Han T. Dinh
He was the winner of the 2006 White House, Closing the Circle Award in Transportation from President George W. Bush. In 2006, he was selected by Public Works magazine as one of the 50 Trendsetters of the Year.
From 1988 to 2006, he worked with the US Department of Energy and natural gas industry to convert more than 7,500 vehicles from the United States Postal Service to compressed natural gas, the largest natural gas vehicle fleet in the United States.
Based on his work in alternative fuels, he was selected among the hundreds of participants as the first winner of the 2006 White House, Closing the Circle Award in Transportation.
In the same year, he was selected by the Public Works magazine as one of the 50 Trendsetters of the year. President George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore were also selected as the other trendsetters.
- The 1993 Federal Energy Efficiency, Renewables and Water Conservation Award from US Department of Energy.
- The 1995 Closing the Circle Certificate of Achievement for Environmental Excellence in Government
- The 1996 General Service Administration Award for the Use of Alternative Fuels and Energy Conservation
- The 2006 White House, Closing the Circle Award on Alternative Fuels and Transportation