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 funding totaling more
than $55 million for 31 new projects designed to accelerate
research and development of critical vehicle technologies
that will improve fuel efficiency and reduce costs.
The Energy Department’s National Clean Fleets Partnership
helps the country’s largest fleets reduce their petroleum use
by switching to alternative fuels, adopting advanced
technology vehicles, reducing their idling, and implementing
other fuel saving techniques.
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.