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6/22 – Fleet Day at the Circuit of the Americas – Austin TX

Travis County & Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance Present Fleet Day at the Circuit of the Americas June 22, 2017 Central Texas Regional Fleet Day at the Track!!!!!! 100 Best Fleets, Best Practices & Emerging Technologies for Fleets 2017 Legislative Session Re-cap, VW Settlement, EVs & Charging, What’s New With Fuels, Texas Clean Corridor Identification

Texas Clean Cities Energy Independence Day at the Capital

The Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance Clean Cities Coalition of Central Texas hosted the Texas Clean Cities Energy Independence Legislative Luncheon on March 2, Texas Independence Day. Key Texas Legislators were invited to meet their local Clean Cities Coordinators Pamela Burns from DFW, Nick Jones from Alamo Area, and Stacy Neef of Lone Star Clean

Leading the Charge: Resources to Support Workplace Charging

What factors do employers need to consider when establishing a workplace charging program? While there is not a one-size-fits-all solution for workplace charging, there are a number of resources available to help employers design, implement, and manage the right program for their organization. Assess Demand Employers considering whether workplace charging is right for their organization

7/25 & 26 – First Responder Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Train the Trainer Workshop

Lone Star Clean Fuels and the National Alternative Fuel Training Consortium (NAFTC) will host an Alternative Fuel Vehicle Safety Training at Austin Community College on Tuesday, July 25th and Wednesday, July 26th. Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance encourages all trainers of firefighters, law enforcement, Highway Assistance Management, EMS and Tow Truck Drivers to be proactive in

New Member: Renewable Energy Group, Inc.

LSCFA is proud to call Renewable Energy Group one of our new members, we look forward to forging new paths for renewable fuels in central Texas together. Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: REGI) is a leading provider of cleaner, lower carbon intensity products and services.  We are an international producer of biomass-based diesel, a developer

What are state and local governments doing to incentivize alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs)?

There are many notable incentive activities at the state and local levels. Many states offer incentives for alternative fuels that advance specific environmental and energy security goals, while cities provide even more localized support.   States are targeting vehicles, infrastructure, and other means to encourage AFV adoption. Below are various types of incentives, as well

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