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Fueling the Future was held May 24, 2016 at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino. Check out
the Division of Energy & Climate's Facebook page to view more pictures from the event!
About the Event
Alternative fueled vehicles are available for almost every type of vehicle, from passenger sedans to school busses and heavy-duty trucks. The Fueling the Future event presented the economic and environmental benefits of alternative fueled vehicles and helped fleet managers understand the options and benefits open to them. Attendees also learned about and toured some alternative fuel vehicles currently available on the market.
Expert panels will discuss the benefits, common misconceptions, and success stories of alternative fuels like propane, natural gas, and electricity that improve and progress the transportation sector by providing lower-emissions and cost-saving alternatives to traditional gas and diesel vehicles.
Click here to view the 2016 Fueling the Future Program
Fueling the Future by the numbers:
- 12... vendors and sponsors
- 14.... speakers and panelists
- 22... alternative fueled vehicles available at the ride and drive
- 170... attendees at Fueling the Future
- $1 million... total grant money awarded to the recipients of the Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grants
Missed Fueling the Future? Check out some of the presentations given by industry experts at the event!
Compressed Natural Gas Presentations
Electric Vehicle Presentations
Media coverage of the event
A huge thank you to the Fueling the Future vendors and sponsors!
The Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility
Fueling the Future is hosted by the Delaware Clean Cities Coalition. This group is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Program and is charged with building partnerships to reduce petroleum use in Delaware's transportation sector. The coalition is housed in the Delaware Division of Energy & Climate, and comprises over 40 stakeholders from state and local governments, fuel suppliers, vehicle retailers, fleet owners, non-profit organizations, and other interested parties.