Acquiring Low Greenhouse Gas-Emitting Vehicles for Federal Fleets: Meeting EISA Section 141 Requirements
On Demand Training
The Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Energy Management Program, and General Services Administration present this webinar, intended for Federal fleet managers at all levels, on successfully acquiring low greenhouse gas-emitting vehicles for Federal fleets to meet the requirements of Section 141 of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA Section 141). Participants will learn about the requirements of EISA Section 141, the corresponding EPA Guidance and tools, and how to determine which vehicles qualify as low greenhouse gas-emitting vehicles. They will understand how to properly report vehicle acquisitions in the Federal Automotive Statistical Tool (FAST). Participants will also learn about low greenhouse gas-emitting vehicles available for Federal fleets to lease or purchase through GSA.
Presenters and Agenda
- Kristin Kenausis and Susan Burke (EPA) will discuss the EISA Section 141 requirements, guidance, and online resources
- Ron Stewart (Idaho National Laboratory) will explain proper reporting of vehicle acquisitions in FAST
- Sean Seymour (GSA) will discuss how GSA provides low GHG-emitting vehicles for agencies to acquire
- Mark Reichhardt (DOE) will moderate questions & answers between participants and presenters
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