The Role of Alternative Fuels in California’s Transportation Future - Archived

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California has been a leader in deploying cleaner alternatives to the fuels we use every day in our vehicles. Renewable natural gas, green hydrogen, renewable diesel, and even sustainable aviation fuel all play roles in lowering our carbon footprint and reducing local air pollution. But questions remain. How can we best utilize alternative fuels to address the continuing crises of climate change and air pollution? What are the environmental and economic challenges facing each fuel? From an operator perspective, what makes the most practical sense? Do certain applications have more advantages than others?

Join us on February 8 at 11 am as we dive into these questions and more with the experts who are making low-carbon fuels a reality.

Panelists include:
Professor Jack Brouwer from UC Irvine,
Tim Olson, California Energy Commission,
Nate Taylor, Southern California Gas Company,
Bruce MacRae, UPS (invited).

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