Clean Cities NowFall 2013 Issue
Program News: Marking 20 Years
Fleet Experiences: The City of Fort Collins Picks the Right Fuels for the Job
Feature: Clean Cities Helps Communities Plug In
Coordinator Profile: Melissa Howell
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The Energy Department’s Clean Cities program and the
National Park Service announced new projects at nine parks
that deploy alternative-fuel and fuel-efficient vehicles on the
road, cut vehicle idling, and improve vehicle efficiency.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac), along with
partners Alaska Airlines and the Energy Department's
Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition, announced a new
providing nearly 600 electric charging stations throughout the
airport for ground support equipment.
President Obama’s $27.9 billion Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 budget
request for the Energy Department represents a 2.6%
increase above the FY 2014 enacted level, and includes
support for EERE and clean energy technologies.