Clean, alternative fuels are the future of school district transportation. Propane, natural gas and electric vehicle options are becoming mainstream, and Kansas City districts are already committing to these alternatives to diesel buses. Alternative fuels give school districts a new approach to long-term substantial fuel savings, while protecting students from the risks of diesel emissions.
Kansas City Regional Clean Cities welcomes school district fleet managers, superintendents and district purchasing professionals to the 2017 Alternative Fuels Summit. Blue Springs School District will host us at the Bartow Administrative Center at 1801 Northwest Vesper Street from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Wednesday, November 15, 2017.
Guest speakers will cover the latest in alt-fuel technology, reports from districts already using alternative fuels, information on financing alt fuel projects, and a tour of the Blue Springs District’s compressed natural gas fueling and fleet facilities. Lunch is included as part of the program.
Contact David Albrecht at MEC with any questions.