2011 Biodiesel Conference & Expo heads west to Phoenix
"We are very proud to host the National Biodiesel Conference in the Dallas-Fort Worth area," said Mindy Mize, a Clean Cities co-coordinator for DFW. Clean Cities is a U.S. DOE program targeted at petroleum reduction through the use of alternative fuels. "We are home to a biodiesel plant and many biodiesel users, including the cities of Dallas, Irving and Fort Worth, as well as Denton Public Schools and more," Mize said. "All of them have a great story to tell and help make our area a national leader in biodiesel."
In 2011, the role of conference host will be passed a few states west to Arizona.
The four-day event will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center and Venues, from Feb. 6 to 9. The Wyndham Phoenix and Hyatt Regency Phoenix will provide easy access to the conference and local activities.
Located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, widely considered the most ecologically diverse desert in the world, Phoenix averages more than 310 sunny days per year. With more than 200 golf courses, a wide array of cultural attractions and countless opportunities for recreation, Phoenix offers a great destination city for conference goers. We hope to see you there next year.