In a national network of nearly 100 Clean Cities coalitions, local coordinators form a sturdy backbone that supports community-based partnerships for advancing affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies. On Tuesday, August 11, the critical role of Clean Cities coordinators was recognized with the induction of two into the Clean Cities Hall of Fame: David Keefe… Read More.
Did you know: In Oregon, transportation is the largest in-state sector of emissions? In fact, emissions from passenger vehicle use and freight transportation continue to increase? And interestingly, Oregon’s residential sector uses more electricity than any other sector? According to a report compiled by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality in 2018 that reviewed Oregon’s… Read More.
Renewable natural gas (RNG) is an important fuel to help keep our communities clean and healthy. But how is RNG different from two other popular energy sources: conventional natural gas and propane? With so many options available to homeowners, its important to understand how each energy source is different to make well-informed choices. What is… Read More.
You don’t have to watch the full news broadcast every night to understand the breadth of damage caused by COVID-19. Not only have a large number of people died of the virus, but it has also wreaked havoc on everything from our stock market, to our employment rates, and to consumer confidence. Unfortunately, the biofuel… Read More.
EVS33 will assemble global leaders from industry, government, and academia to explore the technical, policy, and market achievements–and challenges–in transportation electrification. EVS33 features a major trade show, presentations on leading-edge electric mobility products and research, and a well attended public day that includes access to the ride drive and charge and expo floor. The event… Read More.