2016 Annual Clean Air Golf Outing

June 16, 2016
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM CST
Registration & Driving Range Open: 10:00 AM
Lunch: 11:00 AM | Shot-Gun Start: 12:00 PM

The Clean Air Golf Outing provides an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors at the beautiful Hawks View Golf Club and to network with professionals throughout Wisconsin and other states. The funds raised through the event will help Wisconsin Clean Cities create a brighter future for Wisconsin by helping municipal and industry leaders incorporate green technology and alternative fuel in their operations. The 2nd Annual Clean Air Golf Outing is sponsored by AmeriGas, KwikTrip, and Ozinga! If you are interested in reserving a room Wednesday night for the golf outing we have rooms blocked at the Lake Geneva Comfort Suites for $99+taxes. Price includes a hot breakfast! All reservations must be made by June 6th to receive the discounted rate! Call 262-248-2300 to reserve!
 

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International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

June 20, 2016
June 20-23, 2016
Wisconsin Center, 400 W Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53203
Now in its 32nd year, the FEW provides the global ethanol industry with cutting-edge content and unparalleled networking opportunities in a dynamic business-to-business environment. The FEW is the largest, longest running ethanol conference in the world—and the only event powered by Ethanol Producer Magazine.

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Level 3: Heavy-Duty NGV Maintenance and Diagnostics Training

September 27, 2016
September 27-28, 2016
$1,695 (Early) | $1,825
Chicago, IL
The number one challenge facing heavy-duty NGV technicians is how to distinguish between a fuel quality problem, a fuel system problem or an engine problem. This course is the only training available that treats these three elements as a system and helps technicians understand how they are interrelated.

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Level 3: Heavy-Duty NGV Maintenance and Diagnostics Training + CNG Fuel System Inspector Training

September 27, 2016
September 27-30, 2016
$2,145 (Early) | $2,305
Chicago, IL
The number one challenge facing heavy-duty NGV technicians is how to distinguish between a fuel quality problem, a fuel system problem or an engine problem. This course is the only training available that treats these three elements as a system and helps technicians understand how they are interrelated.

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