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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

  • Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition / Lawson State Community College, Bessemer


  • Alaska


    Arizona


    Arkansas


    California

  • Breathe California / Silicon Valley Clean Cities Coalition, San Jose

  • Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition, Sacramento

  • San Diego Clean Fuels Coalition, San Diego

  • East Bay Clean Cities Coalition, Berkeley and Richmond

  • Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition, San Simeon


  • Canada


    Colorado

  • Northern Colorado Clean Cities / Aims Community College, Greeley


  • Connecticut


    Delaware


    District of Columbia

  • Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition, Washington, D.C.


  • Europe


    Florida

  • Lively Technical Center, Tallahassee

  • Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition, Fort Lauderdale


  • Georgia

  • Crawford W. Long Middle School, Atlanta

  • Clean Cities Georgia, Atlanta


  • Hawaii


    Idaho

  • Salmon River High School, Riggins


  • Illinois


    Indiana

  • South Shore Clean Cities Coalition, Hammond

  • Ivy Tech Community College, Lafayette


  • Iowa


    Kansas


    Kentucky

  • Elizabethtown Community & Technical College, Elizabethtown


  • Louisiana

  • Louisiana Clean Fuels, Baton Rouge


  • Maine


    Maryland


    Massachusetts

  • Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester


  • Michigan


    Minnesota


    Mississippi


    Missouri

  • St. Louis Regional Clean Cities, St. Louis


  • Montana


    Nebraska


    Nevada


    New Hampshire


    New Jersey


    New Mexico

  • Taft Middle School, Albuquerque


  • New York

  • Empire Clean Cities, New York City


  • North Carolina

  • Wilson Community College, Wilson


  • North Dakota


    Ohio

  • Ohio Technical College, Cleveland


  • Oklahoma


    Oregon

  • Portland Community College – Sylvania Campus, Portland


  • Pennsylvania

  • Indiana County Transit Authority, Indiana

  • Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Oakdale


  • Rhode Island


    South Carolina


    South Dakota


    Tennessee

  • East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, Knoxville


  • Texas

  • Dallas – Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, Fort Worth

  • Tyler Junior College Automotive Technology Program, Tyler


  • Utah

  • Utah State University – College of Eastern Utah, Price


  • Vermont

  • Vermont Clean Cities Coalition, Burlington


  • Virginia

  • Deep Creek High School, Chesapeake


  • Washington


    West Virginia

  • East Fairmont High School, Fairmont

  • Wildwood Middle School, Shenandoah Junction

  • Musselman High School, Inwood

  • University High School, Morgantown

  • South Branch Career & Technical Center, Petersburg

  • West Virginia University/NAFTC, Morgantown


  • Wisconsin

  • American Lung Association in Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Clean Cities, Oak Creek

  • Honda Motorwërks, La Crosse


  • Wyoming

  • Yellowstone-Teton Clean Energy Coalition, Jackson