What is Clean Cities?
Clean Cities is a government-industry partnership designed to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector.
The Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition encompasses fleets in Sacramento, Placer, Butte, El Dorado, Yolo, Solano, Yuba and Sutter Counties. We seek to develop cooperative joint ventures which will help businesses and member agencies meet the goals of Clean Cities in a cost-effective manner.
Northern California Clean Cities Funding Workshop
The Clubhouse at Paradise Valley | Fairfield, CA
July 9th, 2015 | 8:30am - 2:30pm
This workshop is co-organized by the Sacramento and East Bay Clean Cities Coaltions. Participants will hear seminars for various programs offering grants and other funding for alternative fuel vehicles from the EPA, DOE, CEC, ARB, AQMD/APCDs, and MTCs. Breakfast and Lunch is provided!
Sponsors: If you would like to exhibit at this event, but are already a sponsor of one of the participating coalitions, please contact your coalition coordinator directly. Please do not register at the link that follows. If you are not a current sponsor of a participating Clean Cities Coalition, click here for exhibitor registration. Space is limited.
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The Sacramento Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA), in cooperation with the Sacramento Electric Vehicle Association (SacEV) has produced several short videos about the benefits of EV ownership. http://sarta.org/ElectricVehicleVideos.html
Past Featured Event....
The North American Green Fleet Forum
Oct. 15 - 16, 2014 | Sacramento, CA
The Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition held the North American Green Fleet Forum on October 15 & 16 at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento, CA. This year’s event showcased NAFTC Petroleum Reductions Training, Tom Johnson's 100 Best Fleets Best Practices, Clean Cities' Clean Technology Forum, Odyssey Day, and more!
H2 Readiness Best Practices
Following the June 12, 2014 Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition's ZEV and Hydrogen Workshop, a "Hydrogen Best Practices" document has been created. To access the document, go to http://www.h2readiness.com/.
COMING SOON! - Natural Gas Best Practices
Learn more about the connection between biodegradable waste and vehicle fuels. In Sacramento, one project is already online that can convert food waste from your event, meeting, or local restaurant into renewable natural gas fuel.
Click Here to learn more about local efforts and what you can do.
Take advantage of the financial incentives and opportunities that are offered to help offset the incremental costs of advanced alternative fuel vehicles and fuels.
DriveClean PEV Resource Center
Today more than a dozen alternative fuels are in production and use or under development. Although government fleets and private fleets are the primary users of these fuels, consumers have an increasing interest in them. Using these fuels in place of conventional fuels is critical to reducing U.S. dependence on foreign oil and emissions that harm air quality.
Check Out Our Upcoming Events
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- July 9, 2015 | Alternative/Electric Vehicle Funding | Fairfield, CA | Register HERE!
- 6th Annual Fall Stakeholder Meeting | California Automobile Museum | Details TBA!
- June 8th - 11th, 2015: Government Fleet Expo & Conference | Colorado Convention Center | Denver, CO
Past Event Highlights
Missed an event or presentation? Go to Past Event Highlights for more information.
AFDC Alternative Fuel Station Locator
To find alternative fuel stations, use the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC) Alternative Fuel Station Locator.
TakeChargeSac.org offers resources & information specific to the Sacramento region on Plug-In Vehicles!
CA Clean Cab Partnership
The Sacramento Clean Cities is working with the CA Clean Cab Partnership to support implementation of clean air taxi vehicles in the Sacramento area.