The events in the Low Carbon Fuels Conference Series (LCF) showcase the fuels and technologies, policies and actions, and other ongoing efforts that will allow California to meet policy goals, reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions, diversify transportation fuel supplies, and establish a sustainable market for cleaner-burning fuels.
With the recent adoption of AB 32, (California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006), AB1007 (State Plan to Increase the Use of Alternative Transportation Fuels), 2006 BioEnergy Action Plan, 2006 Low Carbon Fuel Standard and many other initiatives, California is again reshaping the future of the transportation technologies and fuels.
Commencing in 2008 with the inaugural Low Carbon Fuels 2008 Conference & Exhibit held in Sacramento, this groundbreaking conference series expanded in 2009 to include the National Biomethane Summit, in 2010 to include the National NGV Fleet Summit, and again in 2011 with the Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo. Other events focusing on the state’s energy economy, infrastructure planning and funding, and alternative fuel technology development and deployment are also planned components of this series.
LCF events are now in development for various cities throughout the United States, each bringing new perspectives and in-depth discussions on energy and air quality issues to that region.