2023 Summit Agenda
All sessions open to all NGVAmerica conference participants unless otherwise noted.
Agenda subject to change.
NGV23 is the only dedicated natural gas in transportation alternative fuels conference and show focused on the North American market. On-road, off-road and everything in between will be featured, from traditional freight, refuse, and transit applications to growing marine, rail, and construction use.
Monday, October 23rd
NGVAmerica Technology & Development NGVAmerica Committee Meetings
On-site Golf Outing/Networking
NGV23 Welcome Reception
Tuesday, October 24th
Fleet Forum Program Sessions
15L on display + networking with entire NGV industry value chain and channel partner experts
NGVAmerica Board Meeting/Networking
Annual NGV Awards & Industry Networking Reception
Wednesday, October 25th
Join us for an afternoon golf outing on the Wigwam’s most popular 18 holes. Built in 1972, the iconic Red Course is a traditional layout lined with pine and eucalyptus trees. Its wide fairways lead to generous-sized greens while streams and ponds meander throughout the course bringing water into play on ten holes. The course’s closing stretch of Holes 15, 16, 17 and 18 just may be the toughest final four holes in the Phoenix area. Designed by Arizona Golf Hall of Fame member and golf course architect Robert “Red” Lawrence (nicknamed the “Desert Fox”), this par 72 – 6,852-yard course is the perfect setting for this year’s industry scramble under the warm West Valley desert sun.
Per person registration charge includes greens and cart fee, box lunch, and drink tickets. Club rentals are available for an added fee. Full foursome and individual registrations welcome.
RNG Production & NGV Refueling Facilities Tour
Join fellow NGV stakeholders on an afternoon tour of noteworthy industry facilities in Greater Phoenix’s West Valley. This small registration fee includes transportation, with pick up and drop off at the Wigwam conference center.
91st Avenue WWTP
Designed, financed, built, owned, operated, and maintained (DFBOOM) by Ameresco, the RNG plant located at the 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is the largest biogas-to-RNG facility of its kind in the United States. Owned by the sub-regional operating group member cities of Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa, Scottdale, and Tempe and operated by the City of Phoenix, the WWTP is capable of processing raw biogas at a rate of 3,250 scfm. Roughly 693,500 dth of RNG is produced annually by the RNG plant, roughly one acre in size; the gas is connected to a nearby interstate pipeline via a 3-mile RNG pipeline.
Waste Management’s Goodyear White Tank Hauling and Transfer Station features time fill and fast fill refueling dispensers as well as a multi-bay maintenance facility with complete CNG vehicle servicing capabilities.
Interested in Being a Presenter at our 2023 Event?
If your expertise and experiences can help our attendees, please fill in the form below and let us know what topics you’d like to talk about.