First Responders Training
Clean Cities Georgia and the Center for Transportation & the Environment are pleased to offer the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium’s (NAFTC’s) First Responder Safety Instructor Training program...
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The Energy Department announced up to $4.5 million to expand
the use of alternative fuel vehicles through the Clean Cities
program, including plug-in electric, natural gas, propane, and
flexible fuel vehicles.
New York's Albany International Airport has six new electric
vehicle (EV) charging stations that are part of a planned
network of up to 3,000 EV stations slated for various public
and workplace locations across New York State.