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The San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition is part of a Department of Energy program consisting of nearly 100 community-based coalitions that develop public and private partnerships to achieve cleaner communities by changing the ways we use fuel.
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The National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) is hosting a webinar on September 27 from 9AM to 10AM on fleet sustainability planning. Click here for details and registration. — This webinar is taught by two of the most knowledgeable sustainable experts in the industry – Patti Earley and Gary Lentsch. It teaches the evolution and current[…]
Representatives from the nearly 100 local Clean Cities Coalitions gathered in Tennessee at Oak Ridge National Lab August 30 to Setpember 1. At this annual meeting, U.S. Department of Energy staff led discussions on topics including updates to DOE tools and resources, lessons learned from the Recovery Act projects administered through Clean Cities, increasing collaboration with “Smart Mobility” and Department of[…]
On Thursday, August 18, ARB will be hosting a One-Stop Truck Event for local agencies and vendors to discuss diesel equipment requirements and ways to comply using current and new technology. The event will be held at San Diego Miramar College and will feature one-one-one[…]
The California Energy Commission’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP) has announced the availability of up to $37,096,215 million in grant funds for low carbon biofuel production projects at new and existing biofuel production facilities. Existing biofuel production facilities must expand or modify facilities to increase production capacity. Eligible biofuels include[…]
Mitsubishi FUSO’s all-electric Canter E-CELL truck made its U.S. debut at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis this March after successfully completing 1-year pilot deployments in Portugal. The truck is a 13,230 lb. GVWR, 100% electric, zero emission vehicle. Now a prototype of the all-electric truck is available for viewing in San Diego. The Canter E-CELL will[…]
On July 14, the San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition hosted an event for local fleets to learn about telematics and the exciting opportunities emerging from advanced information technologies. The event began with a presentation from the Clean Cities Coalition to introduce the basics of telematics and how it can be used to improve fleet[…]
As of July 6, 2016, the City of Carlsbad, Calif. is now fueling its Fire Department and Public Works heavy-duty vehicles with renewable diesel. Propel Diesel HPR (High Performance Renewable) is produced from 100% renewable feedstocks, such as vegetable oils, animal fats, and recycled oils. Fueling with renewable diesel allows the city to reduce its greenhouse[…]
Driving Smarter: Fleet Telematics Solutions Date: Thursday, July 14, 2016 Time: 10:45 am — Registration; 11:00 am – 1:00 pm — Discussion & Networking Lunch Location: Center for Sustainable Energy – 9325 Sky Park Court, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92123 Increasingly sophisticated information technologies such as telematics and advanced diagnostic tools are revolutionizing the fleet industry[…]
Question of the Month: What vehicle tire strategies and technologies are available to save fuel? Answer: It’s easy to understand why tires are essential to a vehicle, but tires also play an important role in your vehicle’s fuel economy. Tires affect resistance on the road and, therefore, how hard the engine needs to work to[…]
The EPA is offering $26 million in grant funding to reduce emissions from existing diesel fleet vehicles. Eligible projects will reduce diesel emissions and exposure, such as retrofits, idle reduction, and vehicle replacements. Prioritized projects include those that are located in areas designated as having poor air quality, projects that benefit local communities and projects[…]