2020 Clean Cities Events
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
Renewable Propane Plus Near Zero Emission (NZE) Engine REGISTER
  • Presentations on NZE Engines, Renewable Propane, Funding 
  • Panel with Fleet Managers operating Propane Fleets in Sacramento
  • Benefits Using Renewable Propane with NZE Engines:
  • Conventional Engines with Near Zero Emissions, Very Low Greenhouse Gas
  • Five Minute Refueling. Low-to-No Infrastructure Cost, Very Low-Cost Fuel
  • Award presentation: First NZE Engine plus Renewable Natural Gas Demo in California
  • Hosted Lunch., Networking
  • Display Vehicles: School Bus, Shuttle Bus, Delivery Trucks, Work Trucks
3/4 - Veloz Forum
  • Veloz forum with corporate, nonprofit and government representatives on March 4 from 10am – 4:30pm at the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel in downtown Sacramento.
3/5 - California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit
  • The seventh California Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Summit will be held on March 5 & 6 at the CalEPA Building, 1001 “I” Street in downtown Sacramento.  

3/24 - 3 Revolutions Policy Conference
  • 3 Revolutions Policy Conference at UC Davis, focusing on micromobility, automated vehicles, and 25 electrification policy, public transit.
  • Info

3/25 - Learn About Propane at the State Capitol
  • Propane is 40% less expensive than gasoline or diesel, and has the lowest cost on-site infrastructure of any vehicle fuel. Learn more about Class 3 - 7 trucks and buses now available with engines certified to the lowest emission levels and running on renewable propane from 10am - 2pm on the West Steps of the State Capitol Building.

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. Sac Clean Cities Coalition Stakeholders qualify for a registration discount if they use SACCC30. 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 recruiting, training and keeping technicians, regulatory policies, renewable fuels including renewable hydrogen, and the future of mobility. A tour of the REG biodiesel plant is also included.
  • Register

9/22 - NorCal Clean Fleet Conference
  • SAVE THE DATE for the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition’s 12th Annual NorCal Clean Fleet Conference - Training and Certification Programs for fleet managers and technicians, along with up-to-date information on alternative fuels, zero-emission and carbon reducing vehicle technologies and shop practices.

10/6 - Training for Natural Gas Vehicle Technicians
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
Toyota Hybrid SUV
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Toyota has made the news again, with their conventional hybrid eight-passenger Highlander SUV achieving a whopping 36mp (35 mpg for the all-wheel drive model).
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Freewire Mobile Fast Charger
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Freewire has introduced their new mobile 50kW DC Fast Charging “Mobi” EVSE.  
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US GAIN Makes Gains With Renewable Natural Gas Supply
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor US GAIN is growing their Renewable Natural Gas supply and eyeing growth in the California RNG market.
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A-Z Bus Sales Running on Propane
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor A-Z Bus Sales supplies shuttle buses and school buses equipped with the Roush CleanTech Near Zero Emission engine running on propane Autogas, available on contract for under $1.50 per gallon.
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Alternative Fuel Insight
Tesla's Biggest Problem
Tesla has beaten the odds and become an incredibly successful car company in only 15 years, but some pundits think the future won’t be selling cars to consumers but operating fleets of autonomous cars.
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Tesla Tells What to Look For When Buying Used
More Tesla news, what to look for when buying used: dents in battery trays, cracks in roofs, capacity to charge to 100%, autonomous mode transferable...lots of issues to look for.  
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Lucid Air
Lucid was revived with a massive cash infusion, and is now touting the “Lucid Air.” Lucid is talking about getting a 400+ mile range, not by increasing the battery pack but by using permanent magnet motors and a 900 volt power distribution level.  
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