com

CleanFUEL USA

A visionary company since inception in 1993, CleanFUEL USA is recognized by fleet managers, fuel equipment manufacturers and distributors throughout the world for building safe and reliable equipment that satisfies environmental regulations and U.S. dependence on foreign oil. From fuel and refueling infrastructure to station equipment, engine systems and fleet management programs, CleanFUEL USA provides the “Total Alternative Fuel Solution” with superior economic and environmental advantages. www.cleanfuelusa.com

CNG cylinders international

CNG cylinders international (CNGci) is the exclusive supplier of INFLEX Type 1 CNG cylinders on the North American market. CNGci is the manufacturer of the largest diameter Type 3 cylinders currently on the market. The Type 3 cylinders feature a liner forged from AL6061 aluminum instead of an aluminum tube stock liner – enabling us to provide a lighter liner with less variation. The 300-liter cylinder (22.5” dia. x 61”) holds 25.5 GGE or 22.6 DGE. A 400-liter cylinder (22.5” dia. x 78”) is also in the process of being developed and a 26” dia. cylinder will follow shortly. All cylinders are neck or strap mountable. All Type3 cylinders are proudly made in U.S.A. Facebook: http://www. facebook.com/CNGci www.cng.us.com


Coulomb Technologies provides the ChargePoint Network, the most advanced, easy to use, electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure that delivers electric fuel to EVs around the globe. Energy is delivered through ChargePoint Charging stations and Utilities, Municipalities, Fleet Managers, Retailers, and Corporations are tapping into the ChargePoint Network to deliver readily available, reliable, open and cost effective charging services to EV drivers everywhere. The ChargePoint Network makes plugin electric vehicle use a practical reality for drivers who can now top off their vehicle batteries wherever they park - at home and at convenient public locations such as at work, or at the marketplace. www.coulombtech.com

CP Industries Holdings, Inc.

CP Industries Holdings, Inc. is a manufacturer of large seamless pressure vessels for the storage and transportation of industrial gases under high pressure. These gases include hydrogen and CNG for use in alternate fueled vehicle refueling stations. The vessels are manufactured to a wide range of specifications and customer requirements. CP Industries manufactures to ASME, DOT,Transport Canada, ISO and Military specifications for use throughout the world. The vessels are assembled into versatile modular designs to meet customer transportation or ground storage requirements. www.cp-industries.com

Cryostar USA

Cryostar USA is a supplier of cryogenic pumps and LNG boil-off gas compressors, as well as turbo-expanders for industrial gas applications. With offices around the world and two locations in the United States, Cryostar supplies major gas companies, gas distributors and service providers. Cryostar USA is now able to provide equipment and solutions for LNG and LCNG refuelling stations which have been proven both in North America and Internationally. This unique offering allows our customers to purchase standard equipment that is modular which can be easily installed in order to construct their LNG or LCNG refuelling stations thus reducing the overall installation costs. Our main goal, in terms of refuelling station equipment, is to have it both in terms of installation and usage as close as possible as what is being done today for diesel fuelling. www.cryostar.com

Cummins Westport

Cummins Westport Inc. (CWI) is a leading supplier of high-performance natural gas engines, manufactured by Cummins, with warranty, service, and aftermarket support provided by the Global Cummins distributor and dealer network. CWI’s engines are available factory-direct from leading vehicle manufacturers for the urban transit, medium & heavy-duty truck, refuse, school bus, sweeper, and delivery truck markets. The CWI ISL G offers reliability and performance with simple, maintenance-free after treatment. It can operate on compressed natural gas (CNG), liquified natural gas (LNG), and on low-carbon, renewable biomethane. In Southern California, CWI engines are supported by Cummins Cal Pacific (CCP), the exclusive distributor for Cummins Inc. from Ventura County south including Baja Mexico. CCP offers complete service by certified technicians, technical support, and parts. There are over 28,000 CWI engines in service worldwide, providing dependable, clean, and quiet performance. www.cumminswestport.com

Delta Liquid Energy

Delta Liquid Energy is a mid-sized, privately held propane marketer serving California, Arizona and Nevada. DLE has been family owned and operated since 1936 and has been an industry leader in promoting a low carbon footprint through the use of propane Autogas equipment and propane vehicles. Much of the DLE fleet runs on propane which produces up to 80% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than their gasoline or diesel counterparts. Current DLE President William Platz and Vice President of Retail Operations Robert Jacobs serve on the prestigious board of the national Propane Education & Research Council (PERC). Alternative Fuels Manager Ted Olsen is the Chairman of the Clean Fuels Committee for the Western Propane Gas Association (WPGA). www.deltaliquidenergy.com

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Dresser Wayne

Dresser Wayne is forging new directions with advanced fuel dispenser equipment that enables our customers to do more with less. A global fuel dispenser manufacturer for retail and fleet applications, Dresser Wayne is leading the way with technological advances on multiple fronts, from eco-fuel solutions and regulation-compliant pay-atthe-pump security to multimedia marketing and groundbreaking site control systems. Dresser Wayne has come a long way since the first oil pump in 1891, and we continue to focus on a future of ever-expanding possibilities. Dresser Wayne is a component of GE’s (NYSE: GE) 2011 acquisition of Dresser, Inc. www.dresserwayne.com

Drive Clean California

Drive Clean is brought to you by the California Air Resources Board and is California’s buying guide for clean and efficient vehicles. Since motor vehicles cause more than half of the smog and 40 percent of the global warming pollution in California, the vehicle you buy directly impacts air quality, global warming and energy security. Visit DriveClean. ca.gov to compare smog and global warming scores for any vehicle in California and find information on advanced technology vehicles, fueling / charging and incentives. www.driveclean.ca.gov

Eaton Corporation

Eaton offers the world’s most complete line-up of hybrid systems for commercial vehicles. We offer hybrid electric and hydraulic hybrid power systems that have accumulated more than 100 million miles of reliable service in bus and truck applications such as City Bus, Shuttle Bus, School Bus, Utility, Refuse, Retail and Package Delivery as well as City Delivery. Our hybrid power systems are available in North America through vehicle manufacturers Crane Carrier, Freightliner, International, IC Bus, Kenworth, Peterbilt; Thomas Built Bus and in Europe through DAF, Mercedes-Benz, and Iveco. Global bus manufacturers BCI, Foton, Heng Tong, JNP, King Long, Shen Long, Solaris, TATSA, Yutong and Zhongtong also offer hybrid city buses with our system.Well-known companies such as FedEx, UPS, Coca-Cola Enterprises, PepsiCo, Florida Power & Light and Waste Management have reduced their fuel consumption by up to 35 percent, along with similar percentage reductions in greenhouse emissions, without any loss of performance or functionality using Eaton’s hybrid power systems. Additionally, work trucks with the Eaton hybrid power system are powering work sites and reducing engine idle time by up to 87 percent, which increases the life of the engine and reduces overall emissions and fuel consumption. Eaton has invested more than $100 million in commercial hybrid power system development and has created the Hybrid Power Systems Division to continue to develop, manufacture and market its hybrid power systems to truck and bus manufacturers globally. www.eaton.com

ECOtality

ECOtality, Inc. (NASDAQ:ECTY), is a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies and project manager for The EV Project, the largest deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) and charge infrastructure in history. The EV Project will deploy ECOtality’s Blink® product line of smart EV charging solutions. The Blink Level 2 Home Wall Mount Charger is ideal for charging your EV at home. For business owners, retailers, and employers, the Blink Pedestal Charger provides low cost and flexible deployment of chargers, and the Blink DC Fast Charger delivers the fastest EV charging rate currently available - capable of providing a full charge in less than 30 minutes. Businesses benefit by offering a competitive differentiator and reason for EV drivers to charge where they shop, eat, work, and play. All Blink chargers are fully equipped with intelligent, costsaving features, providing a quick and easy way to charge EVs. www.ecotality.com


Encana is among the largest natural gas production companies in North America, committed to providing an abundant supply of natural gas - the cleanest burning fossil fuel - to build sustainable communities across Canada and the U.S. Taking a leading education and advocacy role with policymakers and the public for expanded use of this clean, affordable, abundant resource along with leading by example by building the necessary infrastructure to make natural gas more accessible as a transportation fuel, Encana is planning for future demand for a resource that simply makes the most economic and environmental sense for the 21st century. www.encana.com Engine Control Systems

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Engine Control Systems

Engine Control Systems Limited is a leading environmental applications engineering and manufacturer producing a full range of EPA and CARB Verified exhaust emissions control solutions. Globally, we offer a full range of products for OEM, Aftermarket and retrofit markets for the reduction of exhaust emissions of on-road, off-road and stationary diesel, gasoline and alternative fuel engines including propane and natural gas. Engine Control Systems diesel oxidation catalyst and diesel particulate filter products have been proven in the most severe conditions, including underground and open pit mining, tunneling, cargo handling, industrial and stationary power generation applications, urban transit, school bus and other on and off-road fleets. Our products help to ensure air quality, productivity, and of course your employee’s health and safety. With recent studies showing that harmful emissions from diesel engines are responsible for severe heart and respiratory diseases, we are proud to provide our customers diesel retrofitting solutions that not only drastically lower toxic emissions, keeping you safe around your diesel fueled vehicles and equipment, but reduce the harmful impact on the environment as well. Engine Control Systems has facilities in North America and Europe and distributors throughout the world. www.enginecontrolsystems.com

Faber Industrie SpA

For over 30 years, Faber Industrie has been the world leader in the manufacture of high pressure steel and composite cylinders for CNG. Faber is the sole supplier to most of the motor companies in the world and to all major NGV projects in US thanks to its unique manufacturing capability and devotion to quality and flexibility. Faber manufactures Type 1, Type 2, Type 3 and Type 4 cylinders. www.faber-italy.com

Ferrellgas

When it comes to alternative fuels, propane is far and away the best alternative. Propane offers lower operating costs, features refueling equipment that costs significantly less than CNG, has the longest drive range of any alternative fuel, and significantly reduces vehicle emissions. Visit your friends at FerrellAutogas in booth 336 to discover how easy it is to incorporate propane-powered vehicles into your fleet. www.ferrellgas.com

Fleet Carma

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) has been identified as the most important purchase criteria for professional fleets. Fleets using TCO often outperform non-TCO fleets in cost performance, and have the highest potential to achieve significant reductions in fuel consumption and emissions. There are two main challenges for a fleet to integrate TCO; complexity and accuracy. Integrating and maintaining the data in a TCO database is a time-consuming task. The bigger issue for TCO is the your mileage may vary issue, meaning that a key cost in the TCO calculation is highly variable. Fleets currently use government reported mileage or historical costs using old technology, which results in incorrect and costly TCO decisions. FleetCarmaTM solves this problem in a simple and accurate way. FleetCarmaTM combines simple data-acquisition on a fleet’s current vehicles with a proven vehicle modeling platform to enable accurate and actionable TCO. The end result is world-class fleets that can minimize the total cost of operating their fleet while drastically reducing their emissions in the most cost-effective way. FleetCarma is a trademark of CrossChasm Technologies Inc. www.fleetcarma.com

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Fleets & Fuels

Fleets & Fuels is a biweekly business intelligence newsletter specializing in alternative fuels and electric and other advanced technology vehicles. The publication facilitates business relationships by delivering real-world contact information for hands-on industry players with virtually every news item, most of which have not been covered by competing news organizations or in generally circulated press releases. www.fleetsandfuels.com

Fleet Maintenance Magazine

Fleet Maintenance magazine provides a curriculum of managerial, technical and regulatory information that enables maintenance managers to better perform their roles in purchasing and maintaining a safe, efficient and profitable fleet. Magazine subscribers total more than 61,750 and represent fleets for hire, private, government, utility and bus. Fleet Maintenance provides the latest information on everything from cars and light pickup trucks to 18-wheelers and off-road construction equipment. www.fleetmag.com

Fleet Owner

Written for executives and managers of commercial-trucking fleets that operate five or more vehicles, Fleet Owner provides information about operations, vehicle maintenance, industry regulations and information-management technology. www.fleetowner.com

Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, Mich., manufactures or distributes automobiles across six continents. With about 164,000 employees and about 70 plants worldwide, the company’s automotive brands include Ford and Lincoln. The company provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company. In early 2008, we announced a goal to reduce C02 emissions from our U.S. and European new vehicles by 30 percent by 2020, relative to a 2006 model year baseline. We also set out a technology migration plan - embodied in our blueprint for sustainability - that details our near, mid and long-term product plans to meet this goal. In every region of the world, we are advancing toward our goals by introducing new products and technologies that significantly cut fuel consumption and emissions. www.fleet.ford.com

Freightliner Trucks

Freightliner Trucks, the largest division of Daimler Trucks North America LLC, manufactures Class 5-8 trucks that serve a wide range of commercial vehicle applications. Its commitment to innovation, technology and responsive customer relationships makes it easy to understand why Freightliner is leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in North America. Freightliner’s expanded SD product line, including the Coronado SD and the all-new 114SD & 108SD, provides the smart business solution for vocational customers who are looking for a combination of toughness and efficiency. Ideal for the construction market, the SD family is designed for heavy applications such as dumps, cranes, roll offs, and mixers. Freightliner also has the medium-duty distribution and Class 8 regional & urban tractor markets covered with the Business Class M2. Freightliner is committed to producing the most advanced, efficient trucks on the road today, powered by SCRequipped clean diesel engines, as well as hybrid and natural gas technologies. www.freightlinertrucks.com

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America LLC, a Daimler company, manufactures premium chassis for the motorhome, delivery walk-in van, school bus and shuttle bus markets. Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation is dedicated to providing product solutions that meet consumers’ expectations while minimizing the impact on the environment. Freightliner Custom Chassis was recently given the distinction of being the first commercial vehicle manufacturer to achieve “ zero waste to land-fill” status in North America. We were also the first commercial vehicle manufacturer to introduce hybrid-electric technology to the walk-in van market and continue to provide commercial bus and walk-in van chassis powered by compressed natural gas and liquid propane. We recently introduced the hydraulic hybrid and our allelectric chassis for the walk-in van market. www.freightlinerchassis.com


Fuel Cells 2000 is an activity of the Breakthrough Technologies Institute (BTI), a nonprofit [501(c)(3)] independent, educational organization that identifies and promotes environmental and energy technologies that can improve the human condition. BTI was established in 1993 to ensure that emerging technologies have a voice in environmental and energy policy debates. Our current focus is on air quality, climate change, energy efficiency, and energy independence. Our programs have won international recognition and numerous awards. Fuel Cells 2000’s mission is to promote the commercialization of fuel cells and hydrogen by supplying accurate, unbiased information, developing and disseminating summary materials accessible to a general audience, and providing a portal for researchers, developers, suppliers, government officials, opinion leaders and others interested in the sector. Our materials and information are available free of charge, with minor exceptions. www.fuelcells.org

Galileo Natural Gas Technologies

The Galileo Group, a leading company in natural gas applied technology, provides vehicle conversion, compression, adjustment and natural gas transport equipment. The company´s industrial facilities are located in Buenos Aires province, Argentina, where the Group produces its four product lines. It has an international network of business associates, distributors and representatives in Latin America, Europe and Asia. www.galileoar.com

General Motors

Whether it’s meeting companywide environmental initiatives or government standards, fleet managers face many challenges. GM is thinking ahead, by expanding our range of alternative fuel technologies with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). LPG and CNG are predominantly domestically produced alternative fuels that can help reduce your fleet’s greenhouse gas emissions. New for 2011, CNG powered versions of Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size cargo vans are available. This fuel is located at a growing number of refueling stations across the country. And in 2012, we’ll introduce LPG powered vans- no independent upfitter required. At GM, we’re always thinking ahead to move your business forward. www.gmfleet.com

General Physics

GP is among the world’s leading providers of liquefied natural gas (LNG), liquid to compressed natural gas (LCNG), and hydrogen (H2) fueling facilities. Our comprehensive services reflect the best practices, proven processes, and the expertise of a seasoned provider with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. You can count on GP for quality, consistency, and deep insight throughout every phase of your fuel station project, including: feasibility studies, site selection, permitting, engineering design services, construction, start-up and maintenance. Contact us today to learn more about GP’s alternative fuels services. www.gpworldwide.com

Gladstein, Neandross & Associates

With headquarters in Santa Monica, California and New York, New York, GNA is one of the nation’s leading environmental consulting firms specializing in emission reduction, energy and transportation policy, carbon management, and market development for clean, alternative fuel and efficient vehicle technologies. GNA works with businesses, governments and communities to expand markets for environmentally responsible products and services and to develop strategies and raise awareness about projects and technologies that promote a sustainable economy, environment and communities. Over the last 17 years, GNA has successfully secured over $230 million on behalf of its clients and the multiple clean energy and transportation technology projects on which it has collaborated. www.gladstein.org

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GO Natural CNG

GO Natural CNG is a one stop shop for fleet managers to convert either a few or significant parts of their fleets to natural gas. They provide both engineering for the conversions, and new compressor technology for the fuel stations. To facilitate demand for CNG products we acquired a new facility. The facility is 35,000 square feet on 4 acres and includes 19 bays for vehicle conversions, including 10 bus and long haul truck sized bays. We are also setting up numerous General Motors and Ford dealerships across the nation as installers for our CNG engines. www.gonaturalcng.com

GPS Insight

GPS Insight provides reliable GPS tracking, navigation, and messaging technology to fleet based customers. Using the GPS Insight fleet tracking product, companies realize a significant increase in efficiency, and are able to gain insight into all aspects of their fleet. Current location, unlimited history, engine diagnostics, routing, reports, alerts, and messaging all combine to provide the perfect product for most companies. Our flexibility is one of our core strengths, and we regularly customize reports, alerts, and solutions around exact customer requirements. www.gpsinsight.com

Green Alternative Systems

Green Alternative Systems was established in 2010 to help facilitate a high demand for conversion capabilities in the alternative fuel industry. It was founded with a dedication to installing Compressed Natural Gas or Propane fuel conversions. Customer satisfaction and safety is a top priority. Green Alternative Systems uses LUXFER Cylinders with electric valves on all CNG conversions. Electric shut-off valves are wired to the vehicles module allowing full integration of the manufacturer ís original equipment safety features pertaining to rollover and inertia protection. www.greenalternativesystems.com

Green Truck and Bus Solutions

At Green Truck and Bus Solutions our core business is Clean Air Fleet Trucking and Passenger Transportation in the toughest of all markets: California! We offer OnDemand Hydrogen Fuel Systems, Europa Oil Filter Systems, Solar Hybrid Buses and 100% Electric Passenger Shuttles. Green Truck and Bus Solutions installs a patented on demand hydrogen injection generator that increases horsepower by 10%, reduces fuel consumption by 25-30% and emissions are reduced by over 90%. No other technology can make this claim. The system returns the owners investment within 6 months for medium duty engines and 9 months for heavy duty engines. Green Truck and Bus Solutions has designed a Solar application for Charter buses to avoid the idling laws. Using solar power the buses heat, A/C and electricity can operate without the need to run the engine. Green Truck and Bus Solutions is designing a fully electric 28 passenger shuttle bus. It will be capable of driving 125 miles and only requires 2 hours of recharging at a cost of only $3.00!! www.solarhybridbus.com

Green Car Journal

Published since 1992, Green Car Journal is an award-winning quarterly publication focusing on vehicles that uses energy and technology environmentally-friendly energy technologies. In November 2004 the magazine’s spring 2004 edition won a silver medal for “Best Single Magazine Issue” from the International Automotive Media Awards, together with eight other awards for magazine writing. www.greencargroup.com/gcgabout


Greenfield Compression develops and manufactures the most reliable, technologically advanced, leading edge equipment available on the market for Industrial Gas and NVG applications. Greenfield compresses Helium (He), Hydrogen (H), Nitrogen (N2), Argon (Ar), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Methane (CH4), Neon (Ne), and High Pressure Air— Industrial Process and Breathing air- Grade “D”. Our applications include but are not limited to gas production plants, feed and product gas, cylinder filling, offshore, oil and gas, marine and defense industry, fertilizers production, chemical/ petrochemical industry, purification/recovery systems, gas blanketing, inert gas systems, air-blast circuit breakers, electronics production, and enhanced oil recovery. www.atlascopco.us

Greenfix America

Greenfix America CNG Services full line of Vehicle Refueling Appliances (VRAs) provide an economical and convenient way to refuel over-the-road or in-plant natural gas equipped vehicles, large or small. Low capital cost allows fleets of any size to realize the convenience & economic benefits of on-site natural gas refueling. Enjoy the cost benefits associated with Time-Fill refueling by taking advantage of vehicle downtime and off-peak electricity rates. www.greenfix.com

GreenKraft Inc.

Greenkraft is a manufacturer and distributor of various automotive products. We are located in Santa Ana, California, USA. The commercial trucks will be produced with JAC chassis and powered by an American power train. These trucks will be offered with gasoline, diesel, alternative fuels, LPG, CNG, electric and hybrid in class 3,4,5 and 6. Greenkraft is also a manufacturer of CNG and LPG conversion kits for existing vehicles such as FORD and GM. As a distributor, GreenKraft, Inc. has exclusive distribution rights to distribute Coach buses made by Ankai with an American power train. www.greenkraftinc.com

HME Ahrens-Fox Custom Fire Engine

The vehicle is constructed of stainless steel to reduce or eliminate corrosion, not only does it eliminate dependency on imported fuels, it produces no exhaust pollution. We at HME have wrapped the vehicle in an eye catching green rather than in a traditional Red paint to show we are serious about reducing pollution. The vehicle has a CNG powered generator that will start automatically to provide 12V & 110V power so the large engine can shut off while sitting at an emergency scene and again reduce the amount of fuel being consumed. This vehicle consumes CNG fuel at a similar rate as does a diesel engine however at a reduced fuel cost.

Hino Trucks

Hino Trucks, a Toyota Group Company, assembles, sells, and services Class 4-7 conventional and cab over engine commercial trucks in the United States. The Hino 155h and 195h Diesel-Electric Hybrid cab-overs represent a giant leap for alternative fuel commercial vehicles in North America. Available with Diesel or Diesel-Electric Hybrid powertrains, the 14,500 GVW Class 4 and 19,500 GVW Class 5 COE trucks both feature 210 HP and 440 lb.-ft. of torque from Hino’s 5 liter J05E Series engine, Hino’s headquarters are located in Novi, Michigan and boasts a network of over 160 dealers nationwide committed to achieving excellence in customer service and support. Hino Trucks is the premier medium duty nameplate in the United States with a product lineup that offers the lowest total cost of ownership, superior fuel economy, industry-leading environmental friendliness, unmatched reliability and maneuverability, and the most comprehensive bundle of standard features in the market. For more information, visit our internet home page or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. www.hino.com

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ICOM North America Alternative Fuel Systems

ICOM North America, LLC, founded in 2004, is a U.S. based company, and leading alternative fuel systems pioneer. It manufactures, assembles and distributes the patented ICOM JTG Liquid Injection Propane System, JTG-Dynamic Propane/Diesel System and additional ICOM products. They include the proprietary ICOM toroidal and cylindrical propane tank for commercial and passenger OEM, as well as aftermarket vehicles in North America and selected other markets. All products use a high U.S. content. The North American headquarters is located in New Hudson, Michigan. ICOM North America is working closely with CleanFuel USA and OEM partners to bring more engine platforms to the North American market. ICOM North America has certified and is in the process of certifying a variety of popular aftermarket engine families to EPA and CARB standards for both mono-fuel and bi-fuel applications. The outlook for 2011 and beyond is shaping up to be an exciting time for ICOM North America, CleanFuel USA, its partners and the North American Propane vehicle industry. www.icomnorthamerica.com

IMPCO Automotive

IMPCO Automotive is a world leader in automotive system solutions designed to meet your alternative fuel needs. IMPCO Automotive offers EPA Certified Bi-Fuel Systems and EPA/CARB Certified Dedicated System for CNG and LPG alternative fuels conversions. With operations in Europe, Canada, Michigan, Indiana and California, IMPCO stands ready to assist customers with EPA/CARB certified technologies. Please visit our booth 125 and ask one of our professionals how we may assist you with our environmentally friendly, cost-effective fleet solutions. We look forward to seeing you! www.impco.ws

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IMW Industries, a Clean Energy Company, designs, manufactures CNG non-lubricated compressors and then packages the entire system for fueling stations since 1986 for projects located in 26 countries. IMW Industries main headquarters and manufacturing plant is located in Chilliwack BC Canada and has additional manufacturing facilities that are located in the US and China. Through the parent company, Clean Energy, we can offer many options for the types of fueling stations that clients require. www.imw.ca

INOXCVA

INOXCVA has been an established leader in the industrial gas industry as a cryogenic equipment manufacturer for nearly two decades, having grown into a top supplier on the global level by consistently delivering quality, custom engineered equipment directly to a growing base of satisfied customers. INOXCVA offers comprehensive cryogenic liquid and gas transportation, storage, and distribution solutions to the industrial gases, oil field services, and LNG industries. To date, INOXCVA has built and delivered from its US-based facilities LNG transport trailers, storage tanks, mobile regasification units, and mobile refueling stations. Overseas, INOXCVA has successfully deployed LNG terminals and customer installations. In every case, INOXCVA worked closely with the customer to ensure that every project and every piece of equipment were engineered to the customer’s precise requirements. INOXCVA is proudest of its new LNG mobile refueling station. This unit solves for inadequacies in LNG fueling infrastructure, making LNG-powered fleets a viable option in places not previously possible. With speed and efficiency, the mobile refueling station can operate by bringing fuel directly to the LNG fleet vehicles or be placed as a semi-permanent fueling station. INOXCVA feels the refueling station will be an asset to the growth of LNG fleet operations. www.inoxcva.com


JC Carter has been pioneering Cryogenic technology for more than five generations. The constant innovation and advancement which the company brings to the table are a direct result of the top-tier industry professionals.The company began marketing nozzles for the rapidly emerging LNG fueling sector. The company has crafted the industry standard with its LNG nozzles. JC Carter’s patented Ice Breaker® quick connecting and disconnecting nozzle technology offers safety and ultra-quick fueling benefits. The JC Carter fueling nozzle is the most efficient product in its class and is built tough to perform in the harshest conditions at fleet fueling facilities around the world. The patented Ice Breaker® technology has proven to expedite fueling time down to approximately five minutes, compared to the alternate products that can take far longer for one fueling. www.jccarternozzles.com

Kenworth Truck Company

Kenworth Truck Company is the manufacturer of The World’s Best® heavy and medium duty trucks. Kenworth is an industry leader in providing fuel-saving technology solutions that help increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. The company’s dedication to the green fleet includes aerodynamic trucks, compressed and liquefied natural gas trucks, and medium duty diesel-electric hybrids. Kenworth is the only truck manufacturer to receive the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Excellence award in recognition of its environmentally friendly products. In addition, Kenworth is the recipient of the 2010 J.D. Power and Associates award for Highest in Customer Satisfaction for Medium Duty Truck Dealer Service. Kenworth, A PACCAR Company. www.kenworth.com

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JC Carter Nozzles

Knox Western

Knox Western of Erie, PA, was originally established over 80 years ago asThe Earl E. Knox Company, in 1973 the Knox Western division was founded to design and manufacture gas compressors and packages for Industrial Gas, Process Gas and Compressed Natural Gas Refueling applications. We are the manufacturer and packager of the product and today Knox Western has over 6,000 compression units in service worldwide. Knox Western has a long established experience in the CNG industry. Today we have over 2,000 CNG compressors in the field with millions of hours of operation. We offer an extensive range of CNG Compression packages and related equipment for a complete installation including dryers, dispensers and ground storage systems providing our customers a single source solution. As an internationally recognized company with installations in over 70 countries, Knox Western can support you in any way required. YOU CAN RELY ON US. www.knoxwestern.com

Kraus Global

Kraus Global is the leading provider of dispensers for the global transportation market. A world leader and innovator in the alternative refueling industry, Kraus has developed and engineered some of the most widely-used technological advances in the global marketplace today. These innovations, such as easy-to-use, safe Hydrogen, LNG, LPG, and CNG dispensing systems, electronic metering, and automatic temperature compensation have helped shape the industry as it has grown, allowing it to better meet the demands of countries around the world eager to effectively implement cleanair refueling technologies. Kraus has three core specialties, each built around the powerful engineering capabilities of its people. The first is a strong focus on the design and engineer of world-class fleet and retail dispensing equipment. The second is an intense dedication to the creation and development of leading-edge technology for core CNG, LPG, LNG, Hydrogen, and Petroleum components. Lastly, Kraus Global offers the flexibility to accommodate requests for customized dispensing solutions, and is the only company in the world that is currently able to manufacture dispensing systems for all of the major alternative fuel types. www.krausglobal.com

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Landi Renzo USA

Landi Renzo is the world’s largest supplier of alternative fuel systems, having supplied components for over 1.2 million CNG and LPG systems globally in 2010. In 2010, Landi Renzo USA was incorporated and opened its headquarters in Torrance, CA. The Torrance headquarters is composed of 22,000 square feet, 15,000 of which is dedicated to the installation of alternative fuel systems on site. Also in 2010, Landi Renzo USA acquired Baytech Corporation, a leading supplier of CARB and EPA certified CNG and LPG engine fuel systems for General Motors products. Landi Renzo USA/Baytech Corporation currently holds or will shortly receive CARB and EPA certifications for: GM 6.0L vans, pickups, cab/chassis, and cutaways; Isuzu NPR HD; Workhorse W42/W62; Freightliner MT; and Ford E250/350 vans. www.landiusa.com

Lincoln Composites

Lincoln Composites is the world-wide leader in the design and manufacture of allcomposite pressure vessels. Since 1992, Lincoln Composites has placed over 100,000 Type IV (all composite) pressure vessels into service for compressed natural gas vehicle fuel storage, compressed hydrogen vehicle fuel storage, off-shore tension riser accumulator applications, automotive regenerative braking accumulator applications and bulk transportation of compressed gases with customers all over the world. Lincoln Composites products are based upon 40+ years of technical expertise in the aerospace/ defense industries and adapted for commercial markets. We manufacture composite pressure vessels with ultimate burst strengths from 6,750 psi to 37,800 psi and with internal water volumes from 15 L to 8,400 L. Our TUFFSHELL® tanks offer a CNG or CHG storage solution in various sizes. TITAN™ is a one-of-a-kind composite product with a rated operating pressure of 250 BAR and water volume of 8,400 L which allows for storage of over 88,800 Standard Cubic Feet of CNG. Due to the lightweight nature of the TITAN™, four tanks can be bundled together into a 40’ ISO module providing over 355,000 SCF of CNG. Lincoln Composites is well recognized for our innovation, engineering and responsiveness to customer needs. www.lincolncomposites.com

Linde Group

Linde North America and Cryostar are members of The Linde Group, a world leading industrial gases and engineering company. Offerings include LNG fuel from Lindebuilt, owned and operated plants and LNG/LCNG fueling stations. Linde has 130 years of experience supplying liquefied and compressed gases and engineering solutions. We offer unparalleled expertise in the areas of project development, plant operations, fueling applications, cryogenics, gas cleanup, safety, and technology and engineering. The company offers world-class logistical services and boasts an industry-leading scheduling and remote operations center from where we schedule over 1,000 deliveries per day from several hundred plants to more than 100,000 customers in North America. www.linde.com

Long Beach City College

Long Beach City College is a comprehensive community college that provides open and affordable access to quality associate degree and certificate programs, workforce preparation, and opportunities for personal development and enrichment. The college develops students’ college-level skills and expands their general knowledge, enables their transfer to four-year institutions, prepares them for successful careers or to advance in their current careers, and fosters their personal commitment to lifelong learning. Based upon a commitment to excellence, college programs foster and support the intellectual, cultural, economic and civic development of our diverse community. www.lbcc.edu


Luxfer Gas Cylinders is the world’s largest manufacturer of high-pressure aluminum and composite cylinders. Luxfer specializes in the manufacture of lightweight, high-pressure Type 3 (aluminum fully wrapped) composite cylinders for storage and transportation of compressed natural gas (CNG). Luxfer CNG cylinders are available in an extensive range of sizes, approved with leading brands of valves and safety devices. Luxfer operates a state-of-the-art AF cylinder manufacturing facility in Riverside, California. At one location, Luxfer manufactures all its AF Type 3 liners, including precisely controlled heat treatment, and wraps liners with aerospace-grade carbon fiber wetted with highstrength epoxy resin. More that 4 million full-wrapped Luxfer composite cylinders in service worldwide in a variety of demanding applications have an exemplary record of safety and dependable performance. Because Luxfer AF composite cylinders are 66% lighter than Type 1 steel cylinders, they offer greatly improved fuel economy, increased range and a significant reduction in vehicle maintenance costs. When cylinder weight, safety and performance matters, chose Luxfer. www.luxfer.net

Macro Technologies

Macro Technologies LLC traces its roots back to 1974. Over the years, we have applied our engineering and manufacturing knowledge to the ongoing development of cryogenic and pneumatic quick disconnects, hoses, fill heads, relief valves and related equipment. We often work with Original Equipment Manufactures to implement our products into their designs. Our LNG “vent” quick disconnects (10 GPM LNG) that were first sold back in 1994, have become a “standard of the industry”. There are nearly 6,000 Liquid Natural Gas alternative fueled vehicles that have utilized these Macro Technologies Quick disconnect couplers. Macro Technologies has also been involved in providing the “truck side” of the LNG 50 GPM Fueling Quick Disconnects. There are nearly 2,500 of the Macro Technologies brand of High Flow Fueling Quick Disconnects in daily service throughout the world. We are excited to be introducing a new 50 GPM LNG Fueling Nozzle at the 2011 ACT Expo. This Fueling Nozzle will solve many of the “field complaints” of competitive brands. We expect the Nozzle to be: safer, require less service, be easier to service and have less icing issues. To sum it up in two words: “user friendly”. Please visit us at booth number 453. www.macrotechnologies.com

Mansfield Gas Systems

Mansfield Gas Systems offers turnkey CNG solutions for our clients in the transit, food, government, parcel, cement, and waste industries. Mansfield has established CNG expertise that has been developed over the past 12 years and the design and construction of over 150 CNG stations across the US. We can supply your natural gas needs nationwide and our CNG systems offering provides solutions in the following areas: Site Planning and CNG Station Design, Complete CNG Compressor Systems (Engineering, Fabrication, and Assembly), Site Construction Management, CNG Station Operations and Maintenance, Methane Detection Systems for Fueling and Maintenance Facilities. Mansfield provides the resources and systems to support your conversion to CNG fueling along with the long term operations and maintenance support needed to ensure the reliable operations that your fleet requires. www.mansfieldoil.com

National Biodiesel Board

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The National Biodiesel Board (NBB) is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry in the United States. Biodiesel is a domestic, renewable fuel for diesel engines derived from natural oils like soybean oil, and which meets the specifications of ASTM D 6751. Biodiesel is currently the only commercially produced “Advanced Biofuel” in the US as defined by the US EPA. www.biodiesel.org

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Natural Drive

Natural Drive a division of IMPCO Automotive is a world leader in automotive system solutions designed to meet your alternative fuel needs. IMPCO Automotive offers EPA Certified Bi-Fuel Systems and EPA/CARB Certified Dedicated System for CNG and LPG alternative fuels conversions. With operations in Europe, Canada, Michigan, Indiana and California, IMPCO stands ready to assist customers with EPA/CARB certified technologies. Please visit our booth 530 and ask one of our professionals how we may assist you with our environmentally friendly, cost-effective fleet solutions. We look forward to seeing you! www.naturaldrive.com

New Eagle

New Eagle engineers offer customers embedded control systems for Alternative Fuel applications. Our experience includes Electric Vehicle / Hybrid Vehicle Systems including supervisory controls, subsystem management and communications, and auxiliary power source integration – gasoline, diesel, fuel cell, etc. Clean Energy Management includes OBD compliant CNG and LPG fueled engine controls, bi-fueled systems enabled improved emissions and reduced fuel consumption, Diesel / CNG Dual Fuel Applications, and Diesel emissions control for both mobile and stationary applications. New Eagle also supplies high volume manufactured parts for the small to medium volume customer including rugged, production ready electronic controllers, CAN based displays, remote vehicle data logging and diagnostics, sensor and actuator components and wiring harnesses. www.neweagle.net

New Leaf Biofuel

New Leaf Biofuel is San Diego’s only biodiesel production company. Our goal is to provide Southern California communities with an environmentally sound vehicle fuel source, produced from renewable or recycled resources. Our high-quality biodiesel is created from waste cooking oil collected from local restaurants. We pride ourselves on creating full-circle sustainability within our community by collecting, producing and distributing our biodiesel in Southern California. We’re dedicated to reducing our carbon footprint and ensuring a greener tomorrow, for Southern California and the world. Go green- think globally, act locally, choose biodiesel. www.newleafbiofuel.com

NGV 2012 Chuncheon Korea

NGV 2012 Chuncheon Korea - Chuncheon, the host city of NGV 2012 Conference & Exhibition, is doing its best to prepare for the success of the conference so that participants will have an opportunity to exchange information of new technologies and do business. NGV 2012 Conference & Exhibition will be held Oct. 8th-Oct 12, 2012. www.ngvglobal.org/event/id/122149

NGVAmerica

NGVAmerica is a non-profit organization that advocates greater use of natural gas vehicles where they benefit most. For the economy. For the environment. For Health. For Security. For America. We help public and private fleets through education and technical assistance programs. We are the recognized expert source for accurate information about light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicle availability, performance and emissions; fueling and station development, ownership and operations options; available federal, state and regional tax incentives and grants; NGV program implementation tips; and vehicle/ application economics including simple-payback and life-cycle cost of ownership analyses. www.ngvamerica.org

OMB Saleri SpA

With over 30 years of experience in high pressure gas safety applications and state of the art equipment and laboratories OMB offers a complete range of CNG and LPG Automotive valves, solenoid valves and accessories both for OEMs and aftermarket conversions with the capability to develop any type of dedicated component to satisfy the most demanding technical needs. www.omb-saleri.it


Parker Hannifin Corporation’s Finite Filter Operation offers a complete line of alternative fuel filtration solutions. We offer filters for production, processing, distribution, compression, and dispensing. Anything is possible with Parker! www.parker.com

Peterbilt Motors Company

Based in Denton, Texas, Peterbilt Motors Company combines a global reputation for industry leading design, innovative engineering, fuel efficiency solutions, with superior quality to manufacture a truck that stands as the “Class” of the industry. Peterbilt produces products with a strong commitment to environmental sustainability that is clearly evident in its ISO 14001 certified and Zero Waste to Landfill manufacturing plants. Through its 250-plus North American dealer locations, Peterbilt also provides a comprehensive array of TruckCare® programs to support its full lineup of CNG, LNG, Electric Hybrid, Hydraulic Hybrid and SmartWay Certified vehicles. Customers enjoy industry leading service and support, including preventive maintenance plans, expedited QuickCare services, automated parts inventory replenishment and 24/7 complimentary Customer Assistance through 1-800-4-Peterbilt. www.peterbilt.com

Pike Research

Pike Research is a market research and consulting firm that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The company’s research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of the Smart Energy, Smart Grid, Smart Transportation, Smart Industry, and Smart Buildings sectors. www.pikeresearch.com

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Propane Education & Research Council

Visit the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) in the Propane Pavilion, booth 524, to discover new products and technology reshaping the industry. Propane experts will be on-hand to answer questions about on-road vehicles fueled by propane autogas and off-road propane-fueled equipment, new research and development initiatives, as well as safety, and training programs. There will be two commercial mowers, as well as propane refueling options on display in the Propane Pavilion. Attendees also will be able to test-drive on-road vehicles fueled by propane autogas in the ride and drive event. For more information on propane and propane autogas technology. www.autogasusa.org

Propel Fuels

Propel builds, owns and operates a network of Clean Fuel Points – green-built, self-serve filling stations that provide convenient access to clean, American, renewable fuels. In doing so, Propel is creating the infrastructure that is the last critical link in the renewable fuel supply chain, thus offering drivers of more than 20 million existing consumer and fleet vehicles a cleaner fuel choice – one that reduces carbon emissions, creates jobs and lowers America’s dependency on foreign oil. Propel has also developed CleanDrive™, the nation’s first integrated carbon emission reduction tracking platform. Propel operates a growing network of Clean Fuel Points in California and Washington State. www.propelfuels.com

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Proterra

Proterra was founded by Dale Hill in 2004 with a vision to design and manufacture world leading advanced technology heavy duty vehicles that are powered solely by clean domestic fuels. After launching the first and most successful fleet of alternative fuel buses in the 1990’s (the 16th Street Mall buses in Denver, Colorado that are still running today), Hill formed Proterra to develop and deliver the “bus of tomorrow” to meet a need expressed by the Federal Transit Administration. With the launch of our fast charge EcoRide™ BE-35 battery electric bus, Proterra has become the leading innovator of zero emission commercial vehicle solutions. Proterra’s products help transit agencies deliver clean, quiet running, rider and neighborhood friendly vehicles that also meet government regulations and local mandates. In fact, we are currently recognized by the California Air Resources Board as the first company that is currently delivering a full size transit vehicle that meets California’s Zero Emission Bus Rules. Proterra has assembled a world class management and engineering team with deep experience in heavy duty vehicles, state of the art manufacturing, and advanced technology energy storage, charging and drive system advancement. www.proterra.com

PSB Industries

PSB Industries Inc., General Air Division, specializes in the Design and Fabrication of compressed air, gas, and liquid dehydration and purification systems. Our standard and custom packaged systems remove moisture and contaminants from process streams. Adsorption technologies utilizing activated alumina, molecular sieve, activated carbon, and other selective adsorbents are employed to dehydrate, treat, and purify the fluid stream to the required exit specification. Catalyst systems are also designed and often incorporated within adsorption packages for purification. PSB units are installed worldwide and currently serve the Air Separation, Chemical, Petrochemical, Refining, Fuel Gas, and Electronics markets. PSB fabrication capabilities and quality of packaged systems are unmatched. Vessels, piping, structural, control panels, sandblasting, painting, instrumentation, insulation, testing, etc are completed under “one roof” to closely monitor and quickly react to scope changes. www.psbindustries.com

Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc.

Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc., a fully integrated alternative energy company, is a leader in the development and production of advanced propulsion systems, energy storage technologies, alternative fuel vehicles, and solar technologies. The company spun off from Impco Technologies in 2002 and has been at the forefront of green technology innovation ever since. Building on over 40 years of proven success in alternative fuels and advanced propulsion systems, Quantum’s portfolio of technologies includes advanced lithium-ion battery systems, electronic controls, hybrid electric drive systems, hydrogen storage and metering systems, and alternative fuel technologies that enable fuel efficient, low emission hybrid, plug-in hybrid electric, fuel cell, and natural gas vehicles. Quantum’s powertrain engineering, system integration, vehicle manufacturing, and assembly capabilities provide fast-to-market solutions to support the production of hybrid and plug-in hybrid, hydrogen-powered hybrid, fuel cell, alternative fuel, and specialty vehicles, as well as modular, transportable hydrogen refueling stations. Quantum’s wholly owned subsidiary, Schneider Power Inc., and affiliate Asola Advanced and Automotive Solar Systems GmbH complement Quantum’s emerging renewable energy presence through the development and ownership of wind and solar farms, and manufacture of high efficiency solar modules. Quantum’s customer base includes automotive OEMs, dealer networks, fleets, aerospace industry, military and other government entities, and other strategic alliance partners. www.qtww.com


RAIL SpA is a supplier of components for automotive gas systems, specifically LPG and Natural Gas injectors. The goal is to fully express the professionalism and reputation gained in more than twenty year’s experience on the international market. We try to direct our knowledge to an ever more improved product manufacturing process, fully respecting the work environment, our staff and our customers. This has brought us to the creation of a new “zero emission” company that is totally self-sufficient from an energetic point of view: geothermic systems, photovoltaic systems and solar panels. We are strongly convinced that at the base of each positive result, there is a daily commitment on the part of everyone to aim in one direction, that is to say reaching excellence yet respecting man’s most precious wealth: nature. www.railspa.net

Renewable Fuels Association

The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) is the leading trade association for America’s ethanol industry. RFA promotes policies, regulations, research and development initiatives, and market development that will lead to the increased production and consumption of ethanol fuel. Its mission is to advance the development, production, and use of ethanol fuel by strengthening America’s ethanol industry and raising awareness about the benefits of renewable fuels. www.ethanolrfa.org

ROUSH CleanTech

ROUSH CleanTech designs, engineers, manufactures, and assembles dedicated liquid propane autogas fuel systems for light- and medium-duty Ford trucks and vans. The fuel system lowers your vehicle’s fuel costs by 40% and CO2 emissions by 24%, while offering a seamless operational experience on a domestically sourced fuel. Propane autogas fuel systems from ROUSH CleanTech are available on certain model year applications for the Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 pickup trucks; the Ford E-150, E-250, E-350 cargo and passenger vans; the Ford E-350 and E-450 cutaway vans; and the Ford F-450 and F-550 chassis cab trucks. All systems are EPA and CARB certified at launch. The fuel system conversion has no adverse affect on the Ford factory warranty, horsepower, torque, or towing capacity. Vehicles can be ordered new from Ford with the system installed by ROUSH CleanTech, or conversion kits can be installed by an authorized upfitter. For more information call 800.59.ROUSH. www.roushcleantech.com

Smith Electric Vehicles

Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. Corporation is an all-electric zero-emissions commercial truck manufacturer. The company licenses its proprietary technology from Smith Electric Vehicles in the U.K., the world’s largest manufacturer and industry leader of commercial electric vehicles. Smith Electric produces the Newton, which is the only medium duty (class 4-7) all-electric commercial truck on the GSA schedule. The trucks will be built in Smith Electric’s Kansas City, Mo., plant. The Newton delivers a top speed of 55 mph and offers end users battery ranges from 50 to 120 miles on a single charge, ideal for base deliveries and personnel transport applications. Smith vehicles offer a payload of over 16,000 pounds and are powered by the latest in Lithium-ion battery cell technology, power management and direct drive trains. They produce zero emissions and are nearly silent. www.smithelectric.com

South Coast Air Quality Management District

The South Coast Air Quality Management District is the regional air pollution control agency for the combined urban areas of Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties and all of Orange county. The South Coast AQMD works to accelerate deployment of low- and zero-emission vehicles, technologies, and products so that 17 million Southern California residents can breathe cleaner air - - and live healthier lives. As part of its unwavering commitment to a clean transportation future, South Coast AQMD provided key bridge sponsorship for ACT Expo’s predecessor series, the annual Southern California Clean Vehicle Technology Expo. South Coast AQMD’s Technology Advancement program is internationally recognized for its comprehensive clean-vehicle / clean-fuel demonstration program. www.aqmd.gov

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Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas & Electric Natural Gas Vehicles Program

This program addresses the growing interest by SoCalGas and SDG&E customers in alternative transportation technologies and promotes the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) as an alternative vehicle fuel. The objective of the natural gas vehicles (NGV) program is to provide information, education and support to residential and business customers that use or would benefit from using clean-burning natural gas as a transportation fuel. CNG is one of the cleanest, least polluting fossil fuels. Use of natural gas vehicles can have a positive impact on air quality and greenhouse gases. CNG costs less at the pump than gasoline or diesel. It is domestically produced, and can help reduce our nation’s reliance on imported oil and improve U.S. energy security. www.socalgas.com www.sdge.com

Steelweld Equipment Company

Steelweld Equipment Company is an industry leader in converting vehicles to run on Compressed Natural Gas. Strategic facilities located across the United States allow Steelweld to provide customers with a regional feel, and National coverage. Steelweld is equipped with the necessary tooling and skilled laborers, as well as filling stations at each location, and certified by every kit manufacturer. Many of the largest and most demanding fleets within the industry are already taking advantage of Steelweld’s quality workmanship and experience in the CNG Market. Saving close to 40% in fuel expenses and being able to purchase an abundant American commodity may be some compelling reasons to convert to CNG, and Steelweld will work with customers in determining the best way to accomplish the transition. And for over 78 years, Steelweld has serviced the fleet and commercial industries with quality truck bodies, toppers, van interiors, MidBox and much more….so when the conversion is complete, the Up-fit can be compete…. all in one stop…saving time and money. Steelweld truly offers customers a Complete Solution. www.steelweld.net

Structural Composites Industries

Structural Composites Industries and its parent company Worthington Industries are manufacturers of Type 1, 2, and 3 cylinders for the alternative fuel and bulk gas transport industries. www.worthingtoncylinders.com

Thomas Built Buses

Founded in 1916, Thomas Built Buses is a leading manufacturer of school buses in North America. Thomas Built employees design and build the kind of school bus that they’d want their own children to ride in every day. Their dedication translates into a full product line associated with innovative design, reliability, safety and sustainability. With its Zero-Waste-to-Landfill operations, solar panels and a growing list of Clean Drive Technologies, Thomas Built has a comprehensive commitment to a greener future. Thomas Built Buses, Inc. is a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America LLC. www.thomasbus.com

Trillium USA

Trillium USA is an industry pioneer in providing an exceptional Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling experience. Trillium’s design, build, operate and maintain business model delivers high-performance solutions that create value and efficiency for our customers throughout the life of the project. From design concept to project completion, a partnership with Trillium will ensure that you can focus on managing your business and not your fueling station. For more information call us at 800.920.1166. www.trilliumusa.com


Tulsa Gas Technologies is a compressed natural gas service company that has become the largest manufacturer of CNG dispensers in North America by providing top of the line equipment and unmatched service. We specialize in both high volume CNG dispenser installations and single unit jobs with custom specifications. With a continued emphasis on service, TGT has been a leader in CNG technology for twenty years and its products are currently used all across the United States, and in ten countries around the world. Tulsa Gas Technologies is an aggressive and open-minded company, researching new types of equipment and their uses, and blending new technologies with existing equipment. It’s this kind of talent that has brought TGT to the front as a leader in the alternative fuels equipment supplier business throughout the world. www.tulsagastech.com

U.S. DOE Clean Cities

Clean Cities is the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) flagship alternative-transportation deployment initiative, sponsored by DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Program. The mission of Clean Cities is to advance the energy, economic, and environmental security of the United States by supporting local actions to reduce petroleum use in transportation. Clean Cities partners with organizations in the public and private sectors to adopt alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy improvements, and new transportation technologies, as they emerge. Clean Cities has saved nearly 3 billion gallons of petroleum since its inception in 1993. More than 8,400 stakeholders contribute to Clean Cities’ mission through active participation in nearly 100 Clean Cities coalitions across the country. Private companies, fuel suppliers, local governments, vehicle manufacturers, national laboratories, state and federal government agencies, and other organizations join together under Clean Cities to implement alternativetransportation solutions in their communities. www.cleancities.energy.gov

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UCLA Institute of the Environment & Sustainability

The mission of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability is to generate knowledge and provide solutions for regional and global environmental problems. The IoES educates the next generation of professional and scientific leadership committed to the health of the planet and drives interdisciplinary environment and sustainability initiatives on campus. We advise businesses and policymakers on sustainability and the environment and inform and encourage community discussion about critical environmental issues. The Institute of the Environment and Sustainability initiates collaborative, cross-disciplinary research focused on critical environmental challenges including: climate change, air and water quality, biodiversity, conservation, coastal and water issues, urban sustainability, corporate sustainability, environmental economics and alternative and renewable energy. www.ioe.ucla.edu

US Hybrid Corporation

US Hybrid Corporation, established in 1999, is a California-based company specializing in the design and manufacture of integrated power conversion components for electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as renewable energy generation and energy storage systems. US Hybrid offers comprehensive engineering expertise and experience in power conversion systems with a key focus on power train components (100kW, 160kW, 240kW and 300kW), isolated auxiliary DC/DC converters up to 1000A, 24V and high power bi-directional DC/DC converts (60kW-200kW). US Hybrid’s products utilize stateof-art power converter topologies and components to provide reliable and cost effective integrated system solutions. The company’s technical services and products are targeted for medium and heavy duty on-road and off-road commercial vehicle OEM and military applications. US Hybrid is an ISO9001-2008 registered company. www.ushybrid.com

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WEH Technologies

WEH is the worldwide leading manufacturer of innovative products for connecting and refueling technology. The unique technical know-how enables us to cope with your most difficult tasks successfully. Starting in 1986, WEH Gas Technology laid the foundation of the worldwide NGV1 standard by developing a complete line of products to accommodate NGV refueling at self-serve fueling stations. Later on WEH Gas Technology extended its product range and offered also fueling components for gaseous hydrogen. Consistent further development of new products and optimization of existing products to today’s sophisticated level have led to the actual complete product lines for CNG and hydrogen refueling. In order to serve you quicker and better for all connection solutions you may seek for your CNG or H2 fueling systems, we established our US Office in the Houston area in 2008. From Houston, Texas the time zone is central to service all the US Customers from East to West. www.weh.us

West Coast Collaborative

The West Coast Collaborative (Collaborative) is an ambitious partnership between leaders from federal, state, and local government, the private sector, and environmental groups committed to reducing diesel emissions along the West Coast. Partners come from all over Western North America, including California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. To accomplish its goal of creating, supporting and implementing diesel emissions reductions projects, the Collaborative: raises awareness of the need for diesel emissions reductions and the many highly successful state, tribal, local, and regional efforts that promote and support voluntary projects; creates a forum for information sharing among diesel emissions reductions advocates, and works to leverage significant new resources to expand voluntary diesel emissions mitigation efforts; and implements projects that are regional in scope, leverage funds from a variety of sources, achieve measurable emissions reductions, and create momentum for future diesel emissions mitigation efforts. www. westcoastcollaborative.org

Westport Innovations Inc.

Westport Innovations Inc. is a global leader in alternative fuel, low-emissions technologies that allow engines to operate on clean-burning fuels such as compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen, and renewable natural gas (RNG). Westport HD technology allows heavy-duty compression ignition engines to use natural gas as a primary fuel. The Westport HD 15L engine and LNG fuel system delivers all the horsepower, torque, and fuel efficiency of a diesel-fuelled engine while reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Available in engine ratings from 400-475 hp, the Westport HD 15 L engine offers 1,450 to 1,750 lb-ft of torque for applications such as heavy-haul trucks, dump trucks, refuse transfer, line-haul, and more. Westport HD is helping high-mileage fleets across North America achieve their corporate goals by offering an engine that runs on cleaner, cost-effective, abundant and domestic natural gas. www.westport-hd.com


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A cleaner horizon is on the horizon.

Lowering emissions. Conserving resources. Daimler Trucks North America is shaping the future of mobility with clean, efficient drive systems and alternative fuel vehicles. Hybrid. All electric. Natural gas. These groundbreaking technologies prove that business interests and social responsibility can coexist. At Daimler, we’re well on our way to an emission-free vehicle. We invite you to come with us.

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South Coast AQMD Salutes Clean Air Champions Everywhere - - and Especially Here at ACT Expo 2011! South Coast Air Quality Management District is privileged to be a Platinum Sponsor of ACT Expo 2011. Since 1988, South Coast AQMD’s Technology Advancement program has co-sponsored numerous public-private RDD&D partnership projects that have resulted in either fully commercialized products or significantly advanced state-of-technology, including: • Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Development and Demonstration • CNG Engine Development for Heavy-Duty Vehicles • Aftertreatment Technologies for Heavy-Duty Vehicles • Fuel Cell Development and Demonstration • Alternative Fuel Infrastructure

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CNG: the choice of Southern California Gas Company Stop by Southern California Gas Company’s booth 514 at the ACT Expo and check out our first-ever dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) residential service truck prototype. CNG is clean burning, costs less, domestically-produced and has lower greenhouse gases than other fuels. CNG was the right choice for us and we’re happy to discuss if it’s the right fuel for your application as well. For more information, email us at ngvinfo@semprautilities.com or visit us online socalgas.com/ngv.

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CLEAN QUIET-SHIFT OF POWER Nautilus XE20™ an all electric Yard tractor is now equipped with Lithium ion batteries to provide extended range for two shift operation. High efficiency AC induction motor coupled directly to four speed transmission providing highest low end torque in its class. Advance control Q-SHIFT technology is tuned to be responsive to varying torque demands providing Quiet operation well below all industry standards. Q-Shift Can Bus integrated controls communicates seamlessly with Allison Automatic transmission and provides the incredible power and torque under your control making your daily work shift more enjoyable.

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Stop by booth 414 to see our lineup—including the Chevrolet Express with available CNG1 engine and the Chevrolet Volt. 2 Learn about the latest technologies and go for a product walk-around. As always, we’ll be happy to answer your questions. For more solutions, visit gmfleet.com. 1 CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) available on 2011 Chevrolet Express Cargo and 2011 GMC Savana Cargo models only. 2 Available to order at participating dealers in CA, TX, MI, NY, NJ, CT and D.C. Quantities limited. Display model shown. Production model may vary. ©2011 General Motors LLC

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ICOM North America, founded in 2004, is located in the Metro Detroit Area, in New Hudson, Michigan at 54790 Grand River Ave., where it manufactures, assembles and distributes the patented ICOM JTG Liquid Injection Propane vehicle system and the additional patented ICOM Propane productsfeaturing the unique ICOM Toroidal Tank for the North American market and selected markets worldwide. ICOM with its partners brings over twenty-five years of experience as a world class manufacturer for the Propane Vehicle industry, with its innovative tanks, JTG II, JTGhp, JTG-D Systems and numerous products supplied to OEM’s and the aftermarket worldwide. ICOM also holds ASME and National Board Tank Certifications, EPA Certifications, Canadian IGAC compliance, numerous European EN67/01 Systems Certifications, and is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company. ICOM JTG Liquid Injection Bi-Fuel Propane System is EPA certified for the 2010/2011 Ford E350/E450 model vehicles equipped with the 6.8L 2V engine. Jasper Alternate Fuels is an ICOM North America national master distributor.


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NGVAMERICA AND THE CLEAN VEHICLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION Nationally Recognized Non-Profit Organizations Dedicated to Helping Fleet Operators and Policy Makers Evaluate Alternatives to Gasoline and Diesel, Providing Accurate Information About:

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Need to compress your product development time? Want to get to market faster? Retrofitting fleet vehicles?

Collaborating With aFV, llC on the design and specification of your high pressure fuel system is the answer. We want to be your partner in the North American natural gas vehicles industry. Trust AFV, LLC to deliver the quality, reliability and delivery you need. We understand your business and the requirements of alternative fuels.

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NGV REFUELING SYSTEMS ANGI Energy Systems LLC, is a U.S.-based, family held manufacturer of quality natural gas compression equipment and an elite integrator of NGV system design. ANGI has over 40 years of experience providing clients with high-quality, fully customized compressed natural gas fueling solutions.

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Clean Diesels are affordable. The total cost of ownership for clean diesel passenger cars over a 3-year period is, on average, $3,600 less than traditional port-fuel injected gasoline counterparts.

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Natural gas provides a clean-burning source of fuel for transportation and an ideal alternative to petroleum as we work towards the goals outlined in the Low Carbon Fuel Standard.

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A of experience in AF Luxfer Gas Cylinders is the world’s largest manufacturer of high-pressure aluminum and composite cylinders for a wide variety of applications including alternative fuels. Luxfer manufacture composite AF cylinders at our state-of-the-art Be sure dedicated facility in to visit us Riverside California. on booth Contact us for more information.

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This summer... Declare your independence from foreign oil. Learn more at Booth #116.

The natural resource for ethanol information. The Renewable Fuels Association is the leading resource for ethanol information. For over 30 years, the RFA has been the voice of the U.S. ethanol industry. It’s just natural to call our experts first if you need authoritative answers about ethanol. Call (202) 289-3835, or visit;

www.ChooseEthanol.com.

425 3rd St. SW, Suite 1150 Washington, DC 20024

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CNG FUELING: LOOK FORWARD

Smarter CNG Stations At Trillium, we create CNG fueling solutions that out smart the rest. From design details that increase reliability to maintenance practices that extend equipment life, we put smart ideas to work. Our systems increase performance and efficiency, which saves you money. GET THE BEST VALUE IN CNG 800.920.1166 | info@trilliumusa.com | trilliumusa.com

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