As the Commonwealth of Virginia seeks to replace its state-owned vehicles with ones powered by cleaner, cheaper domestically available fuel, opportunities could be significant for a wide range of businesses throughout the Commonwealth. What preparation will best position you to respond to this opportunity?
Please join Williams Mullen and Virginia Clean Cities for a lunch program where we will discuss:
What you need to know about the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (PPEA)
Charles E. Wall, Partner & Chair, Williams Mullen's Public-Private Partnership Team
The importance of effective advocacy and relationships building
Kenneth G. Hutcheson, Director of Government Affairs, Williams Mullen
Patrick A. Cushing, Government Affairs Consultant, Williams Mullen
Tools and partnerships for a complete proposal
Alleyn Harned, Director of Business Development, Virginia Clean Cities
Who should attend?
Industry leaders in vehicle manufacturing and alternative fuel infrastructure, suppliers and distributors of alternative fuels, local and state government fleet managers, and other alternative fuel expert partners
Click here to view the full PPEA Request for Proposal
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Noon – 1:30 PM
Complimentary lunch provided
Williams Mullen Center
200 South 10th Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Click on the REGISTER button above to sign up for this event.
Please register by Friday, September 9, 2011.
Contact: Brianna Bloom, 804.420.6310,