Greater Indiana Clean Cities is hosting the 2nd Annual AFV Expo and Sustainability Summit. The event will kick-off on the 22nd at 8:30 a.m. when fleets will attend the AFV Expo and Sustainability Summit, an all-day educational session featuring the latest in alternative fuels and related technologies like Motiv electric school bus option, Cummins Engines’ near zero NOx engine offerings for heavy duty truck fleets as well as passenger trucks and cars running on propane, electricity and natural gas.

“From School bus, local municipal, transit and class 8 fleet, this conference has something for everyone” stated Kellie Walsh, Executive Director of the Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition. She went on to say that “This FREE event brings information and opportunities, to Indianapolis, on par with national clean transportation conferences fleets pay thousands to travel and attend.

Some of the sessions featured at the expo include: A Propane School Bus Fleet users panel, a session on GHG reducing and contracting opportunities of compressed, liquid, and renewable natural gas, both of which will improve fleet sustainability, information on current and pending funding sources and opportunities for grants will also be reviewed.

Registration for the day begins at 8:30, along with the Ride and Drive of alternative fuel vehicles and a static display area and a continental breakfast, but don’t wait until the day of when you can register in advance to receive a free registration gift at and click on the sustainability summit banner ad. Don’t miss out on one of Indiana’s best networking and educational opportunities focused on domestically produced, environmentally friendly alternative fuels and technologies!

The Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition is a 501c3 U.S. DOE designated Coalition, serving 2/3 of Indiana public and private sector fleets.

Clean Cities advances the nation’s environmental, economic, and energy security by supporting local actions to reduce petroleum use in transportation. Clean Cities is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Program. Learn more about Clean Cities at, and learn how to get involved with the Greater Indiana Clean Cities coalition at