Viable and Visible, Vehicles Supplement Alternative-Fuels Workshop
Faculty & Staff
Diesel Truck, Heavy Equipment & Power Generation
School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies News
Penn College was among the sponsors of the Alternative Fuels, Vehicles and Technology Workshop held Wednesday in the Thompson Professional Development Center. The Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation and the state Department of Energy organized the event, which featured panel discussions and presentations on "homegrown, environmentally friendly alternatives" to gasoline and diesel fuel. Welcoming remarks were offered by Brett A. Reasner, the college's assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, and automotive professor Ronald A. Garner, and a number of faculty and staff attended the program: David C. Johnson and William P. Kilcoyne Jr., diesel equipment technology instructors; Larry B. Leavitt and David P. Showan, associate professors of automotive; and Robert C. Karschner Jr., master mechanic for General Services' motorpool. The event, spearheaded by EP-ACT Executive Director Tony Bandiero, also included a vehicle display near the Parkes Automotive Technology Center.