Highlighting Accelerating Clean Tech Trends

The Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo is listed as the largest advanced transportation technology and clean fleet event. ACT Expo 2022 is a four-day event from May 9-12 at the Long Beach Convention Center. This year’s expo features global speakers from around the industry, discussing the rapid pace in which fleets are turning to autonomous, battery-electric, fuel cell, and other transportation technologies.

Keynote speakers from Cummins, Daimler Trucks North America, and Navistar will give attendees a look at how vehicle and engine manufacturers are leading the charge ahead in reducing emissions and offering leading edge transport solutions to fleets. A number of partner workshops will also be offered, from such associations as the North American Council on Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and the California Hydrogen Business Council.

The fleet-focused ACT Expo agenda will highlight the growing availability of ultra-low and zero-emission vehicles and technologies; increased availability and consumption of renewable low carbon fuels; financial incentives, policies, regulations, and other initiatives to rapidly expand clean fueling and charging infrastructure; the rapid acceleration in corporate sustainability commitments; and much more.

ACT Expo will also feature several product debuts and major industry announcements, as well as showcase advanced vehicles spanning all weight classes, applications, and fuel types. Hundreds of clean commercial vehicles and fueling products will be on display in the expo hall, and in the two-day Ride & Drive. Participants will also be the first to learn about the major market trends and clean vehicle adoption plans of fleets across North America with the onsite launch of the 2022 State of Sustainable Fleets report.

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