Co-Hosted by: 


Energy & Environment


Department for Energy Development and Independence



  “The Compelling Case
for Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV)”

A Comprehensive One-Day Workshop for Public and Private Fleet Operators
and Clean-Air/Clean-Transportation Policymakers

Crowne Plaza - Louisville Airport
830 Phillips Lane, Louisville KY

Tuesday, July 31, 2012
8:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Conferece Center

Curriculum Presenter/Moderator:
Stephe Yborra,
Director of Market Analysis, Education & Communication
Clean Vehicle Education Foundation


Wow - what a day! We had great turn-out for this event with about 125 in attendance and the networking was great. Our already-jam-packed program was interrupted by a fire alarm and building evacuation and what seemed like interminably long fire alarm system tests (2 of them!), but our attendees took it in stride and we plowed ahead and the day ended up productive, informative and – we hope you’ll agree - enjoyable.  Thanks to all of you for your participation (and patience!).  Special thanks go out to our co-hosts – Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition, Louisville Metro APCD, Kentucky Energy & Environment Cabinet (Dept for Energy Development & Independence, and Dept of Environment – Div of Air Quality), and Kentucky Gas Association for their outreach and assistance in making this a great event. Thanks also to the folks at Waste Management and PetroCard for their post-workshop CNG station tour – we had about 20 who participated in that informative outing.  Below are all the presentations  given that day plus a few “bonus” presentations from additional fleets who have participated in previous workshops.

Clean Vehicle Education Foundation
304 Dorsey Avenue
Mount Airy, MD 21771