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 Sponsors Making the News!
Proterra Selected in Electric Bus Contract
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Proterrra, has been selected by the California Department of General Services as a vendor to supply Proterra® battery-electric buses and Proterra charging systems on the statewide procurement contract for state and government
Altec Develops Aerial Lift Technologies For Range of Alt Fuels
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor, Altec, has developed their aerial lift technologies with their innovative Jobsite Energy Management Systems (JEMS) for a range of alternative fuels including battery electric, natural gas and biodiesel.
Alternative Fuel Insight
Three Wheel Electric Vehicle
Vanderhall, a Utah-based company that makes 3-wheel motorcycles, has created a classically styled EV with a power-to-weight ratio that should make it a bullet, but with minimal amenities, it’s more for fun than business.