Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition / East Valley Institute of Technology, Mesa

2010

Sponsors/Partners: East Valley Institute of Technology – Automotive Training Center



Attendance: 700 students, consumers

Event Highlights: Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition and East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) had more than twenty-five vehicles at their National AFV Day Odyssey event exhibit. Additionally, several speakers from EVIT spoke on alternative fuel topics, such as how liquefied natural gas powers most Phoenix Metro Buses, how the new electric charging stations work, and the application of the new Roush all-liquid propane power systems.

Event Location:
East Valley Institute of Technology
1601 W. Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

 

Contact: Bill Sheaffer, Executive Director
bill@cleanairaz.org

480-314-0360

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2006

Host Site Co-Coordinators: Gateway Community College, Phoenix, AZ, and Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition, Scottsdale, AZ

Event Type: Vehicle Displays, Workshops

Attendees: 125 Students, Instructors, Government Officials, and General Public

Event Highlights: A display of alternative fuel vehicles from Ford, Toyota, Honda, Chevrolet, and many others highlighted the event. There was also first-year participation from Valley Metro, Phoenix’s public transportation company, which helped to publicize the event. A variety of guest speakers and unique break-out session topics allowed attendees to learn more about alternative fuel options. The Arizona Public Service provided rides on its electric train to and from the parking lot for event attendees. Additionally, in attendance were administrator of Dezhou Automotive College, a private college in China.

 

2004

Format: Fair/Exhibit

Audience: Government Officials and Students

Attendance: 200

Highlights: New automotive facility tour; vehicle and engine panel discussion that generated significant fleet manager interest. Keynote speaker Ray Hobbs’ presentation on hydrogen technology.

 

2002

Format: Career Fair

Audience: Fleets and High Schools

Attendance: 700