Planners and other officials can gain a better understanding of clean transportation technologies and regional advancements in alternative fuels by watching this online training offered by the Center for Sustainable Energy in partnership with the Community Environmental Council, Plug-In America and Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition.
Learn about the importance of petroleum-reduction technologies related to current state policies and initiatives to reduce regional greenhouse gas emissions. The training covers the different properties and challenges of gaseous fuels and biofuels; hydrogen, electric and hybrid vehicles; and information on permitting and installing alternative-fuel infrastructure with an emphasis on safety and code standards.
-Cameron Gray, Energy Associate, Community Environmental Council
-Melissa Guise, C5 Coordinator, Central Coast Clean Cities Coalition (C5)
-Ben Ellenberger, Technology and Environmental Assessment Division Manager, Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District
-Kevin Wood, Clean Transportation Project Manager, Center for Sustainable Energy
-Candace Chu, Clean Transportation Project Associate, Center for Sustainable Energy