2019 Clean Cities Events
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
11/8 - Samsara Fleet Safety
  • Samsara, a Clean Cities sponsor, invites fleet operators to attend a lunch & learn at Mulvaney’s Restaurant in Sacramento on November 8th focused on fleet safety. Learn how to design a video-based fleet safety program that drives measurable ROI by reducing accidents and costs.
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1/13 - Geotab Connect 2020
  • Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Geotab is hosting the Geotab Connect 2020 conference in San Diego January 13 – 16. This is a must-attend event for anyone who wants to hear from the top thought leaders and subject matter experts in fleet technology. Attendees will see the wide range of management tools Geotab provides.
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1/22 - Renewable Gas 360
  • The Renewable Gas 360 (formerly Rethink Methane) conference will be held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento. Topics will include building markets for dead trees to reduce wildfire risk, building markets for renewable hydrogen, reducing short-lived climate pollutants, managing overburdened landfills and methane capture.
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4/13 - Green Technology Summit and Expo
  • The 2020 Green Technology Summit and Expo will be held in the Tacoma Convention Center on April 13 – 15. This year’s event will be combined with the US EPA’s West Coast Collaborative Partner’s Meeting, and will include fleet focused sessions on technician training, regulatory policies, vehicle, engine and fuel technology developments, and the future of mobility.
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Eleventh Annual NorCal Clean Tech Conference Biggest Yet
The Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition’s eleventh annual CleanTech Conference, held October 15 - 17 at the McClellan Conference Center was a huge success.
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High School Students Learn About Vehicle Technology Careers
Craig Weckman, Dean of Vehicle Technology at American River College (ARC) and some of his ARC students helped high schoolers learn about vehicle technology careers. 
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Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
Van de Pol Renewable Lubricants
Fleet managers interested in being leaders in operating sustainable programs using renewable and biodegradable lubricants and fluids can meet all their needs using products supplied by Clean Cities sponsor, Van de Pol Petroleum.
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A-Z Bus Sales Propane School Bus
A-Z Bus Sales, a Clean Cities sponsor, has Bluebird propane buses for school and shuttle applications ( www.a-zbus.com ). A recent study by West Virginia University has demonstrated propane buses operate at much lower emissions than comparable diesel buses while delivering excellent performance.
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SmartPedal Improves Nevada County Fleet Fuel Economy
Clean Cities Coalition sponsor SmartPedal has helped Coalition Stakeholder Nevada County improve their fleet fuel economy by 7%, saving money and reducing emissions using their innovative technology.
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Hyundai Fuel Cell Truck
Hyundai plans to announce their hydrogen fuel cell truck plans at the North American Commerical Vehicle Show in Atlanta next week. Hyundai will join Clean Cities sponsor Nikola with announced plans to introduce commercial fuel cell trucks, and others like Toyota/Kenworth and Cummins who have active fuel cell truck development plans.
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Alternative Fuel Insight
Low Carbon Fuel Production Program Grant
The California Energy Commission’s Low-Carbon Fuel Production Program (LCFPP) grant solicitation, GFO-19-601, is open with final proposals due 12/3/19. The LCFPP will support new and expanded renewable, ultra-low-carbon transportation fuel production at advanced fuel production plants.
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Tesla Receives Chinese Approval for Factory
Tesla has received approval from the Chinese government to build a $2B Gigafactory in Shanghai to build Model 3 and Model Y vehicles.
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Mazda EV Cross-over
Mazda will introduce a cross -over EV with a retro feature – suicide back doors.
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800 Volt Inverters
Hitachi and Delphi have both announced the upcoming introduction of 800 volt inverters for electric vehicle power management systems, allowing smaller and lighter components, wiring and charging times.
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EPA Grants
The US EPA has announced the opening of applications for the 2020 Environmental Education Grants Program that will fund education-based projects pertaining to marine debris mitigation, food waste and loss reduction, and recycling.
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CARB Opens Application Period From Volkswagen Mitigation Settlement Funds
The California Air Resources Board has announced the opening of the application period for $130M in funding from the Volkswagen Mitigation settlement. Zero-emission Transit, School and Shuttle Buses are eligible.
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