LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Learn all about the future of energy at Ivy Tech's Alternative Fuels and Renewable Energies Expo.
Ivy Tech faculty will be on hand to talk about the college's various degree programs in sustainable energy and bio-fuel science. Representatives from energy and automotive companies will also be available to answer questions.
Ferrellgas Propane, Cleancar Conversion and CNG Fuel Inc. are just some of the companies that will be included. Plug in Supply Inc. and E-V Conservation Vehicles will provide a Toyota Prius Plug in Hybrid. Battery electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt will also be on display.
Dean of the College of Technology Susan Ely said Ivy Tech has been partners with Indiana's Clean Cities Coalition for several years.
"They are part of a national Clean Cities Coalition that focuses on consumer education and partnerships between automotive industries, alternative vehicles and regional communities and how they can better implement those technologies to provide a cleaner, safer environment," said Ely.
The energy expo is Friday, October 11 at the Kohl's Community Court in the Tippecanoe Mall.
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