Southeast Alternative Fuel Deployment Partnership
The Department of Energy (DOE) awarded a grant to the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) in support of the Southeast Alternative Fuel Deployment Partnership (SE-AFDP) project on August 22, 2017. The Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition is a partner in this grant along with Clean Cities coalitions in GA and SC. The objective of the project is to accelerate the deployment of commercially available alternative fuel fleet vehicles and infrastructure in niche markets through community-based partnerships. To accomplish this objective, the project team is developing case studies to strategically identify best practices, policies, and procedures resulting from three major activities:
- Deployment of Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Fleets and Infrastructure;
- Development of Alternative Fuel Corridors; and
- Development of Strategic AFV Fleet Partnerships.
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