The Interagency Committee on Alternative Fuels and Low Emission Vehicles (INTERFUEL) working group was established in 1991 to help federal agencies share fleet management best practices. INTERFUEL focuses on the addition of alternative fuel vehicles into federal fleets as well as other vehicle technologies, online fleet tools, and management case studies.
INTERFUEL serves as a forum where federal agencies analyze and resolve issues, coordinate implementation, review reporting requirements, and discuss policies and programs affecting federal fleets. The INTERFUEL committee plays a central role in implementing legislation, executive orders, and new policies designed to improve federal fleet management.
INTERFUEL meetings provide education on new vehicle technologies, fuel infrastructure, and vehicle deployment plans. Participants share current fleet issues and identify solutions in cooperation with other members. The meeting format includes presentations on a specific point of focus for the month, updates from the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) addressing changing fleet requirements, and networking time for fleet managers to share fleet management experiences. Program and policy discussion follows after industry presenters leave.
Meetings are scheduled for the second Wednesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in Washington, D.C., and include a conference line and webinar. For upcoming agendas and archived minutes and presentations, visit https://openpoint.nrel.gov/sites/interfuel/.