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The Compelling Case for Natural Gas Vehicles

Thursday - November 4, 2010

Dalton J. Woods Auditorium

Energy, Coast & Environment Building

Louisiana State University

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

What You'll Learn

  • Environmental, energy security and economic market drivers
  • NGVs 101 basics review
  • Best NGV applications and why
  • Light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles available from OEMs and retrofit companies
  • Fuel station design, development and ownership/operations options
  • Federal and state tax credits, grants and other incentives
  • NGV fleet operator experiences and tips
  • Calculating fuel cost, simple payback and life-cycle savings
  • Next steps in implementing a successful NGV program

For registration and more information click here.

$55 fee covers course materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshment break. A contribution will be made to our co-host Clean Cities Coalitions.

For more information, contact:

Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition:
� Lauren Stuart � 225-578-9253 or gbrccc@gmail.com

Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership:
� Rebecca Otte � 504-483-8513 or rotte@norpc.org

Louisiana Oil & Gas Association:
� Gifford Briggs � 225-388-9525 or Gifford@loga.la

 

Co-Hosted by
Clean Vehicle Education Foundation Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition
LSU Center for Energy Studies Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership
Louisiana Department of Natural Resources Louisiana Department of Environment Quality
Louisiana Oil & Gas Association Louisiana Gas Association