Updated: May 16
The Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition is establishing a Technical Advisory Committee and is seeking nominations for members. The purpose of the Committee is to guide the Coalition's strategic direction, support its activities, and facilitate its capacity for growth. Nominations are due May 31, 2023. For more information, visit Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities.
In addition to nominations for the DFWCC Technical Advisory Committe, DFWCC continues to seek sponsorship support as well. Monetary sponsorships provide resources needed for the DFWCC to respond to ever-changing regional needs and requests with regard to alternative fuels, infrastructure, and other transportation efficiency needs. Funds may be used to support workshops, trainings, develop educational materials, or provide non-federal matching funds on grant proposals. For additional information go to DFW Clean Cities Sponsorships.
2022 DFWCC Annual Fleet Survey - Surveys Due Now!
The Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC) Annual Fleet Survey is back! Through filling out DFWCC’s annual fleet survey, fleets are made eligible for Fleet Recognition and help reach our regional transportation energy reduction goal by beating last year's reduction of 24 million gasoline gallon equivalents. Additionally, through filling out the annual survey, fleets help get North Texas recognized on a national level! Don't forget to complete all tabs on the survey. If you would like your survey from last year sent to you for reference, let us know. Surveys are due now!
Reopened: Texas Commision on Environmental Quality's Rebate Grants Program
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is providing funding through the Rebate Grants Program for eligible applicants to repower or replace older on-road heavy duty diesel equipment and select non-road diesel equipment to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions in nonattainment areas and affected counties in Texas.
Eligible applicants include:
state and local governments
any other business entity