April 25


08:00 am - 10:00 am

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Sustain Dane


Spark Building

821 E Washington Ave Starting Block 3rd Floor Cafe, Madison, WI 53703

Madison, WI, US, 53703

Our April Sustainable Breakfast will feature the City of Madison Fleet Superintendent Mahanth Joishy.

Tuesday, April 25, 8:30AM—9:30AM

We will meet in person at the Spark Building, Starting Block Café (3rd Floor). Doors will open at 8 AM for networking.

Spark Building, Starting Block Café (3rd Floor)

821 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53703


Breakfast & Networking 8:00—8:30AM

Program 8:30—9:30AM

Networking 9:30—10:00AM

Mahanth leads the City of Madison Fleet’s innovative programs to purchase biodiesel, electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid police cars, anti-idling technology, soybean tires, telematics, and more. Mahanth’s passion for alternative modes of transportation is infectious!

The City of Madison fleet is a leader in the field. It houses the largest EV fleet and fleet EV charging station network in Wisconsin and well beyond, and the first-ever EV fire truck to be placed into service in all North America.

Further showcasing the fleet’s commitment to sustainability, its headquarters has three types of clean energy technologies that reduce the facility’s greenhouse gas emissions: rooftop solar that produces electricity, a solar wall that heats the building, and a solar-powered charging station for electric vehicles.

Join us on April 25th for an educational and enjoyable Sustainable Breakfast Series.


Complimentary tickets to all staff of member organizations. Sliding scale/scholarships also available for nonmembers. Please contact to learn more.


Doors to the building open at 8 AM, enter the building through the breezeway / main entrance (it’s on the SE side). Registering here gets you on our guest list, please bring a photo ID for possible front door confirmation with security.


Paid parking is available in the South Livingston Parking Garage attached to the Arts + Literature Lab building. 111 S Livingston St, Madison, WI 53703. Free street parking is generally available nearby.

Bus Routes

The Spark Building is accessible via bus routes 6,15, and 23 at stops 1392 and 1927.

Thank you to our sponsors and supporting members