The ACT Expo had six key themes: Urban Mobility, Goods Movement, Connected Fleet, Gaseous Fuels, Commercial EVs, and Vehicle Efficiency. The diverse content appealed to a variety of industries – not just the expected Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) providers, but consumer fleet companies and even ancillary technology providers.
Key Stats & Figures:
- 5,200 Attendees
- 1,000+ Fleets
- 250 Exhibiting Companies & Sponsors
- 108 Advanced Technology Vehicles on Display
- 408 Ride & Drives Completed
- 68 Journalists
Masked industry professionals gathered in a massive expo hall packed with the most advanced clean commercial vehicle technology in the world to discuss the biggest trends, challenges, and opportunities for the industry.
One of the key themes of the conference was charging infrastructure – with panelists emphasizing the critical importance of interoperability in enabling the e-mobility industry to scale. The Combned Charging Station (CCS) and Megawatt Charging System (MCS) were therefore an integral part of the conversation.
If you missed this year’s ACT Expo, be sure to register for next year’s ACT Expo – the Future of Fleet in Long Beach, California in May, 2022.
Published on: 10/14/2021