Learn about tools and resources to make smart decisions when shopping for your next car. Click here to read more on the Clean Cities Website
So you have cars that spend a good chunk of time stopped at stoplights. Despite what you may have heard, it’s better to turn your car off when stopped than idling your car. This practice is known as “run-on” restraint. Back in the day, cars needed a heavy dose of fuel to spark ignition. But… Read More.
Preparing to launch a new transportation project can be daunting, especially when the stakes—and the likelihood of encountering challenges along the way—are high. Two new technical reports from the Vehicle Technologies Office’s Technology Integration program aim to increase project success by providing stakeholders with insights into anticipating, mitigating, and avoiding common problems. Designing a Successful… Read More.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office and Virginia Clean Cities (VCC) will present a live webinar titled “Hydrogen Fuel Cell Supply Chain Expansion through the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Nexus Directory”. VCC coordinators will provide an overview of the national business website, or directory, allowing individuals to rapidly find hydrogen and fuel cell… Read More.
Watch how the Sevier County Utility District built a clean fuel alliance for natural gas vehicles in Tennessee. Click here to read more on the Clean Cities Website