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March 5, 2018

CARB Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Beneficiary Mitigation Plan Workshop | March 7, Diamond Bar; March 8, Fontana

CARB is holding workshops for developing a beneficiary mitigation plan for California’s $423 million allocation of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust, covering goals, funding categories, and estimated emission reductions. Get details and the agenda here.

CEC Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program Meeting | March 15, Diamond Bar

The CEC will present an overview of proposed allocations in the revised staff report on the 2018–19 Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program and collect public input.

CNG Leadership Forum | March 20, Los Angeles

Join industry leaders at the Peterson Automotive Museum to discuss trends in renewable and compressed natural gas, with a specific focus on the California transportation sector. This event is hosted by U.S. Gain. RSVP to

CARB South Coast On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicle Incentive Measure Meeting | March 22, Riverside

CARB is holding a public meeting to consider adopting the South Coast On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicle Incentive Measure as a revision to the California State Implementation Plan.

CARB Board Meeting | March 22–23, Riverside

The agenda will be posted ten days before the meeting.

2018 Green Transportation Summit & Expo | April 17–19, Tacoma, Washington

Speakers at the 2018 Green Transportation Summit & Expo include Jim Bruce, senior vice president and chief energy policy officer at UPS; Richard Battersby, executive director of the East Bay Clean Cities Coalition; and Dan Brown, program co-lead, Region 10, of the U.S. EPA’s West Coast Collaborative program.

ACT Expo 2018 | April 30­–May 3, Long Beach

One theme of this year’s Advanced Clean Transportation Expo is gaseous fuels and how to choose alternative fuels and vehicles for different types of fleets. Registration is open.

27th World Gas Conference | June 25­–29, Washington, D.C.

The World Gas Conference, held every three years, has the theme “Fueling the Future,” with an emphasis on natural gas fuels, for the 2018 session. Registration is open.

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