The event, set for May 1-4, 2023, at Southern California's Anaheim Convention Center, is expected to draw about 8,500 attendees from across the transportation industry - including school bus manufacturers and experts in alternative fuels such as propane, compressed natural gas, and battery-electric. The 4-day conference will mix educational content and a technological showcase, with 150 speakers, panel discussions, and insights into building and scaling new zero- and low-emission infrastructure for cleaner vehicles.
“Infrastructure development is at the top of the list of challenges fleets face as they embark on zero-emission projects,” said Erik Neandross, CEO at Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), clean transportation and energy consulting firm and the producer of ACT Expo. “ACT Expo 2023 will provide comprehensive coverage on this topic, in addition to the billions of dollars of incentive funding becoming available, increased regulatory, and ESG-related pressures to decarbonize, and of course, the expo hall will offer the world’s greatest collection of advanced vehicle technologies, low carbon fuels, and innovative solution providers.”
Check out the full agenda here.