The Nation’s Premier Alternative Fuels & Vehicles Policy Summit
Attendees gained inside access to the new post-election landscape as leaders from the next administration, the new Congress, the alternative fuels industry, state and local government, and Clean Cities coalitions convened in Washington. The trip to Capitol Hill to educate federal policymakers on driving America to a clean transportation future was, once again, extremely successful.
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Charles Small, TEP Consultant talks with Ron Flowers, Executive Director, Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition at EIS 2012
Colleen Crowninshield, Clean Cities Coordinator, Tucson Clean Cities networks with fellow attendee.
EIS 2012 Attendees Responses to “What Did you Like Best about the Event?”
Capitol Hill Day...It was a great opportunity to get an insider’s view on the political climate on the Hill.
Connecting with other coordinators.
Meeting with Industry and the ability to educate Federal agencies and discuss issues openly.
The keynote speakers were excellent.
The conference sessions were relevant and interesting.