EUFMC 2022 News

EUFMC Registrations Reach Record Levels

May 1, 2022

Conference planning includes an event app coming your way soon.

It’s not too late to register for the 2022 EUFMC and join a record 150 utility fleet professionals and 330 representatives of manufacturers and service providers who are already planning to attend the conference. Attendees at EUFMC will be able to access an event app that will feature schedules, educational session, speaker and equipment event information, attendee contacts, details on special activities, and much more.


Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise, the educational program at EUFMC 2022, will feature presentations by industry experts, manufacturers and fleet executives. Topics and presenters on the agenda (subject to change) include:

  • Driving Safety Culture – Brian Herman, Tucson Electric Power
  • Electrification Planning – Casey Fallon, SMUD and Brian Schiavone, National Grid
  • Fleet Sustainability Targets – Jessie Lund, CALSTART and Grant Forman, Quanta Services
  • Legal Perspectives – John Radeck, Hood Law Firm
  • Fleet Maintenance Metrics – Les Faul, ComEd and Scott Ditmer, Serco
  • Fleet Specific Charging Infrastructure – Wayne Palmquist, Portland General Electric
  • A Conversation With Mary Barra, CEO and Chair of the Board of Directors of General Motors
  • Replacement Planning – Meighan Read, Duke Energy and John Conaboy, PPL Electric Utility
  • Fleet Regulatory Updates – Pat O’Connor, Kent & O’Connor
  • Fleet Specification Best Practices – Fortunato Gulino, Consolidated Edison and Richard Keller, NiSource
  • What Fleet Managers Need To Know About ANSI Updates – James Christian, Versalift
  • Fleet Maintenance Best Practices – Frank Nogales, Arizona Public Service and Gregg Doeden, PAR Western Line Contractors
  • Telematics Case Studies – Kevin Tovar, Southern California Edison, Terry Gutterman, Xcel Energy and Art Alvarez, San Diego Gas & Electric

A Conversation with Mary Barra

February 2, 2022

Mary Barra, chair and chief executive officer of General Motors, will address EUMC attendees and discuss electric and autonomous vehicles for fleets operating utility equipment. At GM, Barra has been instrumental in the company’s wide ranging efforts to improve safety and lower emissions.

Mary Barra
Mary Barra
GM Chair and CEO

EUFMC General Conference Information

EUFMC is an educational conference attended by representatives of fleets from across the U.S. and Canada that operate, manage and maintain utility equipment. The annual conference is held at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center in Williamsburg, Virginia.


  • Specify, purchase, operate, manage and maintain nearly 160,000 vehicles and 38,000 pieces of equipment. Collectively, they spend almost $3.5 billion on assets annually.
  • Spend over $1.2 billion annually on labor, parts and fuel, and employ more than 4,200 technicians.

The EUFMC General Session is a two-day comprehensive educational program featuring presentations by industry experts, manufacturers and fleets. Fleet representatives and suppliers also participate in roundtable discussions to exchange information and discuss mutual challenges, find solutions and develop best practices.

Representatives from over 100 manufacturers and suppliers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations attend EUFMC. The event includes a drive-through utility equipment demonstration and an equipment show that is the site of more than 60 displays.

EUFMC Participation Information


Utility fleet representatives are invited to call the conference office at (757) 220-1795 or email Ann Brown-Hailey at for registration information.


Due to the desire to provide an equitable ratio of vendors to fleet representatives, manufacturers and service providers attend and exhibit at EUFMC conference by invitation only. Learn More

EUFMC Attendees Say


How do EUFMC educational sessions provide valuable and timely information for you professionally and your fleet operation?

The educational sessions provide me with the opportunity to get a sense of what other managers are dealing with. There’s no sense in reinventing the wheel. They will have solutions that work for them that may work for you. It’s always nice to network with other fleet managers at EUFMC because they can help you with situations that you may encounter down the road.

Peter Michaud
Fleet Manager
NB Power

EUFMC Conference Objective

The objective of the EUFMC, a non-profit association, is to provide educational and technical information pertaining to the design, procurement, application, operation, management and maintenance of utility equipment used by fleets. The conference provides a forum where fleet professionals can exchange information and discuss mutual challenges, find solutions and develop best practices through close cooperation with manufacturers and suppliers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations.