Sacramento Clean Cities' goal is to reduce fossil petroleum consumption in the transportation sector.
2020 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 sponsor, Van De Pol, will present information about the ease of conversion to Renewable Diesel and the benefits that this fuel can provide at the NAFA NorCal/NorNevada Chapter lunchtime meeting in Livermore on January 28.
Electric Bicycles: The Fastest Growing Zero Emission Transportation
Accounting mega-firm Deloitte predicts that 40 million bicycles will be sold in 2020, adding to the current world population of electric bicycles of 300 million, making electric bicycles the fastest growing segment of zero-emission transportation.
A new battery chemistry may be the next step in improving the ability of batteries to store more energy. Lithium sulfur may allow four to five times as much energy per unit of weight, with first application to be aviation.
The Jaguar I-PACE is a five passenger vehicle with 394hp and 512 lb-ft torque, using two motors (front and rear) to push 4,800 pounds of luxury EV to 65 in 4.5 seconds. When driven a bit more gently, it is rated at 240 miles of range.