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AFVi Offers ‘NGVs: The Road Forward or a Dead End?’ Seminar

February 13, 2008

ORANGE, CA – The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute (AFVi) is offering an “NGVs: The Road Forward or a Dead End?” seminar on Mar. 26–27 at the Doubletree Hotel Anaheim in Orange, California.

Natural gas is making a comeback, with fleets all over the country discovering the clean, affordable alternative to petroleum. Which comes first, the vehicle or the fuel seems to have worked itself out, with fuel providers and original equipment manufacturers working in tandem to build the market. The session will cover why NGVs still make sense, the emissions and cost savings benefits, available funding, and the vehicles and fuel providers making it work. Hear from a range of industry experts who are behind the natural gas renaissance.

For more information about AFVi and other learning marketplace events, visit http://www.afvi.org/.

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