AltWheels Fleet Day 2021
Fueling the Path Forward: The “New Normal”
Monday, October 4, 2021
>> Registration is now OPEN! Click here for 2021 Agenda and Tickets <<
AltWheels Fleet Day is an annual sustainable transportation event that brings together corporate and municipal fleet managers and clean-fleet stakeholders working to reduce emissions and lower costs for tomorrow’s transportation needs.
Special features this year include—special VIP reception, keynote speakers, panels, videos, tips from fleet managers as we enter era of electrification.
The AltWheels 2020 virtual event, Sustainable Transportation in a Post-COVID World: Creating Opportunity from Uncertainty, went national and drew 378 registrants to hear keynote talks from Anirban Basu, Chairman & CEO Sage Policy Group and Bill Van Amburg, Executive Vice President, CALSTART as well as a series of panels and interviews of industry leaders from organizations such as Ford, Toyota, UPS, National Grid, US Environmental Protection Agency, Verizon Connect and Blackburn Energy to name a few. Click here for 2020 AltWheels Fleet Day details.
AltWheels Fleet Day
Bill Van Amburg, Executive Vice President – CALSTART
Leading Strategies from Fleet Managers
Leaders in Alternative Fuels Panel
Steve Whaley, Director of Autogas Business Development – Propane Education & Research Council
Sejal Shah, Senior Program Manager Electric Vehicle & Demand Response – National Grid
Robert Riddle, Director Division of Motor Fleet Management – North Carolina
Abby Swain, Regional Manager SmartWay – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1 New England
Become a Fleet Day Sponsor
Sponsorship of AltWheels is a great way to reach corporate and municipal Fleet Managers.
Past Fleet Days have featured in-person gatherings including around 200 Fleet Managers from leading companies such as: Biogen IDEC, Boston Duck Tours, Bose, Coca-Cola, Fidelity, Eversource Energy, EMC, Federal Express, Fleet Liberty, Fleet Electrical, Gillette, Green Mountain Power, GTECH, IKEA, Invensys, Johnson & Johnson, Juice Bar, Liberty Utilities, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Millipore, NSTAR, Otis, Pepsi, Staples, Stop and Shop, Textron, Tyco, WB Mason, Wright Express, among others.
Fleet Day participants have also included Fleet Managers from more than 30 cities and towns in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Maine, Vermont, and Rhode Island. Additionally, many state and federal agencies such as MassDOT, DOT, EPA, and CalStart, attend AltWheels.
Fleet Day, winner of an EPA Region I award, also attracts Fleet Managers from colleges/universities, hospitals, and last mile delivery providers among others. Recent attendees from institutions include Harvard University, Merrimack College, MIT, the University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Yale University, and the University of New Hampshire among others.
Fleet Day sponsorship offers a variety of marketing benefits. Sponsors can choose from packages that can include:
Sponsor name on a panel (“ABC Panel Presented by ________”)
Sponsor participation on panel
Sponsor logo on screen in rotation with other sponsors
Sponsor messaging in scroll across bottom of screen in rotation with other sponsors
30-second commercials shown in rotation with other sponsors
Virtual vehicle tours on website
Pre-program sneak peek interviews/clips
Logo and link on AltWheels website
Push notifications to remind attendees about sponsored sessions
Sponsored Break-Out Rooms
VIP Break Roundtables featuring special offers and content
Inclusion in all pre-event promotion – press releases, eblasts, social media, etc.
Dedicated eblasts to targeted recipient list
Panel participation and other speaking roles allow sponsors to reach attendees directly. Videos of all presentations, as well as speaker Power Points and videos, and information on our sponsors, remain available on our website following the event. Past videos are archived and still available.
2019 AltWheels Fleet Day
for static display & ride and drive opportunities
Prius Prime is the most efficient Toyota hybrid yet. With the power to run in either EV or hybrid driving modes, Prius Prime strikes a harmonious balance between necessity and desire. When the charge has run out, Prius Prime has an EPA-estimated 54 combined mpg. Designed with intelligent tech, premium materials and thoughtful engineering, Prius Prime represents the next step of our continuous quest to reach more efficient mobility with less range anxiety — without compromise.
With the Prius, you can confidently face the elements as you discover your own. The Prius can help in rain, snow and dirt with the newly available AWD-e. The available electronic all-wheel-drive feature on Prius was designed to operate up to 43 mph. And with a manufacturer estimated combined 50 mpg, it encourages you to expand your horizons.
The Toyota Mirai, a four-door, mid-size sedan, is a zero-emission hydrogen vehicle with an EPA estimated driving range rating of 312 miles and 67 mpg city/highway/combined. Its performance fully competes with traditional internal combustion engines – but uses no gasoline. With a refueling time of approximately five minutes, the Mirai creates electricity using hydrogen, oxygen and a fuel cell, and emits nothing but water vapor in the process.
RAV4 Hybrid is the sportiest RAV4 yet, with a sleek look to match. Its Toyota Hybrid System II engine produces an ample 219 combined net horsepower for impressive acceleration all the way to highway speeds. So get ready to make the most of every mile and every trip — you might be surprised just how far it takes you.
FiField eBikes is a New England brand of electric bicycle that are known for their quality and fantastic customer support. They have 8 different models of pedal assist electric bicycles that will be showcased at the event.
Club Car 411 Van
Club Car 411 Truck
Altec has partnered with our customers for over a decade to develop and improve products focused on reducing vehicle engine idle. Jobsite Energy Management Systems (JEMS) are plug-in products that automatically manage engine idle - providing work crews with cleaner, quieter and safer job sites while reducing engine hours, fuel consumption and vehicle maintenance.