The San Diego Clean Fuel Coalition will be assisting Argonne National Labs in the EcoCAR Challenge – the 2010 EcoCAR Challenge Competition is May 17-27, 2010 in Yuma, Arizona and San Diego, CA.
Air Resources Board unveils $3.7 million in rebates for clean vehicles SACRAMENTO – On March 17th the California Air Resources Board announced $3.7 in rebates for zero-emission and plug-in hybrid vehicle rebates for California drivers as part of an overall $42.3 million program that Governor Schwarzenegger approved in 2007 to spur technological innovation in the transportation[…]
At the beginning of February, Linda Bluestein at DOE sent out a note inviting Clean Cities Coordinators to participate in a new quarterly webinar/discussion group on electric vehicle and infrastructure issues. The purpose of these webinar/discussion groups are to keep Clean Cities coordinators abreast of the evolving developments that affect deployment of these technologies in their communities. The[…]
From Green Right Now Reports Updated 04-17-10. Enterprise Holdings today announced that it will convert its entire fleet of more than 600 Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental airport shuttle buses in 50 North American markets to begin using at least 5 percent biodiesel (B5). The company said it will immediately convert[…]
AFV2010.com: In its sixteenth year, AF&V 2010 is the industry event representing all fuels, vehicles and technologies that provide an alternative to petroleum. This fuel and technology neutral Conference brings industry experts, transportation leaders and policy makers together to help fleet managers and other decision makers sort through which fuels and vehicles make the most[…]
SDCleanFuels.org (San Diego Clean Cities), in partnership with The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the U.S. Department of Energy brought an Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Workshop (EPAct) to San Diego. The day long event was part of a nationwide series of workshops designed to provide regional stakeholders with technical, regulatory, and networking support. It was most beneficial in assisting EPAct-regulated fleets in overcoming alternative fuels and vehicle deployment barriers.