The 9th Annual Clean Energy Roadshow started on August 27 at Southface Institute in Atlanta. In 2011, Georgia Public Service Commission Vice Chairman Tim Echols wanted to find a way to highlight trends in alternative fuel vvehicle technology, transportation, mobility and sustainability. The Clean Energy Roadshow was born.
At the Roadshow’s two-hour seminar, experts discuss how rural and urban communities use – or could benefit from the use of – natural gas, LPG and electric vehicles in private and commercial transportation. They also analyze how fleets can make informed decisions. Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) President Larry Williams will also give an update on the state of the industry in Georgia’s technology sector.
The Roadshow allows members of Georgia’s communities up-close access to various low-emission and zero-emission vehicles via a walking tour of alternative fuel cars, trucks, buses and other vehicles.
“I started the Clean Energy Roadshow to help business and local governments learn more about alternative fuels and clean energy,” said Commissioner Echols. “This 9th annual event will focus on safety, economy, fleets, fueling infrastructure and clean technology.”
This year’s Roadshow includes the following dates and locations:
ATLANTA – August 27th
AUGUSTA – August 28th
ALBANY – September 24th
SAVANNAH – October 8th
ATLANTA – October 16th
MACON – October 17th
Source: Clean Energy Road