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10.13.20

Join us for the first ever, ACT Virtual Expo! 

Module 5: Ultra Clean HD Vehicle Summit

This standing room only ACT session features the top executives from vehicle manufacturers, technology suppliers, and fleets sharing (and debating) what the future will hold for the vehicles and technologies that power our nation's goods movement and passenger transportation sectors.  

4 Episodes: October 13, 15; November 17, and 19.

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09.30.20

Clean cities webinar series: fleet electrification

Part 1: EV Market Watch - Work Trucks

Wednesday, September 30th | 2 PM CDT

Discover all of the options available on the market today and what vehicles are coming soon. The webinar will feature Michael Coates, the editor of the Clean Fleets Report who will facilitate a moderated discussion with Keith Brandis with the Volvo Lights project and Alexander Voets with Daimler Trucks North America to discuss existing news about their EV vehicle line ups and pilot programs.


 

Don't forget to Register for Part 2:

Part 2: First Steps for Fleets Interested in EVs 

Wednesday, October 7th | 2 PM CDT


 

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09.22.20

Join us for the first ever, ACT Virtual Expo! 

Module 4: Staying Plugged In: ACT;s Annual EV Charging Workshop

ACT's EV Charging Workshop is back by popular demand! Hear how the EV charging landscape has evolved, including key lessons learned in fleet charging infrastructure deployments, as well as strategies to control costs, protect assets, and integrate advanced energy management and storage. 

4 Episodes: September 22, 24; October 27, 29.

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09.15.20

Join us for the first ever, ACT Virtual Expo! 

Module 3: Advanced Transportation Investor Summit

Investors and entrepreneurs can gain unmatched insight on current and future investment trends in advanced transportation. Sessions will feature thought-provoking conversations with industry, fleet, and government leaders on what investment looks like in a (post) pandemic environment. 

2 Episodes: September 15 & 17

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08.25.20

Join us for the first ever, ACT Virtual Expo! 

Module 2: Deep Dives on Battery Technology, Connected Tech & Natural Gas

Some of our most popular ACT content is turning virtual with our standing room only concurrent Battery Technology, Connected Tech, and Natural Gas workshops. Explore breakthrough technologies, early adopter fleet experiences, and key barriers and opportunities to reach scale. 

3 Episodes: August 25, 27; September 1.

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08.18.20

Join us for the first ever, ACT Virtual Expo! 

Module 1: The Main Stage

ACT's main stage ballroom discussions are coming to a computer near you! Hear top executives from major suppliers, manufacturers, and fleets who are aggressively pushing ahead on advanced clean transportation technologies and what they're betting big on, why they're doing it, and what they're most excited about for the future of the industry. 

6 Episodes: August 18, 20; October 6, 8; November 10, and 12.

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04.27.20

CCFC has received word from our sister coalition in Alabama that one of their stakeholders has a complete CNG station for sale. They have a Motor Week segment on the station, available to view here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M9yqsQ-Sf8 and the sale post is listed on http://cngsale.com/ with full specifications and station equipment included. The seller, Virginia Transportation (VT), is available for contact through the "Contact Us" button on their site or you can reach out to Carina at csoriano [at] centralina [dot] org for more information. 

02.18.20

Carina Soriano, CCFC Co-Coordinator, attended the Energy Independence Summit in Washington DC last week on February 10-12th. Centralina was glad to meet with other North Carolina folks from the Triangle Clean Cities Coalition as well as partner NC Clean Energy Technology Center. This annual event is the nation's premier clean transportation policy summit. The Summit provides a unique opportunity for Clean Cities Coalitions and leaders in the clean transportation industry to network and build partnerships with each other, and with key Congressional and Administration policymakers in Washington, DC. This year, our information to congressional leaders focused on stablizing Clean Cities program and clean transportation initiatives funding, continued support for extending alt fuel tax credits and grants such as the EPA Diesel Emission Reduction grant to assist our stakeholders with future fleet building money, technology, and opportunities. Interested? Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) hosts the Summit every year and we're always looking for more stakeholder involvement! Being a Clean Cities stakeholder assists with registration costs too. Contact Carina Soriano at csoriano [at] centralina [dot] org to see how to participate next year! 

02.18.20

On January 27-29th, Carina Soriano, CCFC's Co-Coordinator attended the Coordinator 101 training in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. This national exchange of ideas for consideration was a good chance to network and exchange best practices among new coalitions and coordinators with a few coordinators having prior experience to working with the Clean Cities program or similar industry. A few key efforts arose from the training that CCFC will focus on in 2020.

These include:

  • stakeholder (re)-engagement, ensuring that we are listening to and assisting our stakeholders in their own projects as best as possible while adding to our stakeholder base;
  • better concise and quicker communication about funding and research opportunities available from DOE and other sources;
  • and finally potentially tackling more technical partnership projects, such as hosting or finding partners to host tech trainings, which has been identified as a need within our region.

This experience left Carina fired up and ready to tackle more for the CCFC and our stakeholders. If there is anything we can assist with, or you are interested in the tech trainings, please let us know! We want to know if there is a great enough need to move forward with this idea. Please contact Carina Soriano at csoriano [at] centralina [dot] org for further details. 

Centralina Council of Governments
9815 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262

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