The U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program supports local actions to cut petroleum use in transportation through nearly 100 local coalitions around the country, some of which are housed in regional councils. The program maintains a variety of unbiased, informational resources and interactive, data-driven online tools that fleets and consumers can use to learn about ways to lower emissions, save money, and use less petroleum. This set of tools allows users to calculate a fleet’s footprint, including economics, greenhouse gas emissions, and petroleum use; compare alternative fuel vehicles and technologies; locate alternative fueling stations; identify relevant incentives and laws; find case studies on how public and private fleets are using alternative fuels; identify and track trends in alternative fuel deployment; get answers to technical questions; and much more. Join us to learn about Clean Cities and its initiatives, take an in-depth look at some of these tools, and hear how your organization and your stakeholders can benefit from using them.
- Mark Smith, Vehicle Technologies Deployment Manager, U.S. Department of Energy
- Alexis Schayowitz, Manager, ICF International