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Pete Polubiatko: A Clean Cities Constant Retires

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After 20 years, the second longest-serving coordinator in the program's history leaves the helm.


December 8, 2014

Workplace Charging Growing in Popularity and Impact

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Survey results indicate that the number of employers offering workplace charging has almost doubled in the last two years.


December 3, 2014

Tampa Bay Designated as the Newest Clean Cities Coalition

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Another partner joins Clean Cities to promote alternative fuels and advanced vehicles.


November 25, 2014

Vetting Aftermarket Systems and Devices

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Learn how to tell if an alt. fuel conversion system or aftermarket device has been certified to reduce emissions or improve fuel economy.


November 24, 2014

Revamped Search Tool Serves Up Alternative Vehicle Options Faster

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Browse light-, medium-, and heavy-duty AFVs, engines, and hybrid systems easier with the new Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Search.


October 30, 2014

Reducing Petroleum, One Billion Gallons at a Time

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Learn how Clean Cities is reducing America's oil dependency a billion gallons at a time.


October 24, 2014