Clean Fuels Discussion Forum
Fleet operators, energy suppliers, and those interested in developing clean transportation technology are invited to a free public discussion forum at the Grand Lobby of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza, Thursday, October 22, 4-6 p.m. Clean Fuels Ohio will facilitate the discussion. The forum will begin with a panel of experts working in the transportation and/or fuel industries. The focus of the meeting is discussion of the policies that will drive Ohio into an era of cleaner, more advanced transportation energy and technology. The goal is education about the future of the state’s transportation systems, and creation of a cohesive group of transportation industry stakeholders. Public feedback from the discussions will by used by Clean Fuels Ohio to refine their policy recommendations.
Clean Fuels Ohio began in Columbus in 1999 as a program of the Columbus Health Department. It became an independent non-profit organization in 2002. The group works to increase availability of alternative fuels and help fleet managers to green their vehicles. For more information about Clean Fuel Ohio’s policies, see www.drivingohioforward.org, or http://www.cleanfuelsohio.org/cms/.