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John Addison is the author of the new book Save Gas, Save the Planet. Millions are spending less on gasoline, helping our country become energy secure, and reducing emissions. Every day, more people are riding clean, riding less, and riding together. The book details the new clean vehicles that are becoming available and affordable including electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids, hydrogen vehicles, turbodiesels, and new cars with great mileage. See how the best employers promote flexible work and commute programs. Learn how families and friends are taking new approaches to sharing gas misers, gaining free time in the process.
John Addison publishes the Clean Fleet Report which contains over 100 original articles and reports about new vehicles, new fuels, and how major fleets are leading in the implementation of new technology, Car 2.0, and multi-modal transportation.
John Addison is a popular speaker who has conducted over 1,000 workshops in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. His speeches have been hosted at conferences including the Renewable Energy Finance & Investment Summit, Fuel Cell 2008, the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals, the American Society of Training and Development, and Earth Day at the San Jose Museum of Science.
For five years, John Addison has focused on writing and speaking about clean transportation and clean technology. Previously, he provided consulting and workshops for information technology leaders. His workshops have been sponsored in 20 countries by corporations including General Electric, IBM, Sun Microsystems, and industry conferences. Prior to being a writer and workshop leader, John Addison was in management at Sun Microsystems. He has a B.S. in Economics from the University
of California at Irvine, where he graduated with honors and published research.
John and his wife Marcia live in San Francisco where they enjoy local walks, bicycle rides, and take renewably powered transit into the heart of this vibrant city. In addition to reducing their use of cars and air travel, they live carbon neutral by offsetting all their greenhouse gas emissions.