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California, Louisiana, New Jersey, and North Carolina Coalition Leaders Unveiled as Newest Clean Cities Hall of Fame Inductees
Dec. 14, 2018
San Joaquin Valley Clean Cities Coordinator Linda Urata, Louisiana Clean Fuels Coordinator Ann Vail, New Jersey Clean Cities Coalition Coordinator Chuck Feinberg, and Centralina Clean Fuels Coordinator Jason Wager are the latest inductees to be named to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Clean Cities Hall of Fame, which recognizes outstanding contributions to advance alternative fuels and advanced vehicles in U.S. transportation across the nation.
Department of Energy Announces $80 Million Investment in Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research
Sept. 5, 2018
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on September 5 announced the selection of 42 projects totaling $80 million to support advanced vehicle technologies that can enable more affordable mobility, strengthen domestic energy security, and enhance U.S. economic growth. This work supports DOE’s goal to invest in early-stage research of transportation technologies that can give families and businesses greater choice in how they meet their mobility needs.
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Announces $68.5 Million for Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research
May 1, 2018
U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry on May 1 announced up to $68.5 million in available funding for early-stage research of advanced vehicle technologies that will enable more affordable mobility, strengthen domestic energy security, and enhance U.S. economic growth.