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Complying with the EPAct 2005 Section 701 Requirement to Use Alternative Fuel in Dual-Fuel Vehicles

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15 minutes

The Federal Energy Management Program presents this eTraining course to help participants comply with the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 2005 Section 701 requirement to use alternative fuel in dual-fuel vehicles. Participants will learn about the requirements of Section 701, how to identify dual-fuel vehicles, and how to locate alternative fuel stations. The course is intended for anyone with access to a Federal fleet vehicle, including drivers and fleet managers. This includes Federal personnel and contractors who may not have an assigned vehicle, or who may operate a vehicle as a minor portion of their responsibilities. Upon completion, participants will understand how using alternative fuel in their dual-fuel vehicles can help their fleets reduce petroleum consumption.

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For questions or more information, contact Mark Reichhardt at mark.reichhardt@ee.doe.gov or Navid Ahdieh at navid.ahdieh@nrel.gov .

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