Green fleet expo (GFX)

Green Fleet Expo (GFX) is an annual event co-hosted by The City of Toronto, City of Hamilton and Fleet Challenge. The 2010 conference on June 9-10 was the fifth consecutive event.

The City of Toronto was this year's host with the expo location at Centennial College, Ashtonbee Campus. Sponsors included Centennial College, Automotive Resources International (ARI), Enbridge Gas Distribution and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.


Speakers included:

  • Bruce McCuaig, Deputy Minister of Transportation

  • Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

  • Neil Sentance, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ontario Public Service Green Office

  • Nancy Homeister, Ford Motor Company of Canada

  • Tom Odell, P. Eng, General Motors of Canada Ltd.

  • Todd E. Fowler, Honda Canada Inc.

  • Tomoki Yanagawa, Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada, Inc.

  • Jeff Campbell, Cummins Westport

  • Dave Clark, Hino Motors Canada, Ltd.

  • Adam Whitney, Cummins Distributor

  • Randy Fleming, Volvo Trucks Canada

  • Robert Golin, Eaton Corporation

  • Jack Rosebro, Perfect Sky, Inc.


In conjunction with GFXv, Fleet Challenge (FC) hosted a breakfast forum on June 10th Green Fleet 401 "The Masters Series" - Future Directions for Sustainable Automotive Transportation. In attendance were those who have a current or anticipated connection to the transportation and vehicle industry wanting to learn about general developments in transportation planning, emerging vehicle technologies, and considerations for adoption.


  • Roger Smith, Executive Director, FC

  • Melissa Felder, Director Program Development, FC

  • Richard Gilbert, Author and Transportation Consultant to the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

  • Antoine Belaieff, Toronto City Director of Clinton Climate Initiative.

  • John German, Senior Fellow for the International Council for Clean Transportation

  • Matt Crossley, General Motors of Canada - Director of Engineering

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