Our energy roundtable moderator this morning was Andrew Littlefair, CEO of Clean Energy.
The Executive Director of the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute is Annalloyd Thomason. We heard from her on stage earlier this week and to get to know her better and learn a little more about AFVI I sat down with her for a short interview. Annalloyd explains how she and her husband Leo, started their own company and had the opportunity …
The band at our closing reception was Still Cruisin led by founder and drummer Bill Ball.
On my way out of the convention center yesterday I stopped by the Ride & Drive and found myself in a Global Electric Motorcars vehicle.
Our sponsor for coverage of the Clean Cities Congress is Southern California Gas Company, a Sempra Energy Utility. So I was very happy to meet the guys pictured here. They are Mike Franco, Stan Sinclair, Ed Harte and Michael Bolin. Ed volunteered for my interview so we can learn more about them and their company. SoCal has invested in the …
Annabel Cook, Honda, pictured here with Ed Huestis, City of Vacaville, CA, brought Ed to me and I’m glad she did. Besides the fact that Ed is just a great guy to know he’s got an interesting story.
Giving us a light-hearted look at alternative fuels as only he can, Jim Kenzie, Chief Auto Reviewer for the Toronto Star spoke at our morning session today.
This morning’s opening session featured a speech by J.J. Brown, Legislative Aide for Utah Senator Orrin Hatch. He just finished.
Our keynote speaker at lunch today was Robert Howard, VP of Corporate Planning and Logistics for Pacific Gas & Electric Company.
As I mentioned in an earlier post today, American Honda Company unveiled a new alternative fuel vehicle. It’s the 2006 Civic GX NG. Pictured second from the right in this group of Honda representatives I is Gunnar Lindstrom. Gunnar emceed today’s awards luncheon and I’ll have more on those later.