San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition

 

CSE coordinates the San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition comprised of stakeholders in the public and private sectors focused on increasing the use of alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles. The goal is to displace eight billion gallons of petroleum in the transportation sector by 2020.

Through planning, education and outreach, CSE and its local partners promote alternative and renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy improvements, emerging technologies and transportation infrastructure supporting ethanol, natural gas, propane, hydrogen, biodiesel and electricity. The San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition is one of about 100 coalitions nationwide funded by the Department of Energy.

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Program at a Glance

Program Goals

Increase the use of alternative fuel and alternative fuel vehicles in the region

CSE's Role

Prime contract (coalition coordinator)

Technologies

Clean Transportation

Key Partners

SANDAG, SDG&E, City of San Diego, San Diego Miramar College, New Leaf Biofuel, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, Expo Propane, Cuyamaca College, UC San Diego, Clean Energy, Port of San Diego, Trillium USA

State Policies Supported

California Low Carbon Fuel Standard, AB 32, AB 2076 (Reducing California's Petroleum Dependence)

Impact Statement

Nationwide, displace 8 billion gallons of petroleum in the transportation sector by 2020