Sacramento Clean Cities' goal is to reduce fossil petroleum consumption in the transportation sector.
2019 Clean Cities Events
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
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.
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.
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.
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
DANNAR Mobile Power System
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor DANNAR presented the Gen 4 Mobile Power System (MPS) to Caltrans equipment operators. The MPS is a versatile all-electric off-road vehicle that can accept over 250 Deere, Cat, Bobcat attachments and also function as a mobile electric charging "tanker".
FreeWire Hosts Session to Teach Fleet Managers About The Power Systems
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor FreeWire held a "Lunch and Learn" meeting at their headquarters in San Leandro, where Fleet Managers and Transportation Professionals could get to know how their Mobi portable car chargers and power systems could handle hard-to-solve charging challenges.
In addition to full funding for the national Clean Cities program, the House and Senate have reached an agreement on FY2020 funding to retroactively extend the excise tax credits for biodiesel and alternative fuels, as well as the alternative fuels infrastructure credits. Also passing was full funding of DERA at $87M.