Get Your Pressing Questions Answered at the Future of Automotive Fuel Technology Panel at SEMA

By Kenny Wright

What will auto fuel and power sources look like in the future? How soon will these changes happen? MargaretWhat are the challenges faced when developing and distributing alternative fuel? Learn the answers to these and many more topics at the SEMA Show's all-new Future of Automotive Fuel Technology panel in the North Hall, Room N258, Thursday, November 2, 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. PDTRegister here.

Engage with global industry leaders and subject-matter experts as they reveal details on the application, benefits and integration of alternative fuels, plus the practical and scalable solutions that can fast-track the decarbonization process through these technologies.

The moderator for this event will be Margaret Hoover, political commentator, strategist, and host of PBS' Firing Line with Margaret Hoover. Featured panelists will include:

  • Michael Boe-BorgWarner: vice president and general manager global aftermarket, BorgWarner Emission, Thermal and Turbo Systems.
  • Tuomo Isokivijxrvi: CEO at StepOne Tech Ltd. and co-founder of eFlexFuel.
  • Zachary Santner: manager of product engineering and fuels for Sunoco Performance Products.
  • Indresh Mathur, PhD: director of innovations and customer solutions for Monument Renewables.
  • James Williamson: executive regional business manager for emissions systems at AVL.
  • Elaina Farnsworth: speaker, author and agent for Change in Electrification and 21st Century Infrastructure and CEO of SkillFusion. 

This group of experts will discuss alternative fuels and their manufacturing processes; the application of alternative fuels in the automotive industry; emerging technologies and decarbonization targets; and the infrastructure and policies needed for mass adaptation. 


Learn about the challenges--and solutions!--behind developing, practicing and scaling a renewable alternative fuel. The first-ever Future of Automotive Fuel Technology panel will be an enlightening and thought-provoking event, so register now and don't miss out on this opportunity to glimpse the future of automotive fuel technology.

The Future of Automotive Fuel Technology Event Info:

Thursday, November 2, 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. PDT

North Hall–N258

Register here.