Pulling from their own experiences, both fleet managers will break down how they have transitioned their fleet infrastructure for ZEVs.   -  Graphic: Bobit

Pulling from their own experiences, both fleet managers will break down how they have transitioned their fleet infrastructure for ZEVs. 

Graphic: Bobit

As the fleet industry continues to make adjustments to accomodate for a greener, more electric future, there are still questions on just how to make this transition.

In these two Government Fleet Expo & Conference sessions, attendees can get a deeper look into Zero-emission vehicle infrastructure from a county and city perspective. Hear from two fleet managers who have been entrenched in electrifying light, medium, and heavy-duty fleets since 2008. Each session will create a guide on how to avoid the pitfalls of not knowing what you don't know.

First, get a county perspective from David Worthington, County of Santa Clara, California, fleet manager. Worthington will discuss the unique challenges in transitioning to electric vehicles for a decentralized fleet of 2,216 light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles located at 48+ sites to support an operational area of 1,291 square miles with elevations from sea level to 3,489 feet.

Then be a part of discussion for the city session case study with David Renschler, CPFP, who is fleet division manager for the city of Fairfield, California. This is when attendees will learn how a centralized fleet of 700 units put together their ZEV transition plan including tips, tricks, overcoming challenges, and real world experiences.

GFX 2024 will be held May 7 - 10, 2024 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Register HERE

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Nichole Osinski

Nichole Osinski

Executive Editor

Nichole Osinski is the executive editor of Government Fleet magazine. She oversees editorial content for the magazine and the website, selects educational programming for GFX, and manages the brand's awards programs.

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