SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - Boasting the largest collection of hydrogen, electric and hybrid vehicles in the region, the 13th Annual City of Santa Monica AltCar Expo will return to Santa Monica on October 12-13, with brand new vehicles, speakers, and exhibitors to showcase the newest innovations of the alternative technology industry.
Tomorrow begins #AltCarExpo18! Join us as we bring together the leaders in alternative energy innovation showcasing all their newest breakthroughs in transportation. Test drive, ask questions and be immersed into the alternative energy community. pic.twitter.com/RXPg9Wf3M4— AltcarExpo (@AltcarExpo) October 11, 2018
The Annual AltCar Expo in Santa Monica is a family-friendly, free event from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on October 12-13 at the Santa Monica Civic Center (1855 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401).
The free two-day event provides consumers with access to the most extensive array of current and new electric, fuel-cell electric, plug-in hybrid, and hybrid electric vehicles available.
Children are the future and the future calls for new ways that we view transportation and clean energy. Join us at #AltCarExpo18 this weekend, October 12-13. https://t.co/OwZq4ytKxm pic.twitter.com/SbRicdKUGq— AltcarExpo (@AltcarExpo) October 10, 2018
In addition to the exhibitors and Ride & Dive experience, Friday’s conference from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. offers fleets, municipalities, industry, sustainability & planning directors, architects, contractors, and agencies the opportunity enjoy an array of panels surrounding industry’s hottest topics.
The conference will kick-off with remarks from Terry Tamminem, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation
Saturday’s conference programming will include discussions and panels on Scooters and Alternative Modes of Transportation and Alternative Technology Updates. Saturday’s conference seats are first come, first available.
For more information, click on the link below.
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