ALEXANDRIA, Va. - With approximately 120,000 convenience and fuel retailers selling approximately 80% of the gasoline consumed each year in the United States, defining how consumers plan on powering their vehicles in 10, 20 or 30 years is a lucrative debate.
Liquid fuels (gasoline, diesel and biofuels) will dominate the motor fuels market for the next 20 years. But despite the fuel category€™s importance and strength, national objectives and policies designed to reduce U.S. reliance on foreign oil, to promote renewable fuels, to increase fuel efficiency and to transition to non-petroleum-based energy sources continue to put pressure on this important category.
Throughout the summer months, NACS Show Virtual has brought viewers a five of a six-part series that examines the future of fuels €" brought to you by industry experts from NACS, OPIS and PMAA €" on topics such as the alternative fuels marketplace, hydrogen fuel cell technology, electric vehicles and government regulations.
The final installment of this dynamic discussion is now live and ready for viewing. Watch part six today at NACS Show Virtual and share the video with your entire team.
NACS encourages you to check nacsshowvirtual.com frequently as new products and educational content will be added in the coming months.