Clean Cities Updates

Complete the Clean Cities Annual Survey

The Alamo Area Clean Cities Coalition and AACOG are performing a survey of fleets using alternative fuel vehicles and other fuel economy measures in the San Antonio area. We are requesting your assistance in completing the survey for vehicles and equipment that are owned and operated by your organization. 

Please email Lily Lowder to receive a survey form. 

We would appreciate a response by February 16, 2018.


Alternative Fueling Facilities Application due March 29! 

The Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP) grants offset a portion of the cost of either the construction of new facilities dispensing natural gas and/or alternative fuels, or the expansion of existing facilities to provide new services or capabilities. The AFFP covers up to 50% of the total eligible project costs. 

The deadline to submit an application is March 29, 2018. 

Eligible fuels for the AFFP include:

  • compressed natural gas (CNG)
  • liquefied natural gas (LNG)
  • biodiesel
  • hydrogen
  • methanol
  • propane (LPG)
  • electricity
For more information, contact Camen Gupta (TCEQ). 

Tesla EVSE Incentive Program

In preparation for the deployment of their Model 3 vehicles, Tesla is subsidizing installation costs and providing free Tesla charging stations (and some universal charging stations) to certain workplaces and other sites. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality's AFFP grant may be used to cover the other portion of installation costs. 

With the Tesla subsidy and AFFP grant funding, the total project cost may be free of charge. Host sites will still have to pay the associated electricity and maintenance fees. 

For more information on the AFFP grant, contact Camen Gupta (TCEQ). 

For more information on the Tesla incentive program or to apply as a host site, contact Lily Lowder


Webinar & Event: Clean Freight Solutions on Feb. 13

DFW Clean Cities has partnered with the North Central Texas COG Regional Freight Advisory Committee to present different "green fleet" strategies from leaders in the freight distribution sector. Presentations will include information on the Port of Houston's clean technologies, idling reduction technology, Mobility 2045 update, and funding opportunities.

The webinar and event is on February 13, 2018 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM. 

Register to view the free webinar or attend the in-person luncheon. 

For more information:

Lily Lowder
Alamo Area Clean Cities Coordinator
Phone: (210) 362-5277
Fax: (866) 332-3252 C/O Lily Lowder

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