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Welcome to The Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition!

The Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition (ACFC), a nonprofit membership-based organization, is the state's principal coordinating point for alternative fuels and advanced technology vehicles. ACFC is a member of the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities program. The promotion of clean, renewable, domestic energy sources helps reduce our dependence on foreign oil, improves local air quality, and increases economic development investments in our local communities.

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Propane "Autogas Answers" Workshop - Held July 18th

                               

Successful Propane Autogas Answers held in Birmingham. Workshop attended by 55 interested government, municipal, transit, industry stakeholders. Excellent information presented by experts and current users of propane Autogas. Continue to view press release

 


Electric Vehicles make sense for Alabama drivers

As many as 50 million Americans are about to flip the switch over to electric automobiles with their next purchase, according to the American Automobile Association. A recent survey conducted by the AAA found that popularity of electric cars is trending upwards. With infrastructure and availability all here, Alabama can lead the charge toward electric vehicles.


Propane "Autogas Answers" Workshop - July 18th

Plan now to attend this educational event. The workshop will be a wonderful opportunity to gain in-depth, and actionable, information about propane autogas...an economical, safe and clean domestic alternative transportation fuel that is powering many fleets in Alabama and across the U.S.A.


$40 Million Diesel Emission Reduction Program Funds Now Available

Request for Proposals Now Open

Deadline for proposals: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. ET 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is excited to announce the availability of approximately $40 million in Diesel Emission Reduction Program (DERA) funds to support projects aimed at reducing emissions from the nation's existing fleet of older diesel engines. Under this competition, between 20 and 80 awards are anticipated to be made to eligible applicants.

Eligible applicants include regional, state, local or tribal agencies, or port authorities, with jurisdiction over transportation or air quality. Nonprofit organizations may apply if they provide pollution reduction or educational services to diesel fleet owners or have, as their principal purpose, the promotion of transportation or air quality.


FY 2018 Budget Agreement Increases Funds for Key Clean Transportation Programs
 

On Friday the President signed the FY 2018 omnibus appropriations bill, which funds the government for the remainder of the current fiscal year.  The bill increases funding for two key programs that support alternative fuels and vehicles: the Department of Energy (DOE) Clean Cities program and the U.S. EPA Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants.

 


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