November 11, 2014
Washington, D.C. — NGVAmerica is proud to announce the successful commencement of the 2014 North American NGV Conference & Expo being held at the Kansas City Convention Center November 11–14 in Kansas City, MO. This year’s event, themed Transportation Fuel for a Better Bottom Line, is set to be the largest NGV event of the year. The four-day program, which is hosted by NGVAmerica in cooperation with the Canadian NGV Alliance, features a comprehensive educational program, a 92,000 square foot exposition, a Ride & Drive, two off-site tours of nearby fueling facilities, and numerous social functions where registrants can network, share ideas and collaborate.
The two plenary sessions and 20 informative breakout sessions will focus on practical tips and experiences. Among the more than 85 speakers are:
The expo will feature CNG and LNG fuel providers, station developers, equipment and component suppliers, design consultants, and vehicles from across the spectrum, from sedans to work trucks to Class 8 trucks.
On Wednesday, November 12, NGVAmerica President Matthew Godlewski and Clean Vehicle Education Foundation (CVEF) President Doug Horne will proudly present the 2014 NGV Achievement Awards to 12 recipients. The Awards recognize outstanding organizations and individuals for their contributions to advancing natural gas as a vehicular fuel.
“NGVAmerica is proud to be hosting the 2014 North American NGV Conference & Expo in Kansas City this year,” said NGVAmerica President Matthew Godlewski. “We look forward to bringing together the industry’s most influential advocates, allies and decision makers in this wonderful city to work towards creating an even greater market for vehicles powered by clean and abundant domestically produced natural gas.”
For more information on the 2014 North American NGV Conference & Expo, visit the event website at www.ngvamerica.org/conference/2014.
NGVAmerica is the national organization driving the use of natural gas as a clean, domestic, safe and abundant transportation fuel. The organization represents more than 230 companies, environmental groups, and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas in transportation. For more information about NGVAmerica, visit www.ngvamerica.org.