ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Zero Emission Bus Conference is an annual event hosted by the Center for Transportation and the Environment that brings together transportation leaders from around the world to explore the challenges, opportunities, and best practices for bus electrification.
The conference consists of three days of battery and fuel cell electric bus programming.
ABOUT THE HOST
The Center for Transportation and the Environment is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the health of our climate and communities by bringing people together to develop and commercialize clean, efficient, and sustainable transportation technologies. CTE collaborates with federal, state, and local governments, fleets, and vehicle technology manufacturers to complete our mission. Learn more at cte.tv.
HISTORY OF THE CONFERENCE
The annual Zero Emission Bus Conference is the premier event for planners, leaders, fleet operators, and technology experts interested in innovating the bus transportation industry with electric vehicle technology. Since 2011, CTE has hosted the ZEB Conference to educate industry professionals with practical information for making smart, informed electric bus and infrastructure decisions. These clean vehicles offer many benefits but bring new considerations that require fleet managers to make intentional, data-driven decisions. The conference’s goal is to bring together hundreds of industry stakeholders to discuss real strategies for transportation innovation and to learn more about how to prepare for electrification at scale.
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