NorCal Clean Technology Forum & Expo and West Coast Collaborative Partners Meeting

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NorCal Expo & Meeting

The Clean Cities Coalitions in Sacramento and the East Bay are joining with the U.S. EPA, CALSTART and the Green Transportation Summit and Expo to produce the NorCal Clean Technology Forum & Expo and West Coast Collaborative Partners Meeting. The conference will run from October 16th through the 18th at the McClellan Conference Center in Sacramento, and will feature the latest in low-emission and zero-emission on- and off-road technologies, community clean air action, funding opportunities, as well as insights from policy and regulatory leaders at the state and federal levels.

The West Coast Collaborative is a voluntary public-private partnership committed to reducing diesel emissions and advancing clean technologies throughout the western United States. The West Coast Collaborative hosts regular Partners Meetings, bringing together leaders from federal, state, and local government, the private sector, academia, and environmental groups committed to reducing diesel emissions and advancing clean air technologies and practices along the West Coast of North America. The West Coast Collaborative Partners Meeting is a forum for information sharing among stakeholders for raising awareness of the need and resources for diesel emissions reductions, and the many successful state, tribal, local, and regional efforts that promote and support voluntary emission reduction projects.

Founded in 1994, the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition works to reduce the use of fossil petroleum in the transportation sector by sponsoring educational workshops, alternative fuel demonstrations, vehicle and equipment technology expositions, grant and funding roundtables, and ride-and-drive events. The Coalition has well established ties with government, non-profit and private businesses operating light-duty, medium-duty, heavy-duty vehicles and off-road equipment, as well as vendors for a wide variety of low-emission and zero-emission vehicles, equipment and fuels. More recently, the Coalition has begun working to increase awareness of zero-emission fuels and technologies in the general public, and with the public agencies that make grants available for the general public to begin using these technologies.

Get Involved!
Interested in sponsoring the Forum? View our sponsor & exhibitor overview for more information. Contact Brian Trice at or call 503-688-0989 to confirm your involvement.

Held at the McClellan Conference Center!