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The Role of Alternative Fuels and Technologies in Emergency Response and Disaster Recovery — A DOE Perspective

Tuesday, March 4, 4:30PM–5:15PM

Learn how alternative fuels and technologies can keep your emergency response vehicles moving when normal supply lines may let you down. During this session, a representative from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will share real-world examples of how CNG, propane, hybrid-electric, and other trucks and systems have made the difference in weathering recent mega-storms; in disaster clean-up and recovery efforts; and in keeping essential services up and running. Gain information on incentives and public/private partnering opportunities that offer even more benefits for utilizing these vehicles.

Moderated by: Linda Bluestein, Co-Director, Clean Cities, U.S. Department of Energy (Washington, DC)

Presented by: Rita D. Ebert, Program Coordinator, Greater Long Island Clean Cities Coalition (Baiting Hollow, NY); and Chuck Feinberg, Coordinator, NJ Clean Cities, Greener by Design, LLC (New Brunswick, NJ)