Green Drives Alsip 2024 – Powering Chicago IBEW/NECA Technical Institute

The Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation, formerly the Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition, recently hosted Green Drives Conference & Expo on Thursday, May 9, 2024. The event was an opportunity for commercial and government fleets, community leaders, and clean tech professionals to hear from industry experts and other fleet managers about converting fleets to alternative fuel vehicles. One of the largest clean-transportation conferences in the Midwest, the event took place at Powering Chicago’s IBEW/NECA Technical Campus in Alsip, IL.

The conference had over 270 registrants, some of which attended in-person while others watched online from the live stream. It also featured over twenty speakers, roughly 20 exhibitors within the clean energy industry, and a showcase of several low and zero-emissions vehicles. As with previous Green Drives conferences, fleet managers had the opportunity to sign up to attend for free if they committed to registering by the early bird deadline.

Speaker Presentations

Alternative Fuels: Insights and Updates

Which Alt. Fuel(s) Will Work For Your Fleet and Why

Incorporating Alternative Vehicles Into Your Fleet

Fleet Electrification Readiness

Funding Opportunities and Updates

Green Drives Alsip was hosted by Powering Chicago at its IBEW/NECA Technical Campus at 6201 West 115th Street, Alsip, IL .

Watch the presentations and view the slides.

The Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation, formerly the Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition until 2022, is a nonprofit 501(c)3 coalition dedicated to promoting clean transportation in Chicago and its suburbs. For 30 years, the coalition has worked with commercial and government fleets to transition to low and zero-emissions transportation. Its membership includes federal, state, and local governments, corporations, small businesses, and individuals who collaborate to share information and resources, educate the public, influence public policy, and undertake projects that reduce petroleum use.

The Illinois Alliance for Clean Transportation is one of over 75 coalitions nationwide affiliated with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program, which unites stakeholders to enhance the use of alternative fuel and advanced vehicle technologies, reduce idling, and improve fuel economy and air quality. The coalition focuses on educating businesses and municipalities throughout Illinois.

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