News and Events
Clean Fuel Partnership Newsletter
The January 2018 Edition of the Clean Fuel Partnership newsletter is now available with information on:
- The State of Louisiana Submits Proposal for Alternative Fuel Corridor Designations: As part of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act and to improve the mobility of alternative fuel vehicles, the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration requested states to nominate Alternative Fuel Corridors with plug-in electric vehicle charging, propane, natural gas, and hydrogen fueling infrastructure.
- Clean Fuels Summit 2018: Call for Sponsors, Vehicles, and Abstracts! Save the date for the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership’s (SLCFP) Clean Fuels Summit at NOLA Motorsports Park, a state of the art, full-service special events and racing venue located just 20 minutes from Downtown New Orleans!
- Clean Cities University Courses Now Available for Coalition Stakeholders! The U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Cities program is now offering Coalition stakeholders free enrollment in Clean Cities University, an online training database for alternative fuel vehicles and technologies. Choose from 40 courses in various categories including Fuels and Vehicle Technologies, Fleet Topics, Laws and Regulations, Webinars, and e-Tools.
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