From Green Right Now Reports
The Washington Auto Show, which event officials say houses more green cars than any major U.S. auto show, will redouble its efforts in 2010 with a 65,000-square foot display known as the “Advanced Technology SuperHighway” to showcase new technologies.
“We are, literally, putting innovation front and center,” Charles Stringfellow, CEO of Brown’s Automotive and chairman of the 2010 Washington Auto Show, said in a statement. “The concept of the SuperHighway is to provide a central meeting place for policy makers, industry officials, consumers and the media to survey the tremendous advances in the industry.”
The Advanced Technology SuperHighway will be sectioned by advancements in electric, diesel, natural gas, advanced petroleum, biofuels, ethanol, hydrogen and safety technologies. The event organizers said the special exhibit is produced in coordination with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy and Department of Transportation.
The theme of this year’s show is “Change Happens Here.” The Washington Auto Show will run from Jan. 27-31, at The Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
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