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The NAFTC is pleased to announce that 2012 National AFV Day Odyssey was a success, and that we are already looking forward to 2014 Odyssey! Check out the 2014 Events list below for an overview of this year’s Odyssey events.

Listings include event date(s), time(s), highlights, and contact information.

To view a listing of past Odyssey events, visit our Past Events page.

 

 


2014 Events

Although National AFV Day Odyssey is a biennial event, the NAFTC also supports events hosted in alternating years. The following events continue the Odyssey mission to raise awareness about the use of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles.

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Alabama

  • Pisgah High School, Pisgah


  • Alaska


    Arizona

  • Tucson International Academy

  • Valley of the Sun Clean Cities Coalition – Scottsdale

  • Tucson Regional Clean Cities Coalition, Tucson


  • Arkansas


    California

  • Drive Green Across America

  • San Francisco Clean Cities Coalition

  • Modesto Junior College

  • EV Quorum, San Diego

  • Fresno City College, Automotive Technology Department – Fresno

  • Silicon Valley Clean Cities Coalition

  • Greater Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition, Sacramento

  • Western Riverside County Clean Cities Coalition, Riverside

  • San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition, San Diego

  • East Bay Clean Cities Coalition, Sacramento

  • Clean Cities Coachella Valley Region, Palm Springs

  • Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition

  • Long Beach Clean Cites Coalition

  • AltCar Expo and Conference

  • San Joaquin Valley Clean Cities Coalition


  • Canada

  • Drive Green Across America


  • Colorado

  • Lincoln College of Technology

  • Western Convenience Stores

  • HTUF 2014 National Meeting

  • Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition

  • Northern Colorado Clean Cities, Windsor


  • Connecticut

  • Yale University


  • Delaware

  • Delaware Clean Cities Coalition


  • District of Columbia

  • National Kickoff Event: Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition, Washington, D.C.


  • Europe


    Florida

  • Central Florida Clean Cities Coalition

  • Lively Technical Center, Tallahassee

  • Industrial Biotechnology Academy

  • Seminole State College of Florida, Sanford

  • Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition, Fort Lauderdale


  • Georgia

  • Clean Cities Georgia, Atlanta


  • Hawaii


    Idaho

  • Salmon River High School, Riggins


  • Illinois


    Indiana

  • Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition

  • South Shore Clean Cities Coalition, Hammond

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Lafayette


  • Iowa


    Kansas

  • Washburn Institute of Technology


  • Kentucky

  • Elizabethtown Community & Technical College, Elizabethtown


  • Louisiana

  • Louisiana Clean Fuels, Baton Rouge


  • Maine


    Maryland

  • Dundalk High School, Baltimore


  • Massachusetts

  • Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester


  • Michigan

  • Detroit Area Clean Cities Coalition

  • KTISIS LLC, Sterling Heights

  • Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities


  • Minnesota

  • National Advanced Biofuels Conference and Expo


  • Mississippi


    Missouri

  • Mid-America Alternative Fuel Codes Summit

  • St. Louis Regional Clean Cities, St. Louis


  • Montana


    Nebraska


    Nevada

  • Las Vegas Clean Cities Coalition


  • New Hampshire


    New Jersey

  • New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition / Atlantic County Utilities Authority, Egg Harbor Township


  • New Mexico


    New York

  • Greater Long Island Clean Cities Coalition

  • Genesee Region Clean Communities Inc., Rochester

  • Empire Clean Cities, New York City


  • North Carolina

  • Southeast Alternative Fuels Conference

  • Wilson Community College, Wilson

  • James B. Dudley High School

  • Topsail High School

  • Blue Ridge Community College, Flat Rock


  • North Dakota


    Ohio

  • West High School, Columbus

  • Ohio Technical College, Cleveland

  • Earth Day Coalition

  • University of Northwestern Ohio


  • Oklahoma

  • NGVOK


  • Oregon

  • Rogue Valley Clean Cities Coalition, Medford

  • Portland Community College – Sylvania Campus, Portland


  • Pennsylvania

  • Community College of Philadelphia

  • Indiana County Transit Authority, Indiana

  • Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities


  • Rhode Island


    South Carolina

  • Eau Claire Energy Organization


  • South Dakota


    Tennessee

  • Lincoln College of Technology Nashville, TN

  • East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, Knoxville


  • Texas

  • San Jacinto College District, Central Campus, Pasadena

  • Dallas – Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, Fort Worth

  • Tyler Junior College Automotive Technology Program, Tyler


  • Utah

  • Utah State University Eastern


  • Vermont

  • Vermont Clean Cities Coalition, Burlington


  • Virginia

  • The Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team of Virginia Tech

  • Deep Creek High School, Chesapeake


  • Washington

  • Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition

  • Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchee


  • West Virginia

  • Monongalia County Technical Education Center

  • AmeriGas

  • West Virginia University National Research Center for Coal and Energy

  • WV Division of Energy Clean State Program Governor’s Energy Summit

  • WV Oil & Gas Expo/NAFTC, Morgantown

  • Nicholas County Career and Technical Center, Craigsville

  • East Fairmont High School, Fairmont

  • Wildwood Middle School, Shenandoah Junction

  • University High School, Morgantown

  • South Branch Career & Technical Center, Petersburg


  • Wisconsin

  • American Lung Association in Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities, Mequon

  • Honda Motorwërks, La Crosse


  • Wyoming

  • Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition, Jackson