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
Thank you Capital Area Rural Transportation Services Electric Cab of North America Austin Independent School District AmpAmericas City of Cedar Park The University of Texas at Austin Eanes Independent School District Propane Council of Texas City of Georgetown City of Pflugerville CNG4America Leander Independent School District Pinnacle Propane City of Austin TXDoT Texas Gas Service
As part of the Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program, Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance is required to complete a re-designation process every four years. Consisting of stakeholder interviews and development/delivery of an information-packed power point presentation, the goal is to provide a snapshot of where the coalition has been and more importantly where it
Lone Star Clean Fuels Alliance is celebrating our 25th anniversary this year. We joined the DOE’s Clean Cities program when it was just a year old. Both programs have grown significantly over the years, and one of the benefits of being a LSCFA stakeholder is use of the DOE’s web-based tools. This month we introduce
Agility Fuel Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hexagon Composites, has appointed Seung W. Baik president of the company. Hexagon Composites’ wholly-owned subsidiary Agility Fuel Solutions has signed an exclusive long-term agreement with New Flyer Industries Canada ULC and New Flyer of America Inc. (collectively, “New Flyer”) for the supply of compressed natural gas (CNG) cylinders for transit buses.
Hundreds of Clean Cities coordinators, stakeholders and clean transportation leaders from across the nation met in Washington, DC in February to educate federal policy makers about the need to expand America’s use of alternative fuels, including biofuels, electricity, natural gas, and propane Autogas. During 240 meetings with Congressional offices and discussions with key federal agency