The 2023 EUFMC app-- your guide to conference schedules, details, announcements, and a host of information-- will be available to registered attendees.
The 2023 EUFMC will feature Brian L. Wolff, Chief Strategy Officer & Executive Vice President, Public Policy and External Affairs at Edison Electric Institute (EEI) as its Keynote Speaker. Brian will present a strategic view of the grid, utilities, and upcoming changes and challenges. EEI’s goals and how fleets fit into that picture will also be covered.
The EUFMC educational program on Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise will include presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers, and industry experts.
EUFMC signature events also include Roundtables where fleet representatives and suppliers exchange information, discuss mutual challenges and find solutions.
The Iron Cowboy, James Lawrence, will be bringing his story of mental toughness and physical endurance, and his inspiring message about redefining your goals and achieving great success to EUFMC as the conference dinner speaker. Known for the signature cowboy hat he wears while running races, Lawrence is an ultra-endurance athlete who has pushed himself beyond what many doctors previously believed to be physiologically possible.
Lawrence will also lead the annual Guided Run and Guided Walk for EUFMC Attendees and Spouses through the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area.
Fleet representatives at EUFMC will receive a complimentary copy of Lawrence’s book - Iron Cowboy Redefine Impossible - courtesy of Leadership Sponsor International.
The first Women in Utility Fleet gathering at EUFMC will be held in response to attendee requests for a networking opportunity for women fleet professionals attending the conference. Scheduled for Tuesday, June 6, 2023 from 7 to 7:45 am, the Women in Utility Fleet breakfast will take place prior to the opening of the conference General Session. Following welcoming remarks by Julie Gomez, EUFMC Director and T&D Supervisor, Fleet Services at Tucson Electric Power, attendees will be encouraged to provide feedback about EUFMC and suggestions on how to expand the program at future meetings.
Fleet professionals from electric utilities, electrical contractors, utility co-ops, tree care operations, municipalities, and telecoms, as well as representatives from manufacturers and providers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations can now register for the 2023 EUFMC. Registration information has been sent out by email for the invitation only event.
With attendance rising nearly 10% annually, EUFMC continues to be a favorite among fleets from across North America. In 2022, 157 fleet representatives from companies operating utility equipment, including 70 first-time attendees, were at the event. Also at the conference were representatives from 87 manufacturers and providers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations.
With a focus on finding solutions to fleet management challenges, a range of topics are being planned for the 2023 EUFMC educational program -- Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise. Featuring presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers and industry experts, the EUFMC General Session will include sessions on preparing for the transition to ZEVs and building charging infrastructures. Other current and traditional subjects on the educational agenda will include best practices for Safety and Compliance, Fleet Management, Fleet Maintenance, and new technologies.
EUFMC, continuing to extend membership to all types of companies that operate utility equipment, is now inviting fleet managers from electric utilities, electrical contractors, utility co-ops, tree care operations, municipalities, and beginning this coming year, telecom fleets.
Also at the annual conference are representatives from manufacturers and providers of vehicles, equipment, products and services for utility fleet operations.
“In 2023, on the 70th anniversary of the first conference, we will be providing the same unparalleled level of educational value and networking that have been traditions of EUFMC since it was founded,” said EUFMC President Dave Meisel, sr. vice president – fleet at Quanta Services, Inc. “There is no better way to celebrate EUFMC’s 70 years of success than by continuing to serve as the industry’s leading forum for fleet professionals and suppliers.”
Our History provides a look back at the conference’s seven decade tradition of serving utility fleets.
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.
FLEETS ATTENDING EUFMC:
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 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.
Utility fleet representatives are invited to call the conference office at (757) 220-1795 or email Ann Brown-Hailey at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 is an amazing conference, in part because the attendees really brought a fantastic collaborative energy. I have been involved in large conferences, and this was the best organized and structured
industry event that I have attended.
Corporate Safety Director
Tucson Electric Power
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.