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Growing ACT Expo opens 2024 registration for new location

Nov. 7, 2023
After years in Southern California, Las Vegas will host what has become one of the largest annual gatherings of fleet executives, vehicle makers, alternative technology providers, and more.

The commercial transportation industry’s largest conference and exhibition on alternative fuel and fleet sustainability technologies is getting even bigger in 2024 when it moves to Las Vegas next May.

The Advanced Clean Transportation Expo opened up online registration this month for the event expected to draw more than 12,000 attendees to the Las Vegas Convention Center from May 20 to 23. The annual show was held in Long Beach, California, for years before moving to Anaheim in 2023.

ACT Expo attendees and exhibitors include fleet leaders, OEMs, technology and fuel providers, public agencies, utilities, policymakers, trade organizations, and more. The conference of educational sessions, speeches, and exhibitions is put on by GNA, a TRC company, and a North American alternative fuel and clean transportation consulting firm.

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The expo hall will feature more than 250 advanced commercial vehicles and technologies, including battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cells, renewable fuels, efficiency technologies, and autonomous and connected technologies.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and developments in clean transportation, hear from experts in the field, network with other professionals, and test drive advanced vehicles.

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Here are some of the highlights of ACT Expo 2024:

  • Keynote speakers: ACT Expo will feature keynote speakers from leading companies in the clean transportation industry, including fleet operators, OEMs, technology providers, and policymakers.

  • Educational sessions: ACT Expo will offer a variety of educational sessions on topics such as vehicle and infrastructure incentive programs, low- and zero-emission vehicle regulations, infrastructure to support zero-emission transportation, electromobility, hydrogen fuel cell vehicle deployments, supply chain efficiency, low-carbon fuels, connected and autonomous technologies, corporate sustainability and ESG, and the state of sustainable fleets.

  • Expo hall: The expo hall will feature over 250 advanced commercial vehicles and technologies, including battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cell, renewable fuels, efficiency technologies, and autonomous and connected technologies.

  • Ride & Drive: Attendees will have the opportunity to test drive advanced vehicles spanning all weight classes and applications.

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