Green Bus Summit Offers Roadmap To Going “Green”


Attendees will gain insights from fleet managers on their experiences with implementing alternative fuels. Informative presentations planned for the 2015 Green Bus Summit will provide a wealth of ideas for you to bring back to your own operation.

Be ready to head in the right direction towards alternative fuel opportunities at the Green Bus Summit (GBS). The one-day symposium tailored for those in charge of small- or large-scaled fleets will be held on Wednesday, July 29. The GBS will host several sessions on how to obtain funds for alt fuels and clean energy, and where to find them. One such session, Grant Writing & Funding Opportunities for Your Fleet, will discuss how to obtain funds based on the current and projected opportunities to pay for everything from purchasing new vehicles, to implementing fueling infrastructure and stations, to covering your staff resources. 

Richard Battersby, East Bay Clean Cities Coalition

– John Mikulin, Specialist, Clean Energy & Climate Change, 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pacific Southwest Region 9

– David Anderson, Director of Transportation & Fleet Services,
Adams 12 Five Star Schools, Thornton, Colo.

Visit to register for this symposium that is sure to be insightful and eduational. 

July 25-28

Green Bus Summit
July 29

Grand Sierra Resort
Reno, Nev.