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.
4/11/14 TBCCC Celebrates Earth Day
5/31/13 Joint EVent
8/14/12 TBCCC Launch
Drive Electric Tampa Bay: Charging into the Future
Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 11:00 AM
100 State Street West, Oldsmar, Fl
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Clearwater Gas System: Rededication of Natural Gas Vehicle Filling Station
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
9:30am - 11am
1020 N. Hercules Avenue, Clearwater Fl
Clean Cities Webinar Series
AFDC tools and resources updates - September 25 at 1:00pm ET
The webinar is open to all, so please be sure to share the details with your stakeholders and other interested parties. Speakers will include Andrew Hudgins, NREL, Trish Cozart, NREL, Alexis Schayowitz, ICF and Stacy Noblet, ICF.
Alexis Schayowitz, from ICF, will review improvements to the Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) Station Locator, including more frequent updates and data incorporated from electric vehicle supply equipment networks, as well as upcoming improvements, including new fields, additional search functionality, and changes to the smart phone app. Stacy Noblet, from ICF will demonstrate recent enhancements to the AFDC Federal and State Laws and Incentives website, including additional search functionality and indicators for new and updated laws information.
Trish Cozart from NREL will discuss the recently launched CNG Vehicle Tank Animation which helps drivers and fuel providers better understand what is happening inside the tank as fueling occurs. The newly launched interactive animation demonstrates at what temperature and fill speed a driver can safely get the “fullest” fill of compressed natural gas. You can view the animation here: http://www.afdc.energy.gov/vehicles/cng_tank_animation.html Trish will also demo the new and improved vehicle search (soon to be released) that combines both light, medium, and heavy-duty alternative fuel vehicles into one searching tool.
Webinar login details are as follows:
Participant passcode: 7744649
Conference number: PW8745628
Audience passcode: 7744649
Participants can join the event directly at:
EV Quarterly Discussion webinar - September 29 at 1:00pm ET
Open to all – topics will include discussion of two NIST handbooks, connecting with states weights and measures contacts as well as a PEV market update.
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Clean Cities: 20th Anniversary Video (part 1)
Clean Cities: 20th Anniversary Video (part 2)
US DOE Alternative Fuel Data Center
Alternative Fuel Station Locator
Federal and State Laws and Incentives
Petroleum Reduction Planning Tool
Vehicle Cost Calculator
Light-duty AFV Search
Heavy-duty Vehicle and Engine Search
Alternative Fuel Price Report
US DOE Clean Cities Program
Clean Cities TV
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