Upcoming Events

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2017 California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit September 25, 2017 Meeting n/a
H2 Heavy Duty Trucking Workshop at ACT Expo May 01, 2017 Meeting

The movement of freight and goods from the commercial ports to consumers represents a vital component of U.S. transportation infrastructure and the U.S. economy.  Seaports and distribution networks are economic drivers for jobs and development, and entry points for goods used throughout the country. They also cause significant local air and greenhouse gas emissions, and the medium/heavy duty truck fleets that move goods from ports cause problems well beyond the boundaries of the ports.  The environmental footprint is significant, both because of the volume of activity and because ports/distribution centers tend to be located in areas that already experience heavy automobile and truck traffic that create smog, particulate matter, and ozone pollution. Areas of California suffer environmental conditions that cause breathing and heart-related health problems and health costs.

Hydrogen-fueled fuel cell electric vehicles are entering the California automobile vehicle market, and hydrogen fuel cell fork lift trucks are commercially purchased by product distribution centers and factories today.  More than ever, it becomes noticeable that there are variety of potential hydrogen and fuel cell on and off road vehicles, including cargo handling equipment, that generate zero emissions energy at the point of use, and “well to wheels” zero emission energy when the hydrogen is produced from renewable sources, everyone’s long term goal.

Proposed Attendees/Invitees:

  • Trucking Companies
  • Fleet Operators
  • Medium/Heavy Duty Vehicle OEMs
  • Hydrogen Technologies Providers
  • Equipment OEMs and Integrators
  • Government Funding Agencies (Freights focused)


Online Registration:

  • CHBC Member - $75
  • Non-member - $100

(Online registration closes Thursday, April 27)

Onsite Registration:

  • CHBC Member - $150
  • Non-member - $200


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Contact: Emanuel Wagner, ewagner@californiahydrogen.org, (310)455-6095 x360.

2017 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo May 01, 2017 Non-CHBC Event


ACT Expo and Penton Trucking Partner to Expand Event

Solidifying the importance of sustainability across the entire transportation industry, ACT Expo and Penton Trucking, the transportation industry’s leading business intelligence provider and home of many premier brands for trucking insights, formed a strategic partnership to further grow the annual ACT Expo. With this new partnership, ACT Expo will expand to encompass all aspects of technology advancements for the commercial vehicle market, while Penton Trucking, through their network of media brands such as Fleet Owner, Bulk Transporter, WardsAuto and many others, will focus on delivering timely and impactful content. Read the press release »

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Daimler and Penske Join as Presenting Sponsors in 2017

Daimler Trucks North America, the largest heavy-duty truck manufacturer, and Penske Truck Leasing, a full-service leasing and maintenance firm with a variety of alternative fuel vehicle options, have signed on as 2017 presenting sponsors. ACT Expo is proud to be supported by companies that consistently lead the industry with innovative products and services. See the full list of 2017 sponsors »

Join the Clean Transportation Revolution at ACT Expo!

At the annual event, attendees will have the opportunity to:

  • Network with more than 3,500 clean transportation stakeholders
  • Connect with hundreds of leading vehicle, fueling, and technology suppliers in the Expo Hall
  • See real-world AFV projects at off-site tours in Southern California
  • Learn from peers in fleet-focused educational sessions

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