Clean Cities Technical Coalition
The Clean Cities Technical Coalition provides the forum for DFW clean cities’ efforts. It is comprised of fleet administrators, fuel providers, automobile manufacturers, and others who are interested in seeing an increased use of alternative fuels, extend refueling infrastructure, and educate benefits of using alternative fuels. Furthermore, the coalition supports the use of hybrid vehicles, fuel blends, fuel economy practices and idle-reduction technology. The Coalition is a fuel-neutral, community-based advisory board that supports the use of alternative fuels and clean technology options to improve air quality and create energy diversity.
The City of Dallas has several representatives attend meetings to learn about new initiatives and technologies, and to share information from different perspectives. The City of Dallas also won a National Partner Award from DOE.
For more information about the Coalition, please visit http://www.nctcog.org/trans/clean/cities/.