Upcoming Clean Cities Webinars
Capital Region Exploratory Call
Preparing for the Strategic Growth Council Grant - June 2, 3-4pm
  • Exploratory Call to Create Sacramento Region Readiness
  • Gather input and ideas on potential partners and priorities
  • Inform our next steps to play a supportive role in bringing partners together to collaboratively shape project, roles and activities
To Participate in the Organizing Call Use This Link
Coast-to-Coast EV
June 27, California Automobile Museum Sacramento 
  • 10a - 2p: “Lunch & Learn” - Ford 2022/23 BEV and HEV Fleet Programs
  • Presentations: Funding, Infrastructure, Transition Planning 
  • Displays: Lightning, eTransit, MachE, Explorer “Police Interceptor/Utility”
  • Registration Required (see below)
  • 2pm - 5pm: 
  • Light-duty Battery Electric EV Technician Training
  • Registration Required (see below)
  • 5pm - 7pm: 
  • Celebrate the Ford Electric MachE Arrival - 5,350 mile Transcontinental Trip!
  • Special Guest Speakers
  • Incentives, EV Updates, Sacramento’s EV Implementation & Innovation
  • Displays: ZEVs from Ford, Tesla, Chevy, VW, BMW, Hyundai
  • Registration NOT required - everyone is welcome
Register Here
Presentation Slides and Videos from Previous Sacramento Clean Cities Webinars
Presentation Slides and Recording posted Here
Grant Opportunities
Strategic Growth Council Grants for Community Projects
  • 8.35M to be granted in $500K to 1.7M Grants
  • Focus on Tribal Nations, Native-led Organizations, NGOs and Public Agencies
  • Processes, Plans, and Projects that will drive and sustain climate action in their communities
Read more Here
PEV DAC Call for Projects
The Plug-in Electric Vehicle Collaborative’s Disadvantaged Communities Committee (PEV DAC) has published a grant application template and called for regional projects to be submitted. The template contains:
  • The 7 criteria that must be met, information about the applicant and project site
  • Additional information is also available to assist applicants:
Read more Here
DOE Anticipates Funding Opportunities
  • Batteries and Electrification
  • Materials Technology
  • Decarbonization of Off-Road, Rail, and Marine Technologies
  • Clean Energy Mobility Solutions for Underserved Communities
  • Multi-Family Housing Innovative Charging Demonstrations
  • Charging for Overnight Parking
  • Community Engagement
  • Community-Driven Electric Vehicle Charging Deployment in Underserved Communities
  • Innovative Medium- and Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicle Charging
  • Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure Regional Plans
  • Addressing Critical Training Needs for Transportation Decarbonization
  • Transportation Energy Analysis
Learn more about Funding Opportunities
New Updates, Regulations, and Requirements
CEC Workshop
CEC Workshop to Discuss Zero- and Near-Zero-Carbon Fuel Production and Supply Funding Concepts - 7/14/22, 10am
Read more Here
Sacramento Clean Cities Sponsors Make The News
SMUD $2.2M CEC REACH Grant Award
  • SMUD has been awarded $2.2M by CEC
  • “Reliable, Equitable, and Accessible Charging for multi-family Housing (REACH)”
Read more Here
Alternative Fuel Insight
California Energy Officials Warn of Potential Blackouts
California Energy Officials have announced that the state’s energy grid faces a potential shortfall of roughly 1,700 megawatt this summer, leaving one to four million people in blackouts and impacting EV charging opportunities.
Read more Here
Sysco Acquiring 800 eCascadia Trucks
Sysco has signed an agreement with Daimler to acquire 800 battery electric eCascadia Trucks by 2026.
Read more Here
Hyundai's Georgia Plans
Hyundai plans to become one of the top three EV OEMs in the US by 2026, and is building two factories in Georgia with an annual production capacity of 300,000.
Read more Here
Idling 10 Seconds Uses More Fuel Than Restarting
Idling an engine for as little as 10 seconds will use more fuel than stopping and restarting the vehicle. Stop-start systems that automatically shut down the engine at idle to save fuel are standard on all hybrid vehicles.
Read more Here
LCFS Renewable Fuel Pathways
California Average Grid Electricity Carbon Intensity: California average grid electricity used as a transportation fuel in California: 76.73gCO2e/MJ.
Read more Here
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Low Carbon Fuel Credits
Conferences and Programs
Hydrogen Conference
June 6 & 7, Hydrogen Conference
The California Hydrogen Leadership Summit will bring leaders in energy, transportation, academia and government to review the role hydrogen will play in implementing climate change, air quality, energy diversity and conservation policies. The Summit is co-sponsored by the Sac Metro Air District, and will be held on June 6 &7 at the Sheraton Hotel in Sacramento.
Read More Here
FORTH's 2022 Roadmap Conference
June 29 & 30, FORTH’s 2022 “Roadmap Conference” 
  • Held this year at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. Agenda and Registration information coming soon. 
  • Sacramento Clean Cities Stakeholder will receive a $50 discount when using Discount Code SACRAMENTOCC.
Read More Here
Mobilize California Summit
July 21 - 23, Mobilize California Summit
  • Fleet modernization
  • Alternative fuels
  • Workforce training
  • South Coast Winery Resort & Spa in Temecula
Read More Here
Green Transportation Summit & Expo 2022
August 16 - 18, Green Transportation Summit & Expo 2022: 
The 2022 Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE) will offer attendees an inside look at the latest in fleet technologies and innovation and provide informative sessions featuring a who’s who of national and regional transportation leaders.
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Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference and Expo
August 30 - September 1, Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo in Durham, NC
  • Produced by the 100 Best Fleets and NAFA Fleet Management Association;
  • Case studies from the best fleets, vendors, & partners;
  • Presentations on the most up to date sustainable fleet technology, operations, and implementation strategies.
Read More Here
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