2019 Clean Cities Events
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
8/8 - Grant Workshop
  • The Sac Metro Air District and the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition invite all dealers and low carbon fuel providers to attend a workshop that will focus on upcoming incentive funding for zero-emission class 6, 7, and 8 trucks, CNG class 6, 7, and 8 trucks, zero emission school buses, and fleet zero emission fueling infrastructure. Join us for a complimentary continental breakfast and learn how your customers can qualify for grant funding. Plus get updates on any upcoming rules, policies and procedures.
  • 9:00am-9:15 – Welcome and Introduction
  • 9:15 – 9:30 – District Presentation on Medium-Heavy and Heavy Duty Truck Incentives - Kevin Robison
  • 9:30-9:45 – District Presentation on School Bus Incentives - Ryan Nowshiravan
  • 9:45-10:00 – SMUD presentation on Infrastructure - TBA
  • 10:00-10:15 – PGE presentation on Infrastructure - Ann Camperson
  • 10:15-11am – Breakout Q&A, networking session
  • Workshop Registration

8/28 - Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure Workshop
  • The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD) and the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition (SCCC) invite you to participate in a workshop on hydrogen fueling infrastructure in the Sacramento Region. SMAQMD will develop a multi-million dollar RFP for public access hydrogen infrastructure for light and heavy duty vehicles to be introduced in the first quarter of 2020. This workshop will be an opportunity for potential infrastructure providers and potential hydrogen fuel users to learn about plans and to help guide RFP development concepts. The workshop will be held on August 28, from 1pm – 3pm at the SMAQMD, 777 12th Street Suite 300, Sacramento, CA, 95814. Attendance will be limited and registration is required. Please RSVP
  • Registration

9/26 - MEMA’s 2nd Annual “Fleet Day on the Bay” at the Discovery Bay Yacht Club

10/15 - 17 - NorCal Clean Technology Forum and Expo
Clean Technology Conferences
The VERGE 19 Conference and Expo
  •  Conference and expo will be held October 22 – 24 at the Oakland Conference Center with presentations on the clean economy and solutions and to advance the most dynamic and influential markets driving a sustainable future.
  • Register Here
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
Western Propane Gas Association Propane Incentives
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Western Propane Gas Association (WPGA) has incentive rebate programs for the purchase of vehicles, forklifts, and agricultural irrigation engines.
Details of Incentives Here
Municipal Fleet Academy Featured in Fuels Fix
The Municipal Equipment Technician Academy, produced by NorCal MEMA, PEMA, and the Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition, in partnership with the Sacramento Air District and American River College, has been highlighted by the national E-zine "Fuels Fix."
Read the Article Here
Lion Electric Funding Opportunity
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Lion Electric has been awarded a California Energy Commission Electric School Bus Funding Opportunity for Type A, Type C, and Type D battery-electric school buses. Awarded school districts can purchase Lion's zero-emission school buses through the Energy Commission's School Bus Replacement Program.
Read the Article Here
Lion Electric Lion8 Available to Public Agencies
This announcement follows the recent announcement that the Lion Electric's Lion8, a 56,300# GVWR 3-axle cab chassis is now available on the California department of General Services contract, available to all public agencies to use.
Read More Here
Department of Energy Outlines Steps to Reduce Cost of Battery Packs
The DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), part of the National Clean Cities Coalition, has released a report outlining the major steps the US is taking to reduce the cost of battery packs and reduce or eliminate potential supply chain problems associated with battery components and materials.
Read More Here
Alternative Fuel Insight
Nissan Leaf Update Allows Fast Charge
Second generation Leafs may now be upgraded to allow for multiple sequential DC Fast Charge sessions, but owners must ask dealers to install the upgraded software. Nissan is not planning to issue a notice to second owners.
Read the full story here
Energy Related CO2 Emissions Fall
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects a 2.2% decrease in US CO2 emissions in 2019, mainly due to natural gas replacing coal for electricity generation. Transportation CO2 remains unchanged.
Read the full article here
Ford EV Pickup Prototype Demonstrates Pulling Power
A Ford F150 retrofitted with Ford's proposed pickup truck EV drivetrain demonstrates EV power and torque by pulling loaded rail cars weighing over 500 tonnes. Ford plans to have a PHEV pickup introduced in 2020, but their time-frame for a full EV is not announced.
Read more here
Carbon Fiber Racing Bike with Electric Assist
If you are looking for a carbon fiber, disk brake racing bike with an invisible 80 mile electric assist range, and you have a hefty bank account to back up your curiosity, check out the S-Works Turbo Creo SL-Founder's Edition.
Read about it here
Hydrogen Fueling Station Auctioned Off
The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, located at West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia, is auctioning off their hydrogen fueling station. The station includes a FuelGen, 12kg/day electrolyzer, PDC-3 compressor, Kraus priority panel, Kraus dispenser, storage cylinders and fire and leak detection systems.
Read more here
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