Green Vehicle Grant Funding presentation from 2012 APWA Congress
Clean School Bus Grant Funding presentation from 3-21-2012 SAE webinar
2012 CEC CNG, LNG, & LPG VEHICLE BUY-DOWN FOR OEM's
2012 ARB HVIP MED/HEAVY DUTY HYBRID VOUCHERS
2012 ARB CLEAN VEHICLE REBATE PROJECT
GRANT FUNDING PRESENTATIONS
California Air Resources Board
Environmental Protection Agency
California Energy Commission
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
East Bay Clean Cities Coalition
THE EAST BAY CLEAN CITIES COALITION
Welcome to the East Bay Clean Cities Coalition (EBCCC) website! Here you will find information, tools, and resources oriented towards reducing petroleum consumption and making our environment a better place in which to live and work. Along with petroleum fuel replacement comes greenhousegas (GHG) emission reductions and smaller carbon footprints. The EBCCC website features information on alternative fuels, infrastructure, and advanced technology vehicles. We have particularly detailed funding source webpages as well as presentations from major clean air and advanced technolgy funding sources such as EPA, California Energy Commission, CA Air Resources Board, and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with our resources and be sure to check back often as our site is constantly updated with current information.
As one of the Department of Energy's almost 90 Clean Cities Coalitions nationwide, the staff and stakeholders of the East Bay Clean Cities Coalition are dedicated to identifying and implementing real world solutions to address our nation's dependence on foreign petroleum while helping to provide a better environment for all. We have decades worth of cumulative experience in alternative fuels and advanced technology vehicles and have access to the most current data, latest research, and top industry experts. We are here to serve you the public, as well as our fleet and industry stakeholders. Working together we can make a difference!
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