Greater Indiana Upcoming Events:
Building a Biobased Fleet: Saving Money and Boosting Performance
April 29, 2021 10:00AM
As a large agricultural state, Indiana is fortunate to have farmers producing soy which is used to create a variety of beneficial biobased products. These products are helping local fleets meet their transportation goals and reduce their environmental impact. Join Greater Indiana, our partners with the American Lung Association and B20 Club of Indiana, and distinguished speakers from the Al Warren Oil Company, DC Water, and the United Soybean Board to find out how fleets can use biobased products to save money, boost performance, and reduce their carbon footprint.
What you will learn:
– The B20 Club of Indiana
– How biodiesel and biobased products can benefit your fleet
– Available biobased products
– How a fleet successfully switched to biodiesel and biobased products
Bailey Arnold, Senior Manager, Clean Air Initiatives – American Lung Association
Ronald Flowers, Biobased Consultant for the United Soybean Board
Tim Fitzgerald, Fleet Director – DC Water
Chris Case, Biobased Consultant for the United Soybean Board
Scott Piszczor, Midwest Lubricants Manager – Al Warren Oil
Click HERE to register today! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information to join the webinar.
Greater Indiana Past Events:
Sustainable School Buses: Lowering Costs and Emissions with Electric and Propane
April 7, 2021 11:00AM – 12:30PM EST
With the release of the Round 3 Vehicles replacement and repower grant, many schools are looking at how they can utilize grant funding to purchase new alternative school buses running on Electric and Propane. Hear from leading industry experts about the school bus models eligible under current grant opportunities as well as ways they can help with the transition to an alternative fuel bus.
– Electric and propane bus models currently on the market
-Benefits of alternative fuel buses
– Available manufacturer/dealer programs and incentives
– Scheduling an alternative school bus demonstration for your school
Kerri Garvin, Director – Greater Indiana Clean Cities, Inc.
Maria Brown, Sales Manager – Lion Electric
Albert Burleigh, Regional Executive Director – Blue Bird
Derek Whaley, Business Development Director – ROUSH CleanTech
Energy Independence Summit 2021
Transportation Energy Partners is hosting Energy Independence Summit, the nation’s premier clean transportation policy summit.
The 2021 all virtual summit will bring together leaders of the clean transportation industry, the Biden Administration and Congress to discuss new strategies for advancing markets for clean fuels and vehicles.
The 2021 All Virtual Summit will include two key components:
March 17–19, 2021 – Roundtables with Administration and Congressional Leaders
Participate in roundtable discussions with leaders of the Biden Administration’s clean transportation team, key Congressional committees, federal agencies, and the electric vehicle, natural gas, propane, biofuels, and hydrogen industries. Learn the latest about tax incentives, infrastructure investments and funding opportunities.
March 22–26, 2021 – Capitol Hill Week Meetings with Congressional Offices
Participate in Capitol Hill Week, where we will hold more than 300 virtual meetings with House and Senate offices. This will be a great opportunity to showcase how your fuels, technologies, and projects are reducing emissions and creating thousands of clean energy jobs in communities across America.
Plug into Grant Opportunities to Fund an Electric School Bus Fleet
March 18, 2021 11:00AM to 12:15PM EDT
School districts have begun electrifying their fleets, saving money, and reducing student exposure to emissions. Join Greater Indiana, along with our friends at the Environmental Law and Policy Center, to learn how you can plug into grant funding opportunities and electrify your school bus fleet.
– Benefits of electric school buses
– The ELPC’s work to help school fleets go electric
– Funding your Indiana electric school bus fleet
– Scheduling an electric school bus demonstration at your location
The Electric Vehicle grant has been released by Indiana Michigan Power and the application window will remain open until May 17, 2021. View the program flyer and criteria for school buses and transit buses.
Work Truck Week 2021
March 8–12, 2021
For more than 20 years, commercial truck manufacturers, distributors, upfitters and fleet managers have come together at The Work Truck Show® to see what’s new, hear what’s coming, and learn from each other the latest trends and ways to improve their operations and increase efficiency.
While an in-person event is not possible in 2021, we knew it was more important than ever to provide opportunities for connection and insight. With feedback from the work truck industry, NTEA developed a platform to showcase the products, innovations and solutions driving the future of the commercial vehicle market.
Work Truck Week 2021 (WTW21), which takes place online only March 8–12, 2021, is a reimagined way to connect the commercial vehicle community and provide the product news, market trends and operational insights you’ve come to expect from North America’s largest work truck event.
WTW21 will offer the industry access to
Latest information on work trucks, equipment and other new products
Exclusive updates from leading chassis manufacturers
Analysis of relevant economic and market trends
New sustainable vehicles and technology
Opportunities to connect with industry-leading manufacturers and suppliers
Dedicated updates from chassis manufacturers producing battery electric work trucks
Greater Indiana Members register for FREE! Email Kaylee May for your code to register.