The Tampa Bay Region embraces the use of non-petroleum based transportation fuels, which leads to improved health and welfare of its citizens and maintains a level of mobility that contributes to an enhanced quality of life.


The Tampa Bay Clean Cities Colaition advance the energy, economic, and environmental security of the United States through its efforts to reduce petroleum use in transportation in our six-county region. It is the area’s recognized resource for technical assistance, networking, identification of grant opportunities, and information exchange in the area of advance transportation options, fuels, and technologies.

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7/31/14 Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition Moves Toward Designation

6/5/14 Future of Natural Gas and Propane Vehicles

4/11/14 TBCCC Celebrates Earth Day

12/5/13 TBCCC hosts Florida Alternative Fuel Vehicles Expo

10/23/13 Patel College and TBCCC host lecture on the sustainability of biofuels

10/4/13 TBCCC holds CNG training for stakeholders

9/28/13 Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition celebrates National Plug In Day

7/8/13 Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition Members Create Strategic Plan

5/31/13 Joint EVent

4/10/13 April_2013_Newsletter.pdf

3/26/13 Natural Gas Use Up In Tampa Bay As Fleets Convert

2/27/13   TBCCC Members Tour J.J. Taylor and Companies, Inc.

12/11/12 Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition Hosts Inaugural Membership Meeting At Patel Center

9/25/12 Roadshow Promotes Life Without Oil

8/14/12 TBCCC Launch

8/4/12 Group wants a switch to compressed natural gas to help clean up Tampa Bay air


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Clean Cities Webinar Series

Fall Electric Vehicle Quarterly Discussion Webinar - September 29 at 1:00pm ET
Open to all

The webcast will present a summary of the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) handbooks relating to plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging, as well as an overview of business and economic gains from PEV market development.

Moderated by Linda Bluestein, National Clean Cities Co-Director

Presented by Tina Butcher, National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST); Jim Creevy, National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA); and two representatives from the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES).

This webinar will include a discussion of two NIST handbooks and connecting with weights and measures contacts at the state level as well as an update on the plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market.

This webinar is open to the general public, and no pre-registration is required. To join the webinar:

·      Audio: Dial 888-807-9760 and enter passcode 2225108.
·      Web: Log in to MyMeetings with conference number PW8745637 and passcode 2225108. You also may join the webinar directly.

For more information, contact Sandra Loi at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).



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Clean Cities: 20th Anniversary Video (part 1)
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Federal and State Laws and Incentives 
Petroleum Reduction Planning Tool 
Vehicle Cost Calculator 
Light-duty AFV Search 
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Alternative Fuel Price Report
US DOE Clean Cities Program
Clean Cities TV

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Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition Launch