August 18, 2021. Organizers of the ACT Fleet Forum announced the year’s upcoming programming on cutting-edge technology and opened membership to new participating fleets. Public sector and small fleets that have begun adopting clean technologies including propane, compressed natural gas (CNG), battery-electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles and renewable fuels are now eligible to join large national fleets including Penske Transportation Solutions, Amazon, Walmart, J.B. Hunt, and Schneider.
An industry-leading educational initiative for early adopters to share best practices in clean transportation technologies, the ACT Fleet Forum provides member fleets education via webinars, workshops, and in-person site visits year-round. Facilitated by clean transportation consulting firm Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), the ACT Fleet Forum is an extension of the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, North America’s largest advanced transportation technology and clean fleet event.
The ACT Fleet Forum enables fleet operators the opportunity to stay at the cutting edge of advanced clean vehicle technologies. By joining, member fleets gain access to exclusive peer-to-peer conversations and learning opportunities with the industry’s most innovative and progressive fleets. The Forum brings together North America’s top commercial fleet operators to share their own learnings from and insight into staying ahead of impending regulations, securing lucrative funding opportunities, deploying zero-emission technologies, and implementing renewable fuels.
Leading technology providers that sponsor specific educational discussions and technology previews this year include Freightliner, Detroit, Greenlots (a member of the Shell Group), and Momentum Dynamics. Previously, Daimler Trucks North America, Nikola, Power Electronics, Hexagon Agility, ChargePoint, Siemens, Kalmar Ottawa, Beard Electric, ABB, Kenworth, Trillium, Cummins, and Toyota provided support and expertise on new clean technologies to ACT Fleet Forum members.