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ACT Virtual Welcomes Volvo Trucks North America’s President Peter Voorhoeve as Keynote Speaker for Event Launch


Fleet operators can use code LIGHTS75
for a complimentary ticket.*

ACT Virtual is an online education series that will spotlight the latest vehicle technology and fueling infrastructure innovations that can help fleets achieve their economic and environmental sustainability goals. Attendees can tune into up to 19 days of unique programming from August through November, presented through 5 different educational “modules.”

Sign up for the ACT Virtual’s “Main Stage – Module 1” ticket to hear Peter Voorhoeve’s August 18 keynote.


*The LIGHTS75 registration code provides a $75 discount for all tickets, which enables fleet operators to participate in one ACT Virtual “module” for free.


As shifting global demands continue to shape the future of transportation to accommodate a growing population, increased urbanization, and a worldwide focus on emission reduction, the transportation industry must evolve to factor in the critical importance of sustainability.

To learn about the trends, policies, and technologies driving this shift towards a cleaner future, join the organizers of North America’s largest advanced transportation event—ACT Expo—for the launch of ACT Virtual on Tuesday, August 18, and hear from keynote speaker Peter Voorhoeve, president of Volvo Trucks North America. Voorhoeve will provide insight into how one of the world’s largest truck manufacturers is driving global transportation electrification and increasing uptime and safety through connected technologies.

“Volvo Trucks is making major investments around the globe to support cities and our customers in developing a safer and more sustainable transportation sector,” said Peter Voorhoeve, president of Volvo Trucks North America. “ACT Virtual provides a great opportunity for our team to digitally connect with these stakeholders to help them navigate the evolving transportation ecosystem and source the latest advanced vehicle technologies.”

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