2019 Clean Cities Events
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
5/9 - Half-day training: Greening the Fleet - Carbon Reductions Have Value 
  • Using available tools to quantify and develop fleet emission plans, using quantified reductions for successful grant applications, and gaining the maximum benefit from measured emission reductions
  • Location: California Automobile Museum, 2200 Front Street, Sacramento 
  • Time: 9am - 1pm 
  • Registration is required: Registration

5/16/19 - The NorCal chapter of NAFA
  • will host an Electric Vehicle Expo at the City of Modesto Bus Maintenance Facility, May 16 from 11:30 – 2:00.

6/12 & 13 - Fleet Technician and Fleet Manager Training Academy (with Certification)
  • Produced in partnership with NorCalMEMA and PEMA. 
  • Location: American River College 
  • For information, academy
  • For registration, contact

9/26 - MEMA’s 2nd Annual “Fleet Day on the Bay” at the Discovery Bay Yacht Club
  • Fleet Management Best Practices & Fleet Electrification 
  • Registration Information: Coming Soon 

10/15 - 17 - NorCal Clean Technology Forum and Expo
  • Location: McClellan Conference Center 
  • Have a suggestion for a session? A demonstration? A site visit? Then go to NorCal Clean Website to let us know!

Clean Technology Conferences
The Northern California Alt Car Expo
  • will be held on May 15, 2019 on the west steps of the state capitol.

The ninth-annual Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE)
  • will be held in Tacoma, Washington on May 21-23, 2019.

  • The GTSE will put you directly in front of influencers and decision makers in the fleet industry, with ample time for networking with peers and colleagues. Learn more and register at Green Transportation Summit & Expo website.

  • NAFA's Sustainable Fleet Management Certificate Workshop, a $225 value, will be offered to individuals registered for the full GTSE conference for $99 if they email audrey@socialenterprises.net and use code #GTSE19.

  • Sacramento Clean Cities board members Keith Leech, Jaime Lemus, Ernesto Martinez and Tim Taylor are all speaking at the GTSE, and Sacramento Clean Cities Stakeholders can receive 20% off Full Access Admission to the GTSE using discount code: SPEAKERGUEST.
  • Register Here

Drive To Zero
  • an effort to achieve full penetration of zero-emission commercial vehicles by 2040, is hosting a conference in Vancouver on May 28, 2019.
  • Learn More Here

The National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA)
  • is hosting a webinar on biodiesel on Thursday, June 6 at 9am.
  • Register Here

Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
How the 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid 3-row crossover gets compact-car economy 
Sacramento Clean Cities sponsor Toyota has indicated that the 2020 Hylander crossover hybrid, with room for 8 passengers, will achieve an astounding 34mpg!
Learn More Here
Winnebago All-Electric Specialty Vehicle Honored with Sustainability Award
Sacramento Clean Cities sponsor Winnebago Specialty Vehicles receive a Sustainability Award from the RV Industry Association for their introduction of a battery-electric 33 foot and 38 foot “Mobil Office” built on theFord F-53 chassis and powered by a drivetrain supplied by Sacramento
 Clean Cities sponsor Motiv Power Systems.
Learn More Here
FuelCell Energy Announces New 1.4 Megawatt Project With The City of San Bernardino Municipal Water Department
Sacramento Clean Cities sponsor Fuel Cell Energy has announced a 1.4 MW power plant at the San Bernardino Municipal Waste Department. The plant will make clean electrical energy and heat for industrial operations using digester gas from the waste treatment plant.
Learn More Here
Alternative Fuel Insight
Tesla Model S and X get big range boost, and Standard Range versions return
Tesla has announced 10% range increases for the Model S 9370 miles) and the Model X (325 miles).
Read the full story Here
GIG Car Share Sacramento event
Car Share company GIG is celebrating their official launch in Sacramento by giving away 500 minutes per month for a year. To enter, just drive a GIG car between April 28 and May 31. And join GIG at their launch celebration in Capitol Park on May 3 for games, prizes
 and a free lunch.
Learn more Here
New Flyer’s Xcelsior CHARGE H2™ achieves 350 miles of zero-emission range

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) drove a NewFlyer Xcelsior 40 foot hydrogen fuel cell transit bus 350 miles without refueling. The demonstration was done on OCTA Route 47 between Fullerton and Newport Beach in April 2019.
Learn more Here
The California Department
 of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) public and private initiative

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) are announcing the launch of a public-private initiative to advance climate smart agriculture and reduce greenhouse gas emissions on agricultural lands.
Learn more Here
Trillium unveils PowerUp electric truck charging

Trillium is introducing a program they call, “Power Up,” that will allow EV fleets to use electricity from the grid, from solar panels, from natural gas or from energy stored in battery systems, in any combination.
Learn more Here
Powerline approval could bring EV drivers more wind power

Final approvals have been secured to build transmission lines from wind generation in Wyoming to connect with existing distribution lines at Hoover Dam in Nevada, allowing the wind generated electricity from Wyoming to reach major metro areas in Southern California.
Learn more Here
FedEx using Fuel Cell Electric Tuggers at Albany Aiport


FedEx has put hydrogen fuel cell powered cargo tugs into service at Albany International Airport. The tugs are capable of hauling 40,000 pound loads continuously for four hours, and being refueled in four minutes.
Learn more Here
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