Ken Koyama will lecture about the need for alternative fuels in transportation at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 13, at Pacific Union College. Koyama is program manager for the California Energy Commission's alternative fuel vehicle demonstrations and infrastructure development program. He has general responsibility over methanol, natural gas, and electric vehicle programs and their infrastructure. The California Energy Commission oversees the largest and most diverse fleet of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure networks in the country.
Koyama's lecture is part of Pacific Union College's Joint Sciences Seminar and is the second of a series of seminars on alternative energy vehicles