Clean Car Expo to Showcase the Latest Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technologies

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Clean Car Expo to Showcase the Latest Alternative Fuel Vehicle Technologies

photo of the all-electric Chevrolet Volt, as exhibited at a recent EUEC

The Chevrolet Volt, shown here at a recent EUEC, will be one of several alternative fuel vehicles on display at the inaugural Clean Car Expo.

Over 400 fleet operators register for free passes to attend the Clean Car Expo which brings the world’s leading alternative fuel vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and buyers to the San Diego Convention Center from February 16-18, 2015.

SAN DIEGO, California, January 22, 2015 –/WORLD-WIRE/– Clean Car Expo, to be held February 16-18, 2015, at the San Diego Convention Center, will bring together the world’s leading alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) manufacturers, infrastructure developers, fuel providers, suppliers, consultants and fleet managers to discuss and display the latest technologies in electric vehicles (EV), compressed natural gas (CNG), hydrogen vehicles (H2), natural gas vehicles (NGV), biofuel, ethanol, propane, hybrid and fleet vehicles.

Clean Car Expo will showcase all types of alternative fuel and fleet vehicles on display from BMW, Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, GM, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Tesla, Toyota, and other new manufacturers.

Clean Car Expo is being held in conjunction with EUEC2015, the 18th annual energy, utility and environment conference, the largest and longest running event of its kind in the United States. Over 3,000 delegates are expected to the joint events.

Mark Smith, Vehicle Technologies Deployment Manager for Clean Cities, will be one of the plenary keynote speakers at the joint conference. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program advances economic, environmental and energy security by supporting local agencies and stakeholders through Clean Cities coalitions in San Diego and California to reduce petroleum use in transportation.

“Alternative fuel vehicles continue to be an important consideration for fleet operators throughout the United States, as evidenced by President Obama’s recent signing into law of the $0.50 per gallon tax credit for certain AFV’s,” said Dr. Prabhu Dayal, Clean Car Expo Chairman. “In the interest of supporting the use of alternative fuel vehicles, we are pleased to be able to offer one free exhibit space to manufacturers of all types of alternative fuel vehicles.

The $300 registration fee will be waived for employees, managers, and operators of commercial or government vehicle fleets and Clean City coalition members who register online before the end of January. For more information or to register online or exhibit, visit www.cleancarexpo.com or call (520) 615-3535.

About Clean Car Expo and EUEC
This is the inaugural Clean Car Expo, which will be held in conjunction with EUEC2015, the 18th annual energy, utility, and environment conference. The EUEC conference features a plenary program, followed by a technical program with concurrent tracks with 500 speakers, and EUEC exhibit companies provide the latest innovations and technologies that can benefit the energy and utility industry. Combined attendance for EUEC and Clean Car Expo is expected to include 3,000 attendees, 500 speakers and 300 exhibitors from the energy and utility industry. For further information on Clean Car Expo, please visit www.cleancarexpo.com. To attend or exhibit at the Clean Car Expo, please contact info@cleancarexpo.com or (520) 615-3535.

Organization Contact:
Dr. Prabhu Dayal
Chairman, EUEC
Tel: (520) 615-3535
Email: pdayal@euec.com

Media Contact:
Nancy Roth
Tel: (520) 275-3990
Email: nancy@bluecanoemarketing.com

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