Your Road Begins in Tacoma

Accelerate to ZERO 

Greater Tacoma Convention Center 

AUG 16-18, 2022
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2022 PRESENTING SPONSOR:

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Join us for AccelerateH2, a pre-conference briefing on hydrogen mobility.  Organized in collaboration with California Fuel Cell Partnership, this day-long event will explore issues regarding fuel cell electric cars, buses, trucks, and other categories and the hydrogen fueling and production infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia) and beyond. The briefing will bring together subject matter experts, including representatives from industry, government, and academia, to discuss the ways in which vehicles, fueling infrastructure, and production can be synchronized and scaled to ensure a successful rollout on the North American west coast and beyond.  Join us for AccelerateH2, a day that focuses on hydrogen mobility and hub activity in the Pacific Northwest. Two workshops will explore complementary issues: 1. The need for the rapid scaling of vehicles and fueling infrastructure. 2. The need for the rapid scaling of hydrogen production to support several industries seeking to decarbonize. The workshops will bring together subject matter experts and Northwest stakeholders from industry, government, academia, and others, to discuss how transportation and industrial needs and hydrogen production can be synchronized and scaled. Workshop 1: The hydrogen highway comes to the Pacific Northwest Hydrogen mobility in the Pacific Northwest is in its infancy, with mature transportation-related industries such as Kenworth/Paccar and Daimler Trucks North America based in the area. With increasingly aligning policies and goals, the Northwest becomes an opportunity to build out the North American west coast fueling network to support cars and heavy-duty trucks, in addition to transit and other forms of mobility. This forum brings together stakeholders to talk about what can be learned from California and British Columbia, what is possible in Oregon and Washington, what infrastructure is needed and where, and what are the necessary policies to complete the hydrogen highway. Moderator: -Bill Elrick | Executive Director | California Fuel Cell Partnership Speakers:​ -Parker Meeks | Chief Strategy officer | Hyzon Motors -James Kast | Fuel Cell Business Analyst | Toyota (TBC) -Neil Bhagia | Head of Hydrogen Partnerships & Key Accounts | Shell -Stephanie Celt | Senior Energy Policy Specialist | Washington State Department of Commerce -Jeff Grant  | Vice President of Transportation Solutions | HTEC (TBC) -Tyson Eckerle | Deputy Director| Zero Emission Vehicle Market Development, California Gov's Office of Business & Economic Development ​Workshop 2: Hydrogen Hubs: What is needed to facilitate a scaling up of hydrogen activity? The federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act provided $8 billion to fund at least four (likely six to 10) hydrogen hubs across the United States, in addition to significant funding for related hydrogen activities. Prior to the passage of IIJA, many states and communities were exploring or planning the development of hydrogen hubs or clusters. This forum brings together stakeholders to talk about hydrogen hub efforts in WA and OR, looking at what is possible in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Moderator: -Bill Elrick | Executive Director | California Fuel Cell Partnership Speakers: -Aaron Feaver, Ph.D. | Director | JC DREAM -Tim Nies | Regional Service Manager | Energy Northwest -Stephanie Celt | Senior Energy Policy Specialist | Washington State Department of Commerce

SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THE 2021 GTSE SHOW

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June 21, 2022

GREEN TRANSPORTATION SUMMIT & EXPO ANNOUNCES BATTLE MOTORS

AS THE PRESENTING SPONSOR FOR

GTSE 2022

TACOMA, WA (June 21, 2022) — The Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE) is excited to announce that Battle Motors, an innovator in clean energy and electric vehicle (EV) space, will sponsor its 11th annual show. The Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE) is the West Coast’s premier fleet modernization and sustainable transportation event. GTSE offers attendees an inside look at the latest in fleet technologies and innovation and provides informative sessions featuring a who is who of national and regional transportation leaders. Battle Motors, a leader in the development of electric vehicle (EV) technology and in the vocational truck industry, produces work-ready diesel, compressed natural gas (CNG), and now fully electric chassis designed and manufactured in America. Battle Motors’ durable, dependable trucks are built to excel in a multitude of applications including refuse, recycling, construction, utility, and now middle-mile and last-mile delivery. Built upon the seventy-five-year legacy of Crane Carrier Company, the newly rebranded Battle Motors is leading the way in the electrification of the vocational and delivery truck markets. GTSE is excited to have Battle Motors as a partner, as 2022 will focus more than ever on clean vehicle technology and taking advantage of funding opportunities at the local, state, and national levels. Battle Motors is a top solution for customers to invest in and discover their EV trucks and there has never been a better time to reduce vehicle carbon footprint as the conference will highlight the collaborations and pathways that are key for reducing carbon emissions to Zero! Battle Motors is delivering their Battle Ready Class 8 severe-duty electric truck to refuse companies across the country. All Battle Ready Electric trucks include free advanced software and safety features. Battle Motors’ electric trucks are available for front, rear and automated side loader applications within the refuse and recycling space and are available in standard and crew cab configurations. About Battle Motors Battle Motors, a leader in the development of electric vehicle (EV) technology and in the vocational truck industry, produces work-ready diesel, compressed natural gas (CNG), and now fully electric chassis designed and manufactured in America. Battle Motors acquired commercial vehicle Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Crane Carrier Company, LLC (CCC) in 2021. CCC has been manufacturing commercial vehicles for 75 years and is based in New Philadelphia, Ohio. For more information, please visit www.battlemotors.com and follow us @BattleMotors on Instagram and Twitter.

Mo MandeL

GTSE COmedy show & Dinner

SHOW INFO:

August 17th – 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Greater Tacoma Convention Center Ball Room (3rd floor)

Dinner at 7:00 pm

Opening act: 7:30 pm

Headliner: 8:00 pm  -  Mo Mandel

ABOUT MO MANDEL: Best known for making over 40 appearances on CHELSEA LATELY, and his own HOUR SPECIAL on AMAZON, Mo has made numerous appearances on CONAN, THE LATE LATE SHOW, has a half hour special on COMEDY CENTRAL, and is a recurring guest on popular podcasts such as ADAM CAROLLA, BERTCAST, YOUR MOM’S HOUSE, and THE FIGHTER AND THE KID. In the past, Mandel has also guest starred on such hit shows as MODERN FAMILY, CASTLE, HAPPY ENDINGS, and was one of the leads of NBC’S comedy FREE AGENTS, opposite Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn. Most recently, Mo created and hosted a special for THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL called SMALL TOWN THROWDOWN. He is also the creator of the hit series, COMEDY KNOCKOUT, which can be found on truTV and HBOMAX

Please RSVP below with your details. Seating is limited (free to all registered attendees)  

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WHY GTSE?

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  • 10+ Years & growing

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS

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WHAT PEOPLE

ARE SAYING

Ernesto Martinez

Fleet Services Division 

GTSE is a well organized and valuable tool for fleet managers and vehicle specification writers. The lessons learned and the professional relationships I’ve made from attending this event is a key to saving taxpayer dollars and making an impact to climate change. I look forward to this event each year.

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