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HTUF 2014 National Meeting

September 22-24, 2014 | Argonne National Laboratory, IL

Collaboration. Decision. Action. The High-Efficiency Truck Users Forum represents the process for making change happen in the high efficiency truck and bus arena. The HTUF 2014 National Meeting is built around action, engagement, and collaboration. Industry and military thought leaders will gather to identify and address the barriers to the adoption of high-efficiency truck and bus technologies. Join us at this hands-on forum for action – engage in HTUF’s ongoing process.
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Speakers and invited speakers (shown below, top left to right) include Karl Simon, Director, Transportation and Climate Division, US EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ), David Friedman, Acting Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) - invitedMark Kuhn, Vice President, Ricardo Strategic Consulting, and Bill Kahn, Principal Engineer & Manager of Advanced Concepts, PACCAR
   
 
   

 
CALSTART'S DIVERSE MEMBER COMPANIES

CALSTART's 150+ member companies represent all regions of the country. Diverse stakeholders work together to accelerate the market for clean transportation technologies and fuels, and to secure our energy future.

Member companies rely on CALSTART to:

• Facilitate industry networking;
• Provide up-to-date information on policy and funding; and
• Keep them apprised of industry trends

From Sacramento to Washington, DC, we work with members to shape industry relevant policy and funding conversations. Are you interested in finding out more about CALSTART's member services? Call us today 626/744-5600 or check out the simple online application form
 
NAFA AND CALSTART COLLABORATE ON SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM FOR FLEETS

NAFA Pioneering Fleet Sustainability Program

Transport Topics

'Collaborating with Calstart, a California-based group that advocates for clean-transportations [sic] initiatives gives NAFA an experienced partner in the effort, Masters added. “We chose Calstart because this is what they do for a living,” he said, noting that California is typically “three or four years ahead” of the rest of the country in emissions regulation.'


Read the NAFA press release.

 
CALSTART VIDEO

Brief video about CALSTART featuring CEO John Boesel, ARB Chair Mary Nichols, California PUC Commissioner Michael Peevey, Lon Bell of Amerigon, Ichiro Sugioka of Volvo USA, Patricia Monihan of Energy Foundation, and Mike Simon of Transpower.
 
CALSTART'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY VIDEO


CALSTART's 20th anniversary video featuring CEO John Boesel, ARB Chair Mary Nichols, California PUC Commissioner Michael Peevey, Lon Bell of Amerigon, Patricia Monihan of Energy Foundation, Ichiro Sugioka of Volvo and Mike Simon of Transpower. For twenty years, CALSTART has helped to build a clean transportation legacy, bringing together key stakeholders throughout the country to speed the adoption of efficient vehicles and systems.
 

SB 1204 PASSED BY LEGISLATURE

Bill to Accelerate Development, Deployment of Cleaner Trucks and Buses on Way to Governor’s Office

Senate Bill (SB) 1204, jointly authored by Senators Ricardo Lara (D-Long Beach/Huntington Park) and Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills), was sent to Governor Jerry Brown’s office for his signature. The measure was supported by a diverse and broad coalition, including the California Trucking Association and the Coalition for Clean Air. Read the press release.

 
HTUF MEETING PREVIEW

Miss the HTUF National Meeting Preview? Click here to see the slides and listen to the webinar recording.
 
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
CALSTART is seeking a detail-oriented, collaborative and proactive Junior Database Administrator. Click here for details about the job and how to apply.
 
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MEMBERS IN THE NEWS

General Motors - GM Brings Bike Sharing to Technical Center
 
Volvo Group - Volvo Buses Introducing Hybrid-Electric Transit Bus

Proterra - Seattle Deal Could Lead to Proterra Expansion

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