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Clean Cities

Drivers have a host of clean fuel options to select from in today's ever-changing alternative fuel market. The Clean Cities program managed by Pima Association of Governments, encourages the use of clean fuels -- biodiesel, ethanol (E85), compressed natural gas, propane, hybrid electric, fuel cell and hydrogen technologies -- in local fleets and other vehicles, and promotes the advancement of local refueling infrastructure for these vehicles.

In turn, these local efforts help to reduce the use of petroleum in fleets and other transportation uses to advance our nation's economic, environmental and energy security. PAG's Clean Cities program is a voluntary program of the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities program and works with local businesses and governments through its Tucson Regional Clean Cities Coalition of over 90 members to provide guidance on establishing a viable alternative fuels market.

 

 

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