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25 Years of Clean Cities

25 Years of Clean Cities Explore an interactive map of Clean Cities coalition history and work to strengthen our nation’s energy and economic security. cleancities.energy.gov

Texas Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Program Now Accepting Applications

The first round is limited to $58M for Projects to Replace or Repower School Buses, Transit Buses, and Shuttle Buses. The Grants tab on this page provides all the information you need to determine your eligibility and submit an application. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

6/20 – EV Roundtable and Site Visit: Voltbox Tour – Cedar Park

Join Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance for the continuation of our EV Roundtable and Site Visit series to tour battery system manufacturer,Voltabox of Texas, in Cedar Park. We’ll be treated to a tour of Voltabox’s 12,000 sq. ft. manufacturing floor to get familiar with the latest in high performance lithium ion battery technology. If you plan on

Member Spotlight- Fikes Wholesale Inc.

an Interview with Ed Youngblood and Jeff Clark This month we interviewed Ed Youngblood, General Manager and Jeff Clark, Fuel Supply Manager to learn more about Fikes and what they can do for their customers. Fikes, headquartered in Temple Texas, has been serving the fuel needs of Central Texas for more than 60 years. Fikes

Austin Energy and Electric Drive Tour and Presentation

As part of our EV series of site visits and educational tours, Lone Star Clean Fuels teamed up with Austin Energy for a program designed to assist municipalities and fleets which are tasked with adding electric but are uncertain how to proceed.  Cameron Freberg led the Austin Energy presentation and answered multiple questions from the

The Clean Cities 2017 Coalition Activity Report Released

This report compiles the accomplishments of all coalitions throughout the nation in calendar year 2017. Coalition coordinators assembled the data based on voluntary reports from their stakeholders—the private and public entities that are members of the coalitions. As such, each of these coalition reports represents a subset of Clean Cities coalition activities. Taken together, they