National Drive Electric Week is a nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today’s widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more. They are fun to drive, are less expensive and more convenient to fuel than gasoline vehicles, are better for the environment, promote local… Read More.
The transportation system is in the midst of a dramatic worldwide transformation that has the potential to impact our daily lives. Many factors are contributing to this change: overall U.S. demographics are shifting, more people are moving to cities, and connected devices are empowering consumers with more choices and on-demand services. The arrival of new… Read More.
Melissa Howell, executive director of the Kentucky Clean Cities Partnership, was honored with the Benjamin Watson Inspirational Award on August 24 in Golden, Colo., where representatives from nearly 100 coalitions across the country gathered for the annual Clean Cities Coordinator Workshop. The award is presented annually to the Clean Cities coordinator who provides inspiration and… Read More.
Last year was a good year for Rogue Valley Clean Cities. If you are interested in a look at the stats from 2016 you can click on the link below for a pdf copy of our 2016 Annual Report. A couple of highlights are that we offset over 2.8 million gallons of petroleum based fuels… Read More.
Coordinators Barry Carr, Kelly Gilbert, and Steve Russell are the latest inductees into the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Hall of Fame, which recognizes outstanding contributions to their coalition and the program’s mission of reducing petroleum use in U.S. transportation. Clean Cities Director Dennis Smith and Co-Director Linda Bluestein inducted the three coordinators into… Read More.