1st-ever Clean Fuels Conference this January unites efforts to decarbonize fuel supply
As a national commitment to decarbonization grows, the unstoppable role of biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will take center stage at the newly launched Clean Fuels Conference, Jan. 23-26 in Tampa, Florida.
Formerly the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo, the event’s rebranding reflects the founding organization’s name change last year from the National Biodiesel Board to Clean Fuels Alliance America.
The new name recognizes the evolution and expansion of the clean fuels available to heavy-duty transportation and new markets like rail, shipping and aviation.
This year’s conference theme is “United as One.”
“It’s especially exciting to bring people together at a time when momentum for clean fuels is very much in our favor in terms of policy, newfound market demand and more,” said Clean Fuels CEO Donnell Rehagen. “The Clean Fuels Conference is the premier industry event that brings together stakeholders from all sectors to learn, do business and strategize about how to meet the growing demand for clean fuels amid rapid decarbonization efforts.”
In addition to a robust expo hall and multiple networking events, the conference agenda features educational sessions that will help participants grow industry knowledge and prepare for success in a rapidly changing environment.
Ready for Takeoff: Aviation, Rail, Heating and Marine Markets
One Hundred Percent: States Pursue B100 and Other Ambitions
One World, Many Goooooals: A Global Perspective
Anticipating Change: What's Ahead for Federal Tax Policy
The ABCs of ESG: What Corporate Commitments Spell for Clean Fuels
B50: The New B20? Uniting Fuel Standards for 2030, 2050 and Beyond
Special activities include the return of the popular diesel vehicle Ride-and-Drive and a mainstage session putting the spotlight on the U.S. DOE’s Clean Cities program.
Attendees include clean-fuel producers and marketers, supporting industries, farmers, fleet managers and other users, Bioheat® fuel distributors, automakers, regulators and more.
This year, event organizers also hope to attract more sustainability and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) professionals who are looking for solutions available today to meet their goals.
They also hope to draw representatives from new markets clamoring for clean fuels—specifically marine, rail and airline industry professionals.
Booth space for the event is nearly sold out, according to event organizers. Early-bird registration ends Nov. 17.
Visit CleanFuelsConference.org for more information.