2020 Clean Cities Events
Congratulations to all the agencies, businesses and non-profits that have made the sacrafices to keep the Covid19 pandemic’s effects to a minimum in California. Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition will do our part by continuing to provide information and partnerships using virtual meetings and digital communications.
Sacramento Clean Fuel Technology Workshop
4/21 - Sacramento PEV Collaborative Special Virtual Meeting Featuring
  • Sacramento Region EV activity updates
  • 2020 Nissan Leaf Presentation - Packed with range and safety features
  • Geotab Telematics - Charging Energy Data and Electric Vehicle Analytics
  • EVgo Incentives - Special incentives with the Nissan Leaf
  • Participate by Computer (Video & Audio) - https://ucdaviscoe.zoom.us/j/207484724 
  • Participate by Phone - (253) 215-8782; Meeting ID: 207 484 724

J une - Renewable Natural Gas Workshop
  • Look for a Sacramento Clean Cities Renewable Natural Gas workshop in early June, highlighting the role that renewable natural gas can play in reducing a fleet’s carbon footprint and reducing TCO.
  • More Info

8/24- The 2020 Green Technology Summit and Expo
  • has been rescheduled to August 24-26 due to coronavirus.
  • Originally scheduled for 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.
  •  Register

10/6 - Training for Natural Gas Vehicle Technicians
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition News
CEC Grant
The CEC will release a $22M grant solicitation with four potential Medium and Heavy Duty application categories: Depot Charging, En-Route Fast Charging, Bi-Directional Power Flow from Electric School Buses, and Electric School Bus Charging.
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
Transportation Energy Data Book
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory, part of the National Clean Cities program backbone, has produced the “Transportation Energy Data Book 38th Edition,” a compendium of a wealth of information from Petroleum and Energy to LD/MD/HD Vehicle technologies. 
Read More Here
Alternative Fuel Insight
Mercedes New EV
Mercedes is planning to produce a faster, more powerful EV, the AMG EQS, with a dual-motor arrangement putting out 600hp and 633 lb-ft of torque in a high-end luxury sedan.
Read More Here
EV Charging System Webinar
Ted Bohn with the Argonne National Lab, a National Clean Cities Coalition backbone support agency has a recorded webinar, “Multi-port, 1+MW Charging System for Medium- and Heavy-Duty EVs: What We Know and What Is on the Horizon?”
Webinar Here
Tesla Model Y
The Tesla Model & has shown up and it uses a heat pump for heating. Munro & Associates has done a YouTube video of a Model Y teardown, showing how the heat pump works.
Read More Here
EV vs Gasoline Maintenance Costs
The City of New York has published their side-by-side annual maintenance costs for gasoline and electric vehicles. Electric Vehicles are ⅓ the cost of gasoline.
Read More Here
Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding
The Department of Justice has announced the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) program to help state and local public safety agencies prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19. Zero has prepared sample program narratives and can provide a budgetary quote to assist with your application.
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Retractable Solar Car Cover
A French company, Armor, has developed a flexible solar collector with cords that pull it up out of a rear bumper holder along tracks in the roof to cover their small, lightweight EV, and can then be pulled back into the bumper box, adding several miles of range on a sunny day. Whether this will be a commercial success as a car cover is unclear, but as a camping tent, it seems like a sure bet!
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Hydrogen Powered Cruise Liners
ABB, a major supplier of hydrogen technology equipment has signed an MOU with a Hydrogène de France to build megawatt-size power plants for ocean-going cruise liners and cargo ships. Smaller fuel cell ferries are already in service in Europe and planned for service in the San Francisco Bay.
Read More Here
Refineries Report
For the week ending 4/3/20, refineries in California produced 201,768 gallons of gasoline and 100,926 gallons of diesel.
Read More Here
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