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2021 NGVAmerica Annual Meeting and Industry Summit Registration Opens

Largest Dedicated Natural Gas in Transportation Conference to be Held October 19-21 in Phoenix

Washington, DC – Online registration for NGV21 – NGVAmerica’s in-person 2021 Annual Meeting and Industry Summit – scheduled for October 19-21, 2021 at The Wigwam Arizona Resort in Greater Phoenix, Arizona is now officially open at

This year’s show – presented by Clean Energy Fuels – will focus on NGV’s achievement of a carbon negative now transportation solution for medium- and heavy-duty fleets. For the first time ever, California fleets fueled with bio-CNG achieved carbon-negativity in their 2020 transportation operations. Ninety-two (92) percent of all on-road fuel used in natural gas vehicles in California last year was renewable natural gas (RNG), and CARB data from Q4 2020 puts the current carbon intensity average of bio-CNG in the state system at -26.11 gCO2e/MJ.

NGVAmerica’s Annual Meeting and Industry Summit is the only dedicated natural gas in transportation alternative fuels conference and show focused on the North American market and hosted and attended by the biggest players in this space.

On-road, off-road and everything in between will be featured, from traditional commercial freight, refuse, and transit applications to growing marine, rail, and construction use.

Who should attend? All natural gas in transportation stakeholders, including industry executives and sustainability officers, finance principals, vehicle and equipment manufacturers and service suppliers, utility and LDC leaders, logistics personnel and fleet managers, government professionals, and market developers, including RNG facility operators.

The three-day conference will include thought-provoking keynotes and informative workshop sessions, recognition of NGV advocates and industry leaders, and an examination of how emerging NGV technologies and new sustainable transport solutions are transforming the energy, transportation, and freight shipping industries.
NGVAmerica’s member-driven committees and Board of Directors will convene during the conference, and the U.S. Department of Energy will hold a Stakeholder Forum to start Thursday’s agenda. Optional afternoon networking events include a golf outing on the iconic Wigwam Red Course on Tuesday and an offsite facilities tour including a stop at the six-municipality 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant – the largest biogas-to-RNG facility of its kind in the United States – on Thursday.

Registration is $649 for NGVAmerica members and $849 for nonmembers. A Clean Cities/Government Rate is available for $499.

To register and for more event details, agendas, links to accommodations, and sponsorship information, log on to