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Clean Cities has awarded nearly $400 million to fund hundreds of projects across the country that reduce petroleum use in transportation. These project awards contribute to Clean Cities' primary goal of reducing petroleum use in the U.S. by 2.5 billion gallons per year by 2020.

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Project Initiative/Award Awardee Status Date
Accelerating Alternative Fuel Adoption in Mid-America 2017 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Community Partner Projects Metropolitan Energy Center, Inc. In progress Oct 2017

States impacted:

  • Kansas
  • Missouri

Accelerating Alternative Fuel Adoption in Mid-America

This project incorporates both the deployment of alternative fuel vehicles and alternative fueling access with a focus on compressed natural gas access on major travel corridors. The project will also generate best practices documents, case studies, and deployment guides to leverage community based business and community relationships to accelerate adoption and awareness of alternative fuels.

Learn more about the 2017 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Community Partner Projects.

$3,803,793 Award

$3,826,624 Local matching funds

Partners

  • City of Kansas City, MO.
  • Stirk Compressed Natural Gas
  • City of El Dorado
  • 24/7 Travel Stores
  • Kansas City International Airport
  • Grain Valley School District
  • Sparq Natural Gas
  • Garden City
  • Blue Springs School District
Southeast Alternative Fuel Deployment Partnership 2017 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Community Partner Projects Center for Transportation and the Environment In progress Oct 2017

States impacted:

  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina

Southeast Alternative Fuel Deployment Partnership

The objective of the project is to accelerate the deployment of commercially available alternative fuel fleet vehicles and infrastructure in niche markets through the community-based Southeast Alternative Fuel Deployment Partnership (SEAFDP). To accomplish this objective, the project will develop a case study to strategically identify best practices, policies, and procedures resulting from three major activities:
1.Deployment of Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Fleets and Infrastructure
2.Development of Alternative Fuel Corridors
3.Development of Strategic AFV Fleet Partnerships.

Learn more about the 2017 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Community Partner Projects.

$4,621,781 Award

$6,259,430 Local matching funds

Partners

  • Clean Cities-Georgia
  • Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition
  • Palmetto State Clean Fuels Coalition
  • Southern Company Energy Innovation Center
  • Southern Company Gas
  • SCE&G
  • UPS
  • Waste Management
  • DeKalb County
  • City of Atlanta
  • ACE Environmental
  • McAbee Trucking
  • Consolidated Pipe