NAFTC Updates

Looks Like a Busy Autumn

Looks Like a Busy Autumn

Summer is traditionally the busiest travel season. But for the NAFTC crew, the road trip never lets up, and later this fall we have a couple destinations where we hope to see you. Read on for all the details. California Dreaming Our first stop on the autumn road trip is …

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Onward

Onward

Isn’t it amazing what can happen in 12 months? About a year ago, the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) had just said goodbye to two long-time employees. In May 2017, Assistant Director Judy Moore relocated to a new job in Nicholas County, West Virginia, where she was born and …

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NAFTC Adds Newly-Designed Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer to Upcoming Trainings

NAFTC Adds Newly-Designed Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer to Upcoming Trainings

To understand how to repair a vehicle, you need to see how it works. In December of 2017, the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) received a training tool to assist in the education of automotive technicians on maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing propane autogas vehicles. The Bi-Fuel Engine Performance Trainer …

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Training Resource Gets a One-of-a-Kind Makeover

Training Resource Gets a One-of-a-Kind Makeover

The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium and ICOM North America, a leader in propane autogas conversion systems have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind vehicle and an investment for future NAFTC students. This summer, ICOM converted the NAFTC Hybrid Electric Vehicle Training Educator to run on propane autogas in addition …

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The NAFTC Bids Farewell to Two Longtime Leaders

The NAFTC Bids Farewell to Two Longtime Leaders

At the National Odyssey kickoff event last month, Judy Moore and Bill Davis made an announcement. Both Judy and Bill are leaving the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium in the next couple of months.
Judy has accepted a position with West Virginia Hive, in order to be closer to her hometown. She will mentor and work with new and emerging businesses in WV.
Bill will retire at the beginning of June, but plans to continue to play a roll in the industry through consulting and other activities.

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