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2020 Green Drives Conference and Expo CANCELED

April 30 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm CDT

| $95
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, this event has been canceled to align with CDC recommendations for social distancing.

Chicago Area Clean Cities invites you to attend its ninth annual Green Drives Conference and Expo on Thursday, April 30th, 2020, at the Northern Illinois University Conference Center in Naperville, IL.

Transportation now accounts for the largest portion of total U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and is a major contributor to the Chicago area’s air quality issues. Green Drives – one of the largest clean-transportation conferences held in the Midwest – is a must-attend event for government officials, commercial and municipal fleet managers, corporate sustainability officers, and clean-tech and clean-energy professionals who want to learn how to use cleaner, lower emissions fuels and technologies, while saving money.

At this year’s program, advanced vehicle technologies, electric vehicles, and alternative fuels will be showcased, including dozens of green vehicles and exhibitors. Attendees not only get a chance to network with experts from throughout the nation and the region, but they learn of first-hand experiences from fleets currently using alternative fuels and electric vehicles. Attendees also get the chance to test drive vehicles of all different sizes.

Fleet managers (and above) may register for a complimentary Green Drives pass. A MAX OF ONE free pass per organization is available. Additional tickets may be purchased. Offer is available for commercial or government fleet managers or other decision makers of vehicle fleet purchases, such as directors, city managers, mayors or county officials. Ticket includes same admission features as general admission.

 

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Northern Illinois University Conference Center
1120 East Diehl Rd
Naperville, IL United States
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SCARCE is closed through April 30th to align with recommendations related to COVID-19. More Info