A US Department of Energy Program
DFW CLEAN CITIES
WHO WE ARE
The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Clean Cities Coalition works with local fleets to promote practices and decisions to reduce transportation energy use and improve air quality. DFW was one of the first regions to be designated as part of the DOE Clean Cities initiative in 1995. Each year, DFW Clean Cities stakeholders improve air quality and reduce over 20 million gasoline gallon equivalent by using alternative fuel vehicles, reducing idling, and saving fuel through other best practices
To improve North Texas air quality through initiatives and partnerships that reduce transportation emissions, improve efficiency, and strengthen the local economy.
CLEAN CITIES CELEBRATING 30 YEARS
ADVANCING CLEAN TRANSPORTATION
Happy 30th birthday to the Clean Cities Coalition Network! Join us in celebrating 30 years of boosting the country’s energy security, economic vitality, and quality of life by advancing affordable, efficient, and clean transportation fuels and technologies. Over 30 years, the network has built bipartisan support, deep connections within the transportation industry, and active partnerships with 20,000 public and private stakeholders. Thriving on a culture of collaborative change, coalitions harness decades of deployment expertise to continue moving our transportation systems into the future.
DFW CLEAN CITIES 25TH ANNIVERSARY VIDEO
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