ACT Expo 2023 has officially started in Anaheim yesterday, May 1, and will last until May 4 at the brand-new location in Anaheim, California. As stated by the organizers, ACT Expo has experienced “unprecedented year-over-year growth with more than 11,000 attendees anticipated to participate” in its 2023 event (compared to 8,500 in 2022 and 5,200 in 2021).

Also, due to the growing exhibitors and attendees, next year the exhibition will move to Las Vegas Convention Center, in Nevada (from May 20 to 23, 2024). In 2025 (from April 28 to May 1) the exhibition will come back to Anaheim, just like this year.

ACT Expo, what will happen after 2023

“The commercial transportation sector is experiencing incredible investment and momentum in the development and deployment of advanced vehicle technologies and clean fuels due to increased federal and state incentive opportunities, tightening vehicle emission regulations, desire to reduce operating costs, and increased prioritization of corporate sustainability goals,” said Erik Neandross, chief executive officer of GNA, the clean transportation and energy consulting firm that organizes ACT Expo.

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“In order to serve the rapidly growing market and fleet demand for sustainable transportation solutions, we’ve secured even larger venues to host our 2024 and 2025 ACT Expo events. Compared to our 2023 event, we have been able to secure twice as much exhibit space in Las Vegas in 2024 and again when we return to Anaheim when we will have the entire convention center in 2025; and both venues provide almost unlimited hotel room inventory in order to easily house the attendee growth we expect to continue to see in the years ahead”, he added.

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