Where: Nashville Public Library (615 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219)
When: October 20-21, 2021
Each year, STF&E features an alternative fuel vehicle and equipment showcase as well as a luncheon that honors winners of the Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Awards (TSTAs). A networking reception will also be held on the evening of October 20. In 2021, STF&E organizers are also partnering with Drive Electric Tennessee to bring transportation electrification topics to the forum agenda and to host a one-day electric vehicle stakeholder event the day before STF&E on October 19. More details about this pre-STF&E event will be made available shortly.
An advanced conference registration rate of $50 will be available until October 4. For attendees that require overnight accommodations, hotel blocks are available at the Courtyard Nashville Downtown (call 615-256-0900 with code STFE2021) and Home2 Suites by Hilton Nashville (call 615-254-2170 with code TDE). These discounted rates will expire when the group blocks sell out, so be sure to book accommodations early.
How much does registration cost for the 2021 STF&E?
An advanced conference registration rate of $50 will be available until October 4, at which point registration will increase to $65 per person. Day-of registration will cost $75 per person.
Students, however, may register for the event at a discounted rate of $10 and must present their student IDs at the time of event sign-in.
Discounted registration is available to speakers, poster presenters, TSTA winners, and event sponsors. Please contact TDEC.OEP@tn.gov with any questions about registration costs.
I can’t pay by credit card—how can I reserve my tickets?
In addition to registering through the Eventbrite page, STF&E organizers can also accept payment by check. Just send payment with a note detailing how many tickets you’d like—as well as the names and contact information for the people attending—to the ETCleanFuels Knoxville office:
East Tennessee Clean Fuels
311 Conference Center Bldg.
Knoxville, TN 37996-4134
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Nashville Public Library (615 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219) is also within easy walking distance of several downtown hotels. More information on STF&E conference hotel rates will be available soon.
The Nashville Public Library is also located next to several bus stops with Nashville’s downtown transit bus service, WeGo. We advise you use the WeGo Trip Planner to identify transit routes for your STF&E travels.
Next, Nashville BCycle will be returning this summer after closures in 2020. BCycle is Nashville’s downtown bikeshare program, and in 2021, they will be launching an all-new electric bike fleet for rent downtown. Go to https://nashville.bcycle.com/ for more information.
Finally, there is a Special Event Parking rate of $15 per day in the Library Garage at 151 6th Ave N., Nashville (enter Library Garage on 6th or 7th Ave. S, between Church St. and Commerce St.).
I’m traveling from out of town. Where can I stay while I’m attending the event?
For attendees that require overnight accommodations, hotel blocks are available at the Courtyard Nashville Downtown (call 615-256-0900 with code STFE2021) and Home2 Suites by Hilton Nashville (call 615-254-2170 with code TDE). These discounted rates will expire when the group blocks sell out, so be sure to book accommodations early.
I have other STF&E questions. Who can I contact?
Please contact STF&E organizers at TDEC.OEP@tn.gov or 615-812-1779.
You can also visit the event’s official website at www.sustainabletransportationforum.com for more information.